Jennifer Lopez celebrates twins Emme and Max's 13th birthday with sweet video

Jennifer Lopez is officially the mother of two teenagers.
The "Let's Get Loud" singer hit social media on Monday to celebrate the 13th birthday of her twins Emme and Max, both of whom she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony.
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"My lovely babies are teenagers today !! OMG !! I can't believe it's been 13 years since I carried them both home in my arms in the middle of a blizzard," wrote Lopez, 51. "From that blizzard came two perfect little coconuts that rearranged my life and taught me the true meaning of love. "
In the video that shows Emme and Max in bed having breakfast, the "Hustlers" actress says: "Do you know how proud I am of you, whom you have grown into?"
She can be proud too. Over the years, the twins have shown that they have inherited their parents' talents. Max was enthusiastic about school plays and was socially conscious while Emme wrote a book and joined Lopez during last year's Super Bowl halftime show. They even turned out to be duet partners.
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These days, Lopez and her twins are making a mixed family with Lopez's fiancé Alex Rodriguez and the former New York Yankees player's two daughters, 16-year-old Natasha and 12-year-old Ella.
Lopez and Rodriguez got engaged in March 2019.
Jennifer Lopez celebrates twins Emme and Max's 13th birthday with a cute video that was originally posted on

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