Is Jennifer Lopez’s Big New Diamond Her Ring From 2002?

Jennifer Lopez sent social media into a frenzy on Thursday about the possibility that she and Ben Affleck might be engaged again as she was photographed shopping wearing a huge, very shiny stone on the ring finger of her left hand. Was being

Both tmz And page six Said the stone in the pictures looks like a diamond, and it’s on He Finger, then, can only mean one thing, right? daily Mail Added: “Perhaps the most interesting thing is that,” said 52-year-old Lopez while leaving the furniture store Tuesday with her 14-year-old daughter, Emme, trying to turn over the ring to hide the diamond.

The ring’s presence raises many questions about whether 49-year-old Affleck had raised questions, in particular: could this be the same ring Affleck gave to Lopez when they were first engaged in 2002?

It is difficult to tell the shape or color of the stone from the pictures. Of the five engagement rings that have been given to Lopez by her previous partners, including rings from ex-husband Marc Anthony and ex-fiancé Alex Rodriguez, her 2002 engagement ring from Affleck became famous because it featured a huge pink diamond. which was very rare. at that time.

Actress/singer Jennifer Lopez shows fans her engagement ring as she arrives at the premiere of “Daredevil” at the Village Theater on February 9, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The diamond was Harry Winston’s 6.1-carat, radiant-cut, blush-colored stone, according to adventure, a website that covers jewelery news. The ring also had two trapezoidal white diamond stones set on the edge of the pink stone. Affleck reportedly paid $2.5 million for it in 2002.

If the “Argo” director wants to ask questions in 2022, he might not need to go ring shopping again.

A report in the mid-2000s quoted a Harry Winston spokesman as saying that the New York jeweler “recovered” the pink-diamond ring after Lopez and Affleck called off their engagement in 2004. But Lopez’s former publicist, Robert Shutter, pointed out. The singer and actor held the ring in “Access Daily” last May, Reported page six.

“As far as I know, Jane has never returned the ring,” Shutter told “Access Daily.” “So if things go ahead with these two, gosh, she’s already got the most beautiful ring I’ve seen. It’s absolutely amazing.”

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez sit together during the semifinals of the NBA Western Conference between the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs on May 11, 2003 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

However, it should be noted that if Lopez put it, this is contrary to Emily Post Institute etiquette guidelines, told, When an engaged couple breaks up, the polite thing to do is to return a ring, regardless of who annulled the engagement. The engagement ring symbolizes the promise of marriage. “When the engagement is over, the ring goes back,” the institute said.

Perhaps, Lopez and Affleck felt deeply that they would find each other again. Which is why Lopez, who is currently starring in the rom-com “Marry Me,” kept the ring, or she let it. In this way, it can be romantic and practical too, if they recycled the ring from their first attempt to love forever.

Lopez and Affleck were initially scheduled to tie the knot in September 2003, but postponed their marriage, citing excessive media interest in their high-flying romance. The “Gigly” co-stars eventually broke off their engagement and broke up in 2004. Each married someone else, started a family, then got divorced. They both went on dates or got engaged to more people, before rekindling their romance last spring.

An engagement makes sense at this point, given that they are in escrow for a $50 million property in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles. With 10 bedrooms and 20,000 square feet, the mansion has space for them to build a home for a blended family of five children.

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