Security at Ben Affleck’s plantation-style Georgia estate ahead of his second wedding to Jennifer Lopez has tightened as the actor received a permit that considers the estate a no-fly zone for the entire celebration, reports The Chron.
The permit applies to all areas within a radius of three kilometers from the house.
Additional security measures include a police car parked at the entrance to the property, with security guards handing out bracelets to guests who have been confirmed to be on the couple’s “Master Production” list.
The river behind the property is also patrolled by security boats, and large security gates were installed weeks ago at the end of the four-mile road down to Affleck’s estate.
Affleck secured the permit after photographers had already snapped several money shots of the property.
The “Selena” star, 53, and Affleck, 50, arrived in Georgia earlier this week ahead of their wedding. The couple was photographed with their children shopping in Savannah before the big day. The ‘Deep Water’ actor’s brother, Casey Affleck, was also spotted arriving in town and stopping for a fresh brew at Dunkin’.
Other confirmed guests include Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel and Drea de Matteo.
However, on Friday night, Ben’s mother was taken to hospital after falling off a dock at the property.
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Lopez and Affleck first tied the knot during a ceremony in Las Vegas last month, when the singer used her newsletter On The JLo to gush about her Sin City wedding.
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“Last night we flew into Vegas, queued for a license with four other couples and all made the same trip to the wedding capital of the world,” she shared with her subscribed fans.