KEY POINTS

  • Jennifer Lopez shared a picture of her cuddling Alex Rodriguez

  • Rodriguez also shared a sweet photo of him and his partner

  • The baseball player and the singer were supposed to get married in 2020

Jennifer Lopez shard a picture of her cuddling with her partner Alex Rodriguez on Instagram recently, and the post came with an important message. The singer and actress pointed out how it is important to hold loved ones close at a time like this when everyone is facing an unprecedented challenge of the coronavirus.

Lopez shared a picture that shows Rodriguez sitting in a chair and reading a newspaper while she hugs him from behind. The headlines of the paper talks about the job losses in the U.S.  

“When the headlines look like this, it’s so important to hug the ones you love a little tighter and tell them how much you love them,” Lopez wrote in her post.

The actress also counted the blessings in her life and said that she is grateful for everything that she has. She also pointed out that life is precious.

The lockdown has forced many people to practice social distancing and stay at home as much as possible. Rodriguez shared a black and white picture of him lying down on the coach next to Lopez and he wrote that the benefit of spending so much time at home is to be able to be with the family.

Rodriguez pointed out that people sometimes get so busy with their own lives that they forget how important it is to spend time with the family. “Don’t let this time pass by without making the most of it,” he said.

One recommendation Rodriguez has for his followers amid the lockdown is to hug their loved ones every day. The baseball player also told everyone to relax, laugh, smile, and be together.

Lopez has been using this time to stay in shape and stay fit. She recently shared a few pictures of her working out in the gym, and the singer flaunted her toned figure in the photos.

Rodriguez and Lopez are supposed to get married in 2020, but the pandemic and the consequent lockdown have affected their plans. The baseball player previously told ET Online that he and his partner met their core group of people who are helping them plan the wedding in a virtual meeting. The baseball player said that they have come up three or four variations of how things could turn out in the next 12 months, and they would decide on what to do based on the situation.