It’s safe to say that Jennifer Lopez’s kids, Emme and Max, are really just replicas of the pop star and their dad, Marc Anthony. The 50-year-old singer took to Instagram on Tuesday, September 24, to share a video of the 11-year-old twins singing and playing the ukulele — and, seriously, it’s so good.
“My heart can’t take it… ♥️ #coconuts #familia #dinnertableserenade #música,” J. Lo captioned the clip of Emme and Max doing an acoustic cover of Vance Joy’s “Riptide.” By the end of their performance, Max said, “Let’s do that again. I liked it!”
We wouldn’t be surprised to see the twins follow in Jennifer and Marc’s footsteps. After all, Max and Emme regularly have jam sessions. In fact, they’re involved with performing arts at school!
In March, the mom of two shared an old video of the two singing side by side. “Scrolling through my phone and found this video of my coconuts,” the “I’m Real” singer captioned the post. “I blinked and now they’re fearlessly performing in their 5th grade play.”
In addition, the “Jenny From the Block” crooner has shared some videos of her little ones singing with Alex Rodriguez’s kids, and they’re all pretty talented. We’re thinking they should start a band, especially since they already share a tight bond ever since their parents started dating.
Jennifer and the former baseball player, 44, got engaged in March 2019 — a little more than two years after they started dating. It’s evident that they’re a perfect match for each other.
In April, the Bronx native revealed that their relationship works so well because of the strong foundation they have. “It’s great to have a best friend and a partner you can really build with, and I just feel like with Alex and I, that’s what it’s like,” she said during an interview with SiriusXM. “It was just having somebody who understands you from the inside as far as like, ‘I really want to work hard. I really love what I do, and I really want to work hard at it’ and understand that.”
The couple has yet to reveal when they’re planning on tying the knot but here’s hoping it’s soon!