The couple was in the process of hiring a ‘belly substitute’ for having a baby when you introduced the pandemic.
The pandemic of the new coronavirus not only forced Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez to postpone your wedding in Italy, but also forced them to postpone their plans of having a child together.
According to the National Enquirer, the couple was in the process of hiring a ‘belly substitute’ for having a baby or twins together when the outbreak of the COVID-19 came to the united States.
A source of the publication argues that J-Lo and A-Rod postponed their plans up to 2021, as they do not want to put anything at risk while the world tries to control the spread of the respiratory virus.
The couple already have children from previous relationships. Jennifer is the mother of twins Max and Emme, 12, from her marriage to Marc Anthony, and Rodriguez, has She, 12, and Natasha, 15, with his ex, Cynthia Scurtis.