Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez wedding: the star’s mother rushed to hospital

Ben Affleck’s mother was rushed to hospital overnight after falling from scaffolding at the actor’s Georgia home, where he and Jennifer Lopez plan to marry for the second time this weekend. Daily mail reported.

Photos show an ambulance leaving the star’s property with his mother, who was taken to St. Joseph Candler Children’s Hospital in Savannah, according to the report.

A source told Daily mail that his mother, Christopher Anne Boldt, fell and cut her leg. The outlet originally reported that it was a child who had been injured.

The outlet got pictures of Lopez and Affleck in the hospital with his mother.

Lopez was caught wearing a purple gingham sundress and a Dior bag, while Affleck was photographed smoking and wearing a purple T-shirt and an upside-down cap.

Representatives for Lopez and Affleck did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

The Hustlers star, 53, and Affleck, 50, arrived in Georgia earlier this week ahead of their wedding. The couple were photographed with their children shopping in Savannah ahead of the big day. The Deep water actor’s brother, Casey Affleck, was also spotted arriving in town and, of course, stopping at Dunkin’ Donuts for a fresh brew to energize for the weekend’s festivities.

As previously reported by Page Six, the couple’s ceremony will be led by celebrity coach Jay Shetty. Like many stars, Lopez has appeared on his On purpose podcast, and she invited him to lead four weddings she orchestrated as part of a PR stunt for her latest film, Marry me, in February.

While preparations were already underway at the house on Friday, Page Six has learned that Lopez is expected to walk down the aisle in a custom Ralph Lauren dress.

She already wore two dresses — a simple Alexander McQueen style she’d kept “for so many years” and an elaborate lace wedding gown by Zuhair Murad — for their surprise wedding in Las Vegas in July.

This story originally appeared on page six and has been republished here with permission.

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