It's only been a few months since the world learned that Ben Affleck and Lindsay Shookus are dating, but it's possible the couple has been together much longer than that.
In fact, it's widely believed that Ben and Lindsay started hooking up while they were both still married to other people.
You'd think the experience would leave them both a little cynical about the concept of marriage, but apparently Ben and Lindsay can't wait to do it all again.
According to the latest issue of In Touch, Affleck and Shookus are already planning a wedding.
In fact, the tabloid claims, they'd be further along in the process were it not for the fact that while they're both legally separated, they're still technically married to their first spouses.
But while Ben and Lindsay may not be able to tie the knot just yet, it seems they're enjoying the process of planning a wedding together.
“Ben knows Lindsay’s the one," a source tells In Touch.
"They plan to tie the knot as soon as their divorces are finalized.”
Understandably, Ben and Lindsay's former significant others aren't quite as thrilled about the idea.
Noting that Garner “isn’t in any hurry to help Ben move on with his life," the insider stated that both divorces are expected to take awhile," in part due to the fact that both Garner and Lindsay's ex, Kevin Miller, are
“Ben hasn’t told Jen about wanting to marry Lindsay… as she’d likely freak out and tell him it’s too soon,” says the source.
Considering there are three kids and tens of millions in assets involved, Ben and Jen's divorce was always going to be a messy, protracted affair.
And we're guessing reports about Ben's eagerness to re-marry aren't inspiring Jen to speed things along.
Regardless, Affleck and Shookus are reportedly deep into the planning process.
“They both agree that it would be a very small affair," the informant claims.
"They don’t want a church wedding, just an intimate gathering, a few friends.”
The source helpfully adds:
“They both think that their second marriage will be the one that lasts."
Uh ... we're guessing they felt that way about their first marriages, too.
At least we hope they did.