Jennifer Lopez shared a photo of herself where she is snuggling with her 12-year-old twins Max and Emme Muniz and she shared how much she loves that they still want to sit on ‘Mama’s lap.’ Fans were quick to notice the cream-colored, cozy robe that Jennifer wore in the picture and it looks remarkably similar to another robe that she wore. Jennifer has 134 million Instagram followers who follow the multi-hyphenate’s latest posts, especially when they are fashion related. Though she wasn’t sharing the picture to show off her fashionable style, she made fashion headlines anyway.
First, people couldn’t help but notice that Jennifer went makeup-free in the loving snap. At 51-years-old, Jennifer has amazed many with her youthfulness and beauty. Her skin looked fresh and dewy and as young as her children’s! Jennifer wore her hair piled atop her head and it was clear she didn’t care what people thought of her toned-down look.
Jennifer shares Max and Emme with Marc Anthony, whom she was married to for 10 years and many say that Emme looks exactly like a young Jennifer Lopez while Max looks like a young Marc Anthony. Both children are incredibly gifted and have shown off their musical talents on social media.
You may see the photo that Jennifer Lopez posted with Max and Emme sitting on her lap, along with the caption she included below.
I love that they still want to sit on mama’s lap! Happy Saturday ? #Coconuts ??
Though Jennifer didn’t tag any designers in her picture, it looks as if she is wearing a robe from Kim Kardashian’s Skims collection. In March, Jennifer Lopez modeled her close friend Kim Kardashian’s Skims Cozy collection including a robe. You may see that photo below.
What do you think about Jennifer Lopez’s photo? Do you think it is okay for 12-year-olds to still snuggle with their mama? Do you like Jennifer Lopez’s robe?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.