• Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez's wedding is not happening soon 
  • The pair is looking at other dates to hold the event 
  • They got engaged in March 2019

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the nation with fear, a lot of special events have been canceled, including Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez’s summer wedding that is highly awaited.

The couple were forced to cancel their nuptials in Italy, and it was a hard decision for them to make, an E! News source claimed. The insider added that guests have also been informed of the changes in plan.

“They have been struggling for weeks over this decision, but with no return to normalcy in the near future, the couple felt postponing the wedding was the safest and smartest choice,” the source shared.

The singer and retired baseball player, however, still want to tie the knot in the scenic European country and wish they could push through to “have the wedding of their dreams” when the time comes. Although Lopez and Rodriguez have considered new dates, it wouldn’t be happening anytime soon.

In March, the 50-year-old revealed to Oprah Winfrey that she wasn’t rushing to get married, InStyle reported. After Rodriguez popped the question in 2019, the hitmaker immediately thought that she only had three months to prepare for a wedding.

However, Lopez realized that this thinking was what gained her three ex-husbands in the first place. She was previously married to Ojani Noa for less than a year, according to Us Weekly, and because it was shortlived, she doesn’t usually count it.

Then, the “Selena” star was briefly married to Cris Judd, whom she met on the set of the music video of “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.” In 2004, Jennifer exchanged “I do’s” with Marc Anthony, and although their romance was blessed with two kids, they eventually called it quits.

Meanwhile, Rodriguez and Lopez first sparked romance rumors in 2017. Fast forward to two years later, he got down on one knee with an engagement sparkler – a ring that has an emerald cut gem that was said to be around 10 carats at the very least and is worth between $1 and $5 million, Town and Country reported.