Jennifer Lopez is currently enjoying a weekend in Miami with her fiancé Alex Rodriguez and two of their children. The 51-year-old looked effortlessly chic in a black strapless romper as she and some of their blended brood stepped out for lunch at Greenstreet on Saturday. A doting matriarch, she was seen holding hands with Alex’s daughter Natasha, 16, and her daughter Emme, 12, as Alex followed behind.
Jennifer Lopez, accompanied by her fiancé Alex Rodriguez and two of their children, looked chic in a black strapless romper during a family outing in Miami. She paired the jumpsuit with simple black Chanel loafers and a crocodile Birkin bag with gold hardware. Her caramel locks were clipped back in a loose bun, and she sported face-framing layers and oversized sunglasses. Lopez was seen with her arm wrapped around daughter Natasha, who wore a preppy pink and white plaid skirt and white blouse with a pink sweater vest. She flashed her massive diamond ring as she linked arms with daughter Emme, who wore a white blouse and pink sweater with a pink and white polka dot skirt.
Lopez and Rodriguez’s 16-year-old daughter shared a warm moment, clasping hands while linking arms with her sister Emmie.
Women who lunch: The restaurant hosted both ladies in close proximity as they savored a weekend with their loved ones.
Relaxing: Lopez had a busy few weeks as she spent time in DC after performing at the inauguration of President Joe Biden and had a photoshoot in Los Angeles earlier this week. The family wore face masks as they enjoyed the warmer temperatures in the Coconut Grove area.
Rodriguez seemed to be tending to some business as he strolled far behind the ladies in an all-white ensemble. He is currently dealing with a lawsuit after his ex-wife Cynthia Curtis’ brother Constantine Scurtis sued him for $50 million, claiming he was owed money in backpay from a real estate partnership they formed back in 2003.
The duo created a $1 billion property empire after buying up a host of apartment buildings and subsequently establishing 46 LLCs, with Rodriguez allegedly removing Scurtis’ name from some of the companies and barring him from receiving profits after the divorce in 2008.
Rodriguez countersued alleging that Scurtis took over a million dollars out of the partnership without authorization, but a Miami judge recently ruled that “punitive damages can be added to the complaint,” meaning A-Rod may end up having to provide financial compensation.
Amidst the winter snow, A-Rod appeared eager to let his ladies engage in some girl talk while he tended to some business on his phone, all dressed in an all-white outfit.
JLo and ARod each brought one daughter out for lunch while their son Max, 12, and his daughter Ella, 12, were not present for the outing. Scurtis, Ella’s co-parent, was also not present in addition to Lopez’s son Max, 12, who she also shares with ex Marc Anthony. Recently back from a work trip after attending a photoshoot in Los Angeles on Friday, JLo looked at ease to reconnect after a busy work week. It was a bustling month for the JLo Beauty founder, she and Rodriguez were in Washington DC as she performed at the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on January 20. The former baseball player gushed over her performance as he wrote, “I can’t express how proud I am of her and how privileged I felt just to be in attendance,” while sharing a photo on their private jet.
Is there a wedding in the future? The three-year power couple had to postpone their wedding twice, with Lopez telling Cohen in a radio interview, “At our age, we’ve both been married before, it’s like, do we get married? Do we not?” Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the pair had to postpone their wedding in Italy, causing them to reconsider their future plans. “There’s definitely no rush though,” she told Cohen, echoing her sentiments in a mid-January interview with Elle, where she spoke about the disappointment of calling off a wedding twice. “We had planned what we really, really wanted to do, but I don’t know if we’ll be able to recreate that…We want to do it right when we can do it.” Despite the semantics of a legal union, the pair are undoubtedly committed to each other, as Rodriguez shared a family photo on Friday of him and his girls jumping on a trampoline.
Putting family first was a top priority for Lopez, even though her wedding had to be postponed twice and there were rumors in December that she and Cohen were considering marriage. In mid-January, she told Elle magazine, “We wanted to do it right when we can do it.”