Things seemingly got tense between Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck while the two drove around Los Angeles Friday.
In photos obtained by Page Six, Affleck gestured in a very animated way while in the driver’s seat of his vehicle as a stoic Lopez listened.
At one point, the “Jenny From the Block” singer angrily looked ahead as the “Justice League” star spoke at her.
Another snap showed Lopez, 54, glaring at Affleck as the actor continued to speak.
Despite how the moment looks in photos, a source familiar with the couple tells Page Six exclusively Saturday that there was “nothing heated about their discussion.”
Reps for Lopez and Affleck did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
While it’s unclear what the two may have been discussing, we know that Affleck has recently been making headlines after sharing an intimate moment in his vehicle with ex-wife Jennifer Garner and one of their daughters.
As Page Six previously reported, the “Alias” alum, 51, was photographed earlier this month leaning in to hug the “Good Will Hunting” star, also 51, from the back seat of his car.
Their daughter Seraphina was sitting in the passenger seat beside her father. The former couple also share daughter Violet and son Samuel.
The exes have maintained an amicable co-parenting relationship since their separation in 2015.
Affleck moved on with Lopez, tying the knot in July 2022, while Garner has moved on with businessman John Miller.
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As for how the three navigate co-parenting and remaining friendly, a source told the Daily Mail Thursday that Affleck is a lot more “healthy” these days now that he’s with Lopez.
“The drama of the past and the emotions of divorce are long gone and they are all making it work,” the insider shared.
The insider also stated that Garner and Lopez — who shares twins Max and Emme with ex Marc Anthony — are “friendly” with each other and that their children “love each other.”
“It is really a very happy co-parenting situation,” the source added.
“Everything is really good right now and should be the same in the near and distant future.”