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August 17, 2019

Jennifer Lopez's Fiancé Alex Rodriguez Shares a Family Photo after a Costly Car Burglary

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Family trumps material possessions. This was JLo’s fiancé’s message on social media after he suffered a car burglary that cost him about $500,000 worth of items.

Jennifer Lopez’s fiancé, Alex Rodriguez took to Instagram to celebrate what’s important after his car got burglarized, and items worth $500,000 got taken from it.

“This is what matters most, #Familyfirst!”

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FAMILY IS MORE VALUABLE

In the post, Rodriguez shared a photo of himself, JLo, his daughters, Natasha and Ella, and the singer’s children, twins, Emme and Maximilian.

The family-of-six had their arms around each other in the black and white snap, and they looked happy and blended. In the accompanying caption, the baseball player turned sports broadcaster, wrote,

“This is what matters most, #Familyfirst,” with a heart-shaped emoji at the end.

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His beautiful fiancée responded to the post in the comment section with the words, “One of my favourites,” and three heart-shaped and a fire emoji.

ALL ABOUT FAMILY

It’s not surprising that Rodriguez chose to focus on what’s most important in his life after what he went through in San Francisco. The former baseball player and JLo have always been all about family, and their social media showcases its value in their lives.

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Before the two got engaged, they made it clear in several interviews that their children had to connect with them and each other if their relationship stood a chance. Thankfully, it happened with ease, and now, the children are “best friends.”

The sportsman and “World of Dance” judge have successfully created a perfectly blended family that is an example to many.

The two ensure that no matter where they are, family comes first, and unfortunate incidents like the burglary help to put it in better perspective.

The burglary happened while Rodriguez was at dinner after working on the Phillies-Giant game. The burglarized car was a rental utility vehicle given to him by ESPN to use while in San Francisco on Sunday.

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Based on the police report, the stolen items include a laptop, a camera, a camera stand, jewelry, electrical equipment, and bags. ESPN told CNN it was “an unfortunate situation,” and local authorities were looking into it.

Thankfully, Rodriguez was not close by when it happened, and he got to go home to his family and live to tell about it.

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