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The honeymoon might be over, but J.Lo is still feeling the bridal vibes.
Jennifer Lopez posed for a sizzling hot photoshoot on Monday in Capri, Italy, rocking not one but two sexy swimwear looks following her European honeymoon with new husband Ben Affleck.
Though it’s unclear exactly what the shoot was for, Lopez looked amazing in a very bridal white one-piece bathing suit with a belt, lounging on a striped towel in the new pics.
The new Mrs. Affleck had plates of fruit at the ready and a refreshing drink at hand for the photoshoot, wearing stacks of gold bangles on her left wrist and rocking oversized shades.
In another photo, the “Marry Me” star relaxes on a blue sun lounger wearing a bright yellow, high-cut Norma Kamali swimsuit ($125) with a colorful headscarf and gold hoop earrings.
Her Italian swimwear look isn’t the first white one-piece we’ve seen her rock lately; the “Let’s Get Loud” singer sported a sheer white swimsuit also by Norma Kamali in a recent campaign for her new JLo Body by JLo line.
Affleck, 49, returned stateside for a work project last week, but his new bride is keeping the party going in the Mediterranean. The singer and actress traveled solo to Capri for a performance at last weekend’s LuisaViaRoma x Unicef Capri Gala before her photoshoot.
Lopez has worn a parade of standout looks during her European jaunt, from the sexy black evening dress in Paris to celebrate her 53rd birthday or the feather-trimmed outfit she wore for her gala performance on Saturday.
Next up for the “Let’s Get Loud” singer will be another wedding dress; after tying the knot in a tiny Las Vegas ceremony on July 17, the duo plan to do it all again in a big celebration at Affleck’s Georgia compound the the coming weeks.
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