The couple has been spending their quarantine on the move from Malibu to Miami to their $10 million mansion in the Hamptons.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are back in NYC after an entire quarantine spent on the go.
Over the past few months, the couple has been putting their private jet to good use, repeatedly flying back and forth across the country from Los Angeles to Miami to the Hamptons and back again. This week, however, they made a special trip into the city to soak up the “positive vibes” of Central Park.
Rodriguez shared two images of himself, his fiancée and their daughters, Emme and Natasha, hanging out on Tuesday, writing in the caption, “There’s no city on earth like the Big Apple. The people. The energy. The strength and resilience, even in the toughest of times. Enjoyed some positive vibes in the city with family this week.”
Prior to their adventures in the Big Apple, where the couple owns a $20 million NoMad penthouse, their family has been staying at Lopez’s $10M eight-bedroom Walter Mill mansion in Long Island. That is when Lopez isn’t hitting the recording studio in Miami, as she did in mid-July, or riding around Florida’s beaches on an elliptical bike with her personal trainer.
She and Rodriguez have also been staying active bouncing between their many homes in the Los Angeles area. They were spotted biking around the neighborhood of their $28 million Bel Air compound sans mask in early June a few days after joining the Black Lives Matter protests that took place in Hollywood. Later that month, they were also spotted out house-hunting in Malibu, where they own an $8 million home that they just put on the market last week.
But their real estate portfolio doesn’t end there. At the beginning of July, the pair also purchased a modest $1.4 million home in Encino. With this many multi-million properties to keep up with, it’s no wonder J.Lo and A.Rod haven’t been able to stay put in one place all summer long.