Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have been making headlines since their private wedding ceremony last month. The couple recently celebrated their dream wedding. Now that the celebrations are over, it appears Ben Affleck needs a much-needed break.

Ben Affleck needs a nap and that much is obvious from these photos of him on the road in Georgia. TMZ grabbed a few snaps of the veteran actor where Ben looks absolutely drained post-wedding weekend.

The actor was photographed Sunday night being driven to a private airport, with a police escort in town that had the entryway to the facility blocked off to try and keep fans and photogs away. In the images obtained by the outlet, Ben looked exhausted while leaning over to his right side with his eyes partially closed.

Sources shared with TMZ that bride Jennifer Lopez, was also in the SUV, but you can’t see her in the images. The newly-wed couple were reportedly re on their way to a private jet to get them out of Savannah, where they’ve been for the past several days celebrating his and J Lo’s second nuptials.

Some famous faces flew in for the celebrations at Affleck’s estate. The guest list included his bestie, Matt Damon but there were some notable absences as well including his brother, Casey, and his ex-wife Jennifer Garner. Meanwhile, you can check out the snaps below. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

Do you think Ben will finally be happy now that he’s married to JLo? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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