Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are engaged

Singing superstar Jennifer Lopez and retired baseball great Alex Rodriguez have been one of the most glam celebrity couples in recent years.

Rodriguez, a former New York Yankees player, has been married once before. "Jennifer!' and I said hi and that was it, '" Lopez told the host.

Just weeks after celebrating their two-year anniversary, the couple announced the proposal on social media.

Taking to Instagram, each of them shared a photograph of her hand wearing a diamond ring that we can only assume is kind of heavy to wear.

Lopez's manager confirmed the engagement to People magazine.

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are engaged
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are engaged

"Watching World of Dance watching J.Lo text Alex Rodriguez little does she know that he is cheating on her with my ex-wife Jessica poor girl she has no idea who he really is", Canseco wrote. Jennifer posted the same photo with eight heart emojis.

Rodriguez invited J.Lo to dine with him after a chance lunch meeting at a restaurant in Beverly Hills in early 2017, and they reportedly had their first date at the Hotel Bel Air on 3 February. "They have a really great relationship and everyone gets along very well". The feeling definitely seems mutual, with Lopez stating that their life together has been "incredibly wonderful", and that the two are meant to be together. She was married to Ojani Noa from 1997-1998, Chris Judd from 2001-2003, and singer Marc Anthony from 2004-2014. She also had a high-profile relationship with actor Ben Affleck.

"I was there a few months back with her when he called her on her phone", Canseco continued.

This will be the second marriage for Rodriguez, 43, and the fourth for Lopez, 49. Rodriguez's daughters, Natasha and Ella, are from his marriage to Cynthia Scurtis, which ended in 2008.

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