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Entertainment Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Go Jewelry Shopping Together on Valentine's Day

00:07  17 february  2018
00:07  17 february  2018 Source:   people.com

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Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez treated each other to a special shopping trip this Valentine ’ s Day . Lopez and Rodriguez looked happier than ever and didn’t hold back the PDA as they scoped out the jewelry .

Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez treated each other to a special shopping trip this Valentine ’ s Day . The couple was spotted jewelry shopping on Wednesday in Miami at Mayors jewelry store and Tourneau, which specializes in watches

Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez treated each other to a special shopping trip this Valentine’s Day.

Lopez and Rodriguez looked happier than ever and didn’t hold back the PDA as they scoped out the jewelry. The singer wore a nude bodycon turtleneck Naked Wardrobe dress, pumps and gold hoops and the former Yankee sported a gray suit and black tie.

a man standing in a room © MEGA After their shopping spree, J-Rod celebrated the holiday later that evening with a romantic dinner at Brasserie Central in Miami.

Both Lopez and Rodriguez shared sweet posts on Instagram wishing each other a Happy Valentine’s Day. 

I hope everyone got lots of sweet Valentine’s Day

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