"Yes, we're married," Lopez tells People magazine, on newsstands Friday. "I mean, come on, everyone knows. It's not a secret."
It was the first public acknowledgment of her union with the salsa singer — an unusually long delay considering the ceremony was last June at her Beverly Hills, Calif., home.
The couple performed a duet, though, at the Feb. 13 Grammy Awards show. Lopez says during the performance she was ailing from swollen glands and a sore throat, which caused her to cancel a London trip the following week to promote the British release of her film "Shall We Dance?"
Though the trip cancellation prompted some speculation of pregnancy, Lopez says she's "not on a timetable" to have a baby — though she hopes to become a mother someday.
Now, the 34-year-old says, she's entered "phase two": a less public, a "little bit suburban" life with Anthony — and a far cry from her "Bennifer" days with former fiance Ben Affleck. But Lopez counts the high-profile romance as a learning experience.
"I take responsibility for the fact that I didn't make adjustments," she says. "Now I'm a little more careful. I travel in a certain way. I leave at a certain time. I learned."
Lopez's new album, "Rebirth," will be released March 1.