Jennifer Lopez and her singer husband Marc Anthony have finally confirmed that they named their newborn twins Max and Emme.
It's official. Jennifer Lopez and her singer husband Marc Anthony named their newborn twins Max and Emme. A representative confirmed the names to People, Friday, February 29, just days after rumors arose that the celebrity couple named their babies Maximiano and Emelina.
Lopez gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl, early Friday, February 22 in Long Island, N.Y. While the girl was born at 12:12 A.M. and weighed 5 lbs. 7 oz., the boy then followed at 12:23 A.M., weighing 6 lbs. The babies are the first children for Lopez, 38, and the fourth for husband Anthony, 39. He also has two sons and one daughter from two previous relationships.
Lopez, according to report, was released from the maternity ward at Long Island's North Shore University Hospital on Monday, February 25 and allowed to take her twins home.
In related news, Lopez and Anthony reportedly have been inundated with baby gifts since arriving home with their newborn twins. "The twins already got a ton of embroidered pillows with their names on them," a source has revealed.
And greater than the multiple deliveries of gifts, Lopez is said to be very worried that her baby twins might be kidnapped so that she is shelling out a whopping $600,000 to hire a team of bodyguards to watch over them 24/7.
Sources close to Lopez claimed that the Latino singer has hired six bodyguards, at annual cost of $600k, two for each eight-hour shift around the clock. She, moreover, also installed closed-circuit cameras in every room in hers and Anthony's various homes.