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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Go Sightseeing On Paris Honeymoon

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After their surprise Las Vegas wedding, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck headed to Paris with some of their children for a honeymoon slash work trip for J.Lo. On Saturday, they managed to enjoy some sightseeing and looked deliriously happy to be out in one of the most romantic cities in the world.

Photo credit: Pierre Suu - Getty Images
Photo credit: Pierre Suu - Getty Images

For the sunny and hot day, Lopez was wearing a Reformation dress in a pink floral print with a pair of high heeled brown sandals. Her leather handbag featuring bamboo handles matched the shade perfectly. She left her long honey-toned hair down and wore a pair of gold aviator sunglasses. Affleck was in a dark blue button-down over a white t-shirt and matching trousers.

The couple enjoyed lunch with their kids and then took a two-hour private tour of the river Seine, followed by a visit to the Picasso Museum. That night they rallied for more activities and left their hotel in more formal dinner wear, holding hands and making each other laugh.

Photo credit: Pierre Suu - Getty Images
Photo credit: Pierre Suu - Getty Images

Affleck was in a gray suit and leather shoes, wearing his button-down shirt without a tie, while Lopez wore a long floral print gown with bell sleeves that brushed the ground, carrying a small gold purse in one hand.

A source told People that the couple was “like two teens ... very loving, very attentive.”

They added, “There weren't a lot of people that time of the morning and they weren't distracted. It was just them.”

Another eyewitness went into some detail about the level of PDA on display as the couple sat on a park bench for two hours on Friday, kissing and cuddling each other.

“Whether it was holding hands, a caress, touching one another on the back ... they never let go of one another,” they said. “They were like two bees stuck in honey.”

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