Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have tied the knot again, weeks after their surprise wedding ceremony in Las Vegas.

The couple had a second wedding ceremony at Ben’s £6.7 million home in Savannah, Georgia in front of a group of family and A-list friends.

Jennifer, 53, and Ben, 50, rekindled their relationship two decades after they were first together and originally engaged to be married, first meeting on the set of romantic comedy Gigli.

The couple got engaged in 2002 but broke things off two years later. Now, over twenty years later since the engagement, the couple have finally got to say their ‘I Dos’ in front of a group of their loved ones.

The pair’s children were in attendance at the wedding, with Ben’s three kids from his marriage to Jennifer Garner; Violet, 16, Seraphina, 13, and Sam, 11, present.

Jennifer’s twins, Emme and Max, 14, that she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony, were also there.

Celebrity guests were seen wearing all white attire at the event, with guests said to be tucking into pork chops and mac and cheese as part of the wedding menu, according to the Mirror.

The guest list was thought to include A-Listers such as Matt Damon, George Clooney, Jane Fonda, Renée Zellweger and Jimmy Kimmel.

Ben’s ex-wife Jennifer Garner was reportedly absent from the nuptials, along with his brother Casey, who allegedly had parental commitments in LA.

Jennifer – who originally wore two dresses for her first wedding to Ben in Las Vegas – reportedly wore a custom gown by Ralph Lauren, with the esteemed designer flying in especially for the occasion.

The bride wore an extravagant gown with a long train while the groom looked smart in black trousers and a white tux jacket.

Aerial shots of the wedding show guests mingling outside Ben's mansion, with wedding tables set up at a river side location.

White buses were seen ferrying the guests to and from the location, while the evening reportedly concluded with an extravagant fireworks display to celebrate the happy couple, according to TMZ.

A piano was also seen being set up at the venue, suggesting the guests were treated to live music, and the couple had an actual wedding bell delivered to the house for the big day, according to photos obtained by MailOnline.

The Georgia property has a special significance to the couple as the sprawling 87 acre venue was where they were originally due to tie the knot 20 years ago, when they were first engaged.

Everything had been in place for the big day, but ultimately the couple had decided to call it quits without ever making it down the aisle.

Six months later J Lo wed singer Marc Anthony and Ben married actress Jennifer Garner in 2005, but both marriages later broke down.

After JLo’s four-year relationship with baseball star Alex Rodriguez fell apart in April last year, she found solace with Ben – shocking the world when it was revealed that the couple had found love again with each other almost twenty years after they were first together.

They reconciled in April last year and married in Las Vegas on 16 July, before jetting off to Paris together for their honeymoon.

J Lo previously shared an insight into the first big day in Vegas with fans via her newsletter.

The singer wrote: “So with the best witnesses you could ever imagine, a dress from an old movie and a jacket from Ben's closet, we read our own vows in the little chapel and gave one another the rings we'll wear for the rest of our lives.”

The first dress was a simple sleeveless gown, with the star explaining on Instagram: “I've had this dress for so many years and I was just saving and saving and saving it, and now I'm wearing it on my wedding day.”

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