Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have two children each from previous marriages, and recently, the singer, 50, confirmed that she is ready to be a mother again with fiancée Alex Rodriguez.
The retired baseball player has daughters Natasha, 14, and Ella, 11, with his ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis while the Selena star has Maximilian David Muñiz and Emme Maribel Muñiz, 11-year-old twins, with ex-husband Marc Anthony.
The If You Had My Love singer then enthused about her soon-to-be husband and how much she thanks God for bringing them together. They both are "so similar," and both inspire each other to "raise [their] games as people" for the betterment of their family.
Jennifer said, "I honestly think that God brought us together because we're so similar, but we both make each other raise our games as people. He's been very successful on his own, and I've had my success as well.”
She further mused that they do not need each other to be successful. But they need each other to help them to keep evolving and create a healthy family, where they can teach their kids "how to give them something that maybe we didn't have.”
Alex had earlier spoken about how easily their kids have welcomed each other as siblings, blushing, "We couldn’t have asked for anything better than the four of them getting along as they do." Lopez has also said that their kids are “so beautiful” and they are ready to love and make new friends.
With their busy schedule, they haven’t yet managed to find time for wedding planning. But J-Lo sings her fiancé's praises, and they want their special day to be perfect in every sense. In an interview with Power 105.1 FM's The Breakfast Club back in April, Lopez talked about Rodriguez. "We love each other, we do." She believes Alex brings “consistency” in her and her kids’ life – he instills her with a feeling she has never experienced before. His consistent presence makes them feel secure and loved.
When asked about their wedding plans, Rodriguez shared one clue for us – “one wedding clue.” He said, “It's gonna be a long flight. When you think about wedding plans and Jennifer is your partner, all you do is - you do a lot of nodding. I don't know where the location is, I don't know what I'm wearing, I don't know when it is. I'll just show up. The more [guests] the merrier. I would say exes are invited to the wedding. All-inclusive."