Bethenny Frankel is 'WORRIED' for Ben Affleck’s mental health after marriage with Jennifer Lopez

Frankel reportedly said that Affleck likes to stay out of the spotlight at most times, and being JLo's husband could make him feel overwhelmed

Bethenny Frankel is 'WORRIED' for Ben Affleck’s mental health after marriage with Jennifer Lopez
Bethenny Frankel (L) said that being married to Jennifer Lopez (R) could be overwhelming for Ben Affleck (Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images and Momodu Mansaray/Getty Images)
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After making their admirers wait for 20 years, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck officially turned husband and wife when they tied the knot on July 16, 2022. Now, Bethenny Frankel has revealed that she has been "worried" about Affleck's mental health since he married JLo, accordign to reports

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In a new episode of her 'Just B with Bethenny Frankel' podcast, 'The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills alum said, "They're in love. They're the ones that got away. They're back together." She added, "Also, compound that with one member of the relationship being an addict."

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"And being an addict has its challenges for the person and for the person in a relationship with the addict," Bravolebrity stated. "I call it activation. I've been surrounded by addicts for most of my life. Stress is not great for an addict."

Frankel further pointed out that Affleck has always been vocal about this professional life but when it comes to his personal life, he loves to stay closed and out of the spotlight at most times, and being JLo's husband could make him feel overwhelmed.

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The reality star further noted that Affleck still likes to stay under the radar for the most part aside from an occasional red-carpet appearance. "He's running on Dunkin' [Donuts] and he'll smoke a cigarette and he's living his Boston life," she continued, adding, "So now he's with this mega-famous person and it's a lot."

In past we have seen, the 'Justice League' actor candidly talking about his smoking addiction. The actor went to rehab multiple times for alcohol addiction, in 2001, 2017, and 2018.

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Affleck even honestly talked about his alcoholism and his marriage with Lopez in an interview with The New York Times, “Relapse is embarrassing, obviously," he told the outlet. "I wish it didn't happen. I wish it wasn't on the internet for my kids to see. It took me a long time to fundamentally, deeply, without a hint of doubt, admit to myself that I am an alcoholic," the actor said.

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Affleck and Lopez's wedding announcement of came as a happy surprise to many. The dreamy love story shared between JLo, 52, and Affleck, 49 covers a roller-coaster journey to the altar that started two decades ago. Announcing their wedding, JLo wrote an emotional letter to her fans in which she mentioned that she and Affleck had tied the knot in an intimate Las Vegas ceremony on Saturday, July 16, 2022.

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"We did it. Love is beautiful. Love is kind. And it turns out love is patient. Twenty years patient," Lopez wrote in her newsletter. "Exactly what we wanted. Last night we flew to Vegas, and stood in line for a license with four other couples, all making the same journey to the wedding capital of the world," she added.

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