Ray J & Princess Love Enjoy 1st Dinner with Their Whole Family since Being in COVID-19 Bubble
Ray J and his wife Princess Love dressed up to head out for some much-awaited family time with their kids, Melody Love and Epik Ray Norwood. They look so happy!
Princess Love and Ray J finally got out of their quarantine bubble to enjoy a cozy dinner date with their adorable children, daughter, Melody Love, and son, Epik Ray.
Ray J took to Instagram to share a video of the fun time they had together. The family booked a table at a restaurant after a long time. The foursome surely looked happy!
Ray J donned a basic white tee with his printed mask pulled down to the chin. Love looked ravishing in a black dress with a plunging neckline that allowed her to flaunt what her mama gave her.
While Melody rocked a printed outfit, Epik Ray went twinning with his dad in a basic tee. Epik was busy playing with his spoon, and Melody was glued to her iPad.
Ray J and Love clinked glasses for love and togetherness. Fans were pretty hyped to see them together and excitedly took to the comments section to show their love and support.
Although unsure about what the future holds, the rapper suggested things are pretty much stable for now.
"I'm glad they back together," one of them wrote. "Sweet. I'm happy for you, Ray," another fan said. "I love to see this @rayj @princesslove work it out you guys are such a beautiful couple," a third fan chimed in.
Earlier this month, Ray J opened up to E Online about where his relationship with Love stands. The duo made headlines last year as they tried to figure out whether to end things or stay together.
Despite the mess, Ray J and Love are in a good place now. In the E Online interview, the rapper credited their children for being the glue that binds him with Love.
"I think Miami brings a different vibe to who you are and what opportunities are out there for the family and just watching the kids learn new things and grow up."
Ray J and Love love and care for each other. Although unsure about what the future holds, the rapper suggested things are pretty much stable for now.