Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodríguez are going strong! Despite recent rumors surrounding Rodríguez and Southern charm Star Madison LeCroy, a source tells ET that the former baseball pro and his fiancée “are so romantically connected as a couple and as a family with their children and these rumors wouldn’t break that.” López is the mother of twins Max and Emme, 12, while Rodríguez is the father of Ella, 12, and Natasha, 16.
“Jennifer is not bothered and does not care about the rumors of Alex and Madison,” says the source about Rodriguez’s fiancée. “She thinks it’s outside noise and trusts Alex. She’s so in love with him.”
The source adds that Lopez is “really unaffected” by the speculation, while a second source notes that the singer “is not paying too much attention to the rumors surrounding Alex and Madison.”
“Jennifer is not happy that she and their relationship are being challenged by an accusation on a television show,” says the second source. “Alex had assured Jennifer that he did nothing wrong and she believes him. The couple is looking forward to this all over.”
The first rumors swirled during Southern charmThe reunion episode, when Craig Conover accused LeCroy of flying “to Miami to fuck a former MLB player.” LeCroy immediately denied doing so. Later, she and Rodríguez were connected by the tabloid press, and claims circulated that he had previously liked one of their Instagram posts.
A source previously told ET that “Alex Rodriguez never met Madison and does not know her,” while LeCroy said Page six that she and Rodríguez “never met”, but claimed that they “spoke on the phone.”
ET previously contacted Rodríguez and LeCroy for comment.
As for Rodríguez and López’s wedding, which was supposed to take place in 2020, but was suspended due to COVID-19 – the first source says that “Jennifer absolutely still wants to marry Alex and the gossip doesn’t affect her at all.”
The news comes the same day that López told Seduce that while her wedding cancellation was “a big deal,” she hopes to have the big day when it’s safe.
“Maybe that was not the right time,” he said. “You start thinking about all these things, how everything has its kind of perfect divine moment.”
In the same interview, López revealed that she and Rodríguez participated in therapy in the middle of their quarantine.
“It’s been really good,” Lopez said of the quarantine. “We got down to work. We did therapy. I think it was very helpful to us in our relationship.”