Jennifer Lopez isn’t saying no to more kids! It turns out the mom-of-two is open to having children with her soon-to-be husband Alex Rodriguez.
Both celebrities already have two children from previous relationships. J-Lo has twins Max and Emme, 11, who she shares with her ex-husband Marc Anthony. The long-time friends were married from 2004 to 2014 and remain close to this day.
Alex, on the other hand, has daughters Natasha, 14, and Ella, 11, from his marriage to Cynthia Scurtis, which lasted from 2002 to 2008.
During an interview with Hoda Kotb on Sirius XM, Alex was asked if his fiancée would like more children in the future, to which he said, “Yeah.” When asked how he’d feel about another child, the former pro athlete responded by saying, “That’s a lot of unpack.”
Alex added that Jennifer has been inspired by Hoda, who had her first child at the age of 52. She and her partner Joel Schiffman adopted now-2-year old daughter Hayley Joy in 2017. They also welcomed a second girl this April, named Hope Catherine. “I see how happy you are, and I think she may want to follow in your footsteps,” he explained, hinting his soon-to-be wife is interested in adoption, also. “Maybe we’ll have you over to give us a little teaching, a little tutoring.”
For now, Jennifer is keeping busy planning her marriage to the former New York Yankees player. She recently told Entertainment Tonight that her 11-year old son is “of course” walking her down the aisle. However, the venue is to be determined, as the couple hasn’t finalized a location as of yet. “We’re talking about it, but we don’t have any firm plans. We’re talking about a lot of places but I don’t know yet,” J-Lo said, adding it could be a destination wedding.
A source previously told People that all of Alex and Jen’s children will be involved in their wedding plans. “For them both, they are still all about their family with the four kids. Their initial strong attraction for each other would have quickly faded if they had not been able to come together as a family,” they explained.