Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are finally married after dating for a few months after Jen dumped Alex Rodriguez. They got married just like normal people, and now the minister, Ryan Wolfe, who officiated their wedding is here to let us know Ben’s reaction as his bride walked down the aisle.
According to Page Six;
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez’s Las Vegas wedding at the A Little White Chapel was full of “laughs, smiles and tears,” according to the minister who wed them.
Ryan Wolfe exclusively told Page Six in a new interview that Affleck, 49, “gasped” as Lopez, 52, strut down the aisle – “like only Jennifer Lopez can” – to “Here Comes the Bride.”
“He watched her walk down the aisle and you could just tell he was like, ‘Wow, woah,’” Wolfe shared. “He let out a little gasp. You could tell he was definitely just in the moment.”
Wolfe – who “truly believes” Affleck and Lopez are “soulmates” – added that he could “absolutely tell their love is real” and genuine based on how they acted around each other during the intimate ceremony.
Recalling how it all started, Wolfe told Page Six that it seemed like a normal Saturday night at his job. Then, all of a sudden, the A-list couple pulled up to the venue in a black SUV around 9 p.m asking the lead pastor of the Grace Christian Center and his coordinator, Kenosha Portis, if they “had time for one more” wedding.
“Jennifer had a white dress on. She looked beautiful and stunning, as always. And Ben was looking nice and smooth, as he always does,” Wolfe said, adding that the actor kept things casual arriving in “jeans and a white T-shirt”
Wolfe told us he made small talk with Affleck while directing him to the men’s bathroom to change as the “Argo” actor insisted he “didn’t need anything fancy.” While Affleck was quick to slip into his tux, his leading lady took a bit longer changing out of her vintage white dress and into a Zuhair Murad gown.
“They came back in through the doors and they just have a presence about them. You know they are somebody,” Wolfe said of the moment the stars entered the chapel.
The pair insisted they wanted “nothing fancy,” and only requested that they say their own vows and to add “a little bit of God” to the ceremony.
“Their vows were beautiful, they were special. And I know they were very important to them. You could tell it was something between them that they wanted to share with each other,” the pastor said. “It was a really special, emotional ceremony and moment that they shared. And their kids were absolutely into it.”
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