J.Lo, A-Rod and kids have pool party


The 47-year-old singer-turned-actress recently took to Instagram to share a video of herself before the "All I Have" Las Vegas show, flaunting her glowing, hydrated, radiating skin and all we have to say is wow.

Her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, 41, also beamed while neck deep in the pool flanked by his daughters. Another photo showed the couple's kids- Emme Anthony, 9, Max Anthony, 9, Ella Rodriguez, 9, and Natasha Rodriguez, 12-playing in the pool. The former former professional baseball player, meanwhile, smiles from ear-to-ear in the photo seemingly taken by J.Lo's Cuban artist pal Ana Carballosa.

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'Happy Sunday everybody! #sundayfunday, ' Jennifer wrote in the caption for her more than 66 million followers on Instagram.

The two went public in February after J.Lo broke up with backup dancer Casper Smart. In the Network she released a video where he depicted himself without the usual makeup and styling. Lopez was promoting her reality TV competition show "World of Dance" and filming scenes for her cop drama "Shades of Blue".

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The A-list couple, who have been dating since March, came together thanks to J.Lo's courage to approach A-Rod after running into each other at a restaurant.

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