Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez split, call off 2-year engagement
The Latino power couple called off their engagement after two years of being together, multiple sources confirm to PEOPLE.
"This has been a long time coming," a source tells PEOPLE. New York Post's Page Six was the first to report the news.
Lopez, 51, and Rodriguez, 45, got engaged in the Bahamas in March 2019 after dating for two years. Over the past year, the couple has spent time at home during the pandemic.
Last month, speculation arose that Rodriguez had had an affair after Southern Charm's Madison LeCroy was accused of sleeping with a married MLB player. However, a source told PEOPLE then that the two had "never met." It's unclear if J-Rod's split has anything to do with the LeCroy rumors.
In an interview with the New York Post's Page Six, LeCroy claimed that the pair have "spoken on the phone" — in calls that she said were "innocent" — but said that they have "never met up" and "never been physical … never had any kind of anything. Just an acquaintance."
She went on to allege that Rodriguez has "never physically cheated on his fiancée with me," claiming that she has spoken with him "randomly, but not consistent."
Back in January, Lopez opened up about having to postpone the couple's wedding twice due to the pandemic.
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"We postponed the wedding twice. We had planned what we really, really wanted to do, [but] I don't know if we'll be able to re-create that," the "In the Morning" singer told Elle. "We canceled it, and since then we haven't really talked about it. There's no rush. We want to do it right when we can do it."
She also shared last month that the two had gone to therapy.
"I miss being creative and running on 150," Lopez told Allure. "But Alex, of all people, was like, 'I love it. I love being at home. I love doing my Zooms. I love knowing the kids are there, and you're there all the time.' It has been actually really good."
"We got to work on ourselves. We did therapy," she explained. "I think it was really helpful for us in our relationship."
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