Lovebirds Mario Lopez and wife Courtney Laine Mazza had fun in the sun with their three kids while celebrating Memorial Day. The Access Hollywood star and his stunning spouse gave fans a glimpse inside their family festivities as they splashed around in their pool on Monday, May 25.
The 37-year-old beauty took to her Instagram Stories as she enjoyed a dip in the water with the couple’s 10-month-old son, Santino. Courtney, who welcomed the little bundle of joy in July 2019, had her flawless figure on full display as she sported a trendy bikini.
As for Mario, the Saved by the Bell alum posted the most adorable snap with 6-year-old son Dominic. “Nothin’ like a cold one and a dip with my mini-me on a hot summer day!” he captioned a pic of the youngster drinking a juice box as he sipped on a beer.
The doting dad of three — who also shares eldest daughter Gia, 9, with Courtney — even uploaded the cutest video via Instagram Stories of him and Dominic jumping in the pool. Mario and his little man held hands and counted down from three before descending in the air together and into the water.
Besides enjoying backyard family outings, Mario and Courtney have been spending a ton of time together in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic. Because he’s hosting Access Hollywood from the comfort of his home, Mario has had more time than ever with his famous family.
In fact, the former Extra host — who tied the knot with the brunette beauty in 2012 — jokingly revealed he’s putting his money on getting Courtney pregnant by the time lockdown ends.
“I will be very surprised if I don’t get another baby coming out of this,” Mario hilariously shared with Page Six in late April. “We keep busy in that department.”
News of baby No. 4 wouldn’t necessarily be surprising considering how much the handsome hunk loves being a dad. Just weeks after baby Santino arrived in summer 2019, Mario opened up about how he changed “for the better” the day he became a father.
“[Fatherhood is the] best role I’ve ever had,” he exclusively shared with Closer Weekly at the time. “I love it. Want to continue to embrace it and all its challenges.”
The entertainment news correspondent even told Closer he can’t help but enjoy having his hands full. “I feel good you know,” he gushed. “I like all the chaos.”
We hope Mario and his clan are staying safe during this unprecedented pandemic!
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