Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are showing considerable ingenuity and gall when it comes to throwing parties during a pandemic.
On Tuesday, the engaged couple ambitiously pulled off a twelfth birthday party for his daughter Ella Alexander Rodriguez in Miami, while trying their best to abide by strict social distancing policies.
The bash was also attended by Ella's mother Cynthia Scurtis, 47, - Alex's ex-wife whom he was married to from 2002 to 2008 - who appeared to be helping out with the festivities alongside Jennifer, 50. At one point, there appeared to be an awkward moment between the pair as J-Lo stripped off in the heat, revealing her lacy bra.
Also present was Ella's sister Natasha Rodriguez, 15, and J-Lo's twelve-year-old twins Max and Emme, from her marriage to Marc Anthony, 51, as well as other young family members. Although it seemed that guests were encouraged to just drive-by the area with birthday wishes, there did appear to be a number of people involved in the celebrations - including someone who appeared to be a videographer capturing the special day.
The couple are just some of many celebrities who have been urging the public to stay home to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
In an Instagram video earlier this month the singer said: "Hey everyone. We want you to please stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19 is to stay home."
"We're staying home those on the front lines - the doctors, nurses and technicians that are working so hard to keep everyone safe."
J-Lo and Alex, 44, - who were tagged by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo - then nominated Jimmy Fallon to do his part and #StopTheSpread.
A few days later, Jen was spotted attending a VIP gym in Miami for a work-out with Alex, though it was unclear if this was a private session.