Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez were obviously looking forward to tying the knot before the COVID-19 pandemic but now, things have definitely changed! However, they haven’t changed in terms of how they feel about each other and about getting married but their plans!
The pandemic and all that it means has definitely affected the pair’s wedding plans and one insider report now explains how!
The source dished via HollywoodLife that ‘They’re being realistic about everything and they were very much in the thick of it with many details in place before coronavirus happened.’
In other words, instead of thinking of other, more unconventional ways to get married amid the quarantine, such a as a Zoom wedding, their thought process is just: ‘since nobody knows what is happening in the world, there is no sense in planning anything further right now.’
Jen and Alex, who got engaged back in March of last year, do not feel in a hurry or pressured in any way to get married as soon as possible.
That being said, they have no problem taking their time and waiting for the outbreak to go away.
‘Jennifer and Alex love each other very much and don’t need to be married to solidify that. They are in a holding pattern like everybody else and they will get back to it when it is safe. As for now though, the focus isn’t on the wedding until this pandemic passes,’ the insider explained via the same news outlet.
Obviously, the engaged couple is planning on focusing on their and others’ safety for the time being.
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One thing I’m incredibly grateful for right now is getting to spend additional time with my family. I love spending so much time with these beautiful girls, who still laugh when I make goofy faces in pictures. 🤣 . Each day I am trying to focus on doing one positive thing for someone else. This is a time where we all need to help each other, and by doing so we will help ourselves remember that this situation may be temporary, but our actions are permanent. Let’s make the most of this time and stay together as a community, even while we are apart with our families. . I hope you are doing OK and are doing your best to keep your spirits up. Try to do something positive today, like texting someone you haven’t spoke to recently just to say hello. Be grateful for the people in your life. You’ll brighten their day, and then ask them to pay it forward and reach out to someone else to do the same. . Stay safe and spread love! We will come out of this, so let’s do our best to take care of each other. ❤️
Since a vaccine for COVID-19 is yet to be made, it’s still unclear when the pandemic will subside but J.Lo. and her fiance are willing to wait as long as it takes.
When it’s all safe again, then they can rest assured that their wedding can be not only danger-free but also perfect and exactly how they dream it to be!