Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez May Not Get Married, Just like Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell
After holding off on their marriage plans twice this year due to the COVID-19, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez might not be getting married anymore after thinking of adopting Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's approach.
Jennifer Lopez's wedding to Alex Rodriguez was billed as one of the biggest events of this year, but the power couple had to hit pause on their wedding plans twice this year because of the new coronavirus pandemic.
Following months of thinking, Lopez revealed that she and Rodriguez have considered abandoning their marriage plans and have thought about adopting Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's approach.
Speaking to Andy Cohen on SiriusXM show "Radio Andy," the 51-year-old singer revealed that the couple considered whether they needed to get married at all.
Lopez and Rodriguez drew their inspiration from Hollywood stars Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell who have been together for almost four decades and have not gotten married.
The singer and entrepreneur said that she and Rodriguez considered the fact that they have both been married before and are weighing the importance of making such a decision again.
Lopez did not close the door of any future wedding plans between her and the former baseball player and said that they are in no rush to hold a wedding ceremony.
Whether they tie the knot or not, Lopez and Rodriguez are keen on staying as a family for as long as possible.
Lopez and Rodriguez had planned a grand wedding in Italy only to be interrupted by the hurdles of the pandemic. The "Hustlers" actress said she felt sad about how things turned out.
Postponing the wedding gave the couple time to reflect on their future and decide on what they want and need at this point in their lives. They have also been spending time together co-parenting their children during the lockdown.
Lopez, who is reportedly working from home, said she enjoys the family time and bonding the lockdown had afforded them. Rodriguez also revealed that the family has been keeping busy with games like chess, monopoly, and a family softball game.
The 51-year-old singer is a mom to her 12-year-old twins, Max and Emme, while her athlete lover, Rogriguez, shares his daughters, Natasha, 16, and Ella, 12, from a previous relationship.
Whether they tie the knot or not, Lopez and Rodriguez are keen on staying as a family for as long as possible, hoping to follow in the steps of actress Hawn and her partner, Russell.
Speaking on why they have not considered marriage in their many years together, Hawn and Russell reportedly said that their previously failed marriages made them decide not to officially tie the knot.
The couple whose relationship began in 1983 said their children are okay with their present arrangement and they would only consider walking down the aisles if their kids decide so.
Although JLo's fans would be disappointed that they would not be seeing their favorite celebrity tying the knot anytime soon, they would sure be looking out for her other projects.