JLo and ARod pack on the PDA as they hit the beach in Malibu after checking out $70K-a-month mansion nearby – The Sun
JENNIFER Lopez and Alex Rodriguez packed on the PDA as they hit the beach in Malibu on Father's Day.
The singer and her fiancé were joined by their kids as they walked arm in arm across the sand, and at one point JLo even leaned in for a kiss.
Jennifer, 50, wore a floral white dress for the outing while A-Rod, 44, sported a grey 'DAD LIFE' t-shirt with sweatpants.
The star later posted a touching tribute to her partner with a video montage posted on Instagram.
The snaps and clips show Alex with Jennifer's twins Maximilian and Emme, both 12, and his own daughters Natasha, 15, and Ella, 12.
She wrote: "Having you in all of our lives is such a blessing. Watching you with all our babies makes my soul sing.
"Happy Father’s Day macho bello!!! We love you so so much."
The couple – who have been forced to delay their wedding because of coronavirus – are reportedly seeking a luxury symmer home after quaranting in Miami.
Jennifer and Alex were spotted touring a $70,000 a month beachfront Malibu mansion with three bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The mansion boasted three separate balconies offering ocean views and blue-tinted glass.
The two have been "looking for a summer house to rent in the area," the Daily Mail reported.
A stunning summer home might be a good distraction for the Hollywood couple as they cope with how to move forward with their wedding plans.
Back in May, the singer revealed she was "heartbroken" after having to postpone her wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic.
She told Hoda Kotb, who is also planning on getting married: "Nobody knows, there's no planning right now.
"You just have to wait and see how this all plays out and it's disappointing on one level.
"After the Super Bowl and after we finished filming World of Dance, I planned to take time off, which is what we're doing right now, kinda.
"But at the same time, we had a lot of plans for this summer and this year but everything kinda on hold right now."
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