Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have only been dating a few short months but it looks like they could already be preparing to take their romance to the next level. According to Entertainment Tonight, the 48-year-old pop star and former New York Yankees baseball player are talking marriage and pals think they will go the distance.
"Those in J.Lo's inner circle see her relationship with A-Rod going the distance. They definitely see marriage potential here." the source told the publication.
"J.Lo loves that they have so much in common. They're both parents and they're both successful in business. Their lives, while busy, really complement each other."
Since going public in February, the lovebirds have been regularly sharing snaps of their time together, often with gushing captions.
One recent PDA-filled picture, which showed Lopez with arms around her beau, read: "Love our weekends. Now back to work!! #riseandgrind #workhardhavefun #livelovelaugh."
Friends say Rodriguez, 42, is happier than ever and enjoying getting to know his lady. "Jennifer is on another level for Alex when compared to his past girlfriends. She's amazing. She comes to this dinner and there are 20 people there, a lot of sports celebs and big guys in the business, and she can sit right down with them and start talking sports. She loves baseball."
Lopez was previously married to fellow musician Marc Anthony but their seven-year marriage ended in 2012. The former couple share nine-year-old twins Emme Maribel and Maximillian David. The Love Don't Cost A Thing hitmaker also enjoyed a five-year romance with toyboy dancer Casper Smart.
Rodriguez, meanwhile, has two daughters Natasha Alexander and Ella from his marriage to ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis. Although he his first marriage collapsed an insider revealed that Rodriguez isn't against walking down the aisle again, saying he is and is "all in" when it comes to their relationship.
"Jennifer means the world to him and he wants everyone to know it," the source notes. "His kids like her a lot and that's what means the most to him."