Jennifer Lopez couldn’t hold back the tears on her twins’ birthday.
The On The Floor hitmaker, 51, sobbed as her children Max and Emme reached their milestone teenage birthday on Monday.
The legendary singer treated her youngsters to a celebratory wake-up call which consisted of a delicious breakfast spread in bed.
Jennifer took to her Instagram stories to share a glimpse into the special morning surprise with her adoring fans.
The teens tucked into a decadent plate of sweet treats, including waffles decorated with hundreds and thousands, as well as pancakes, eggs and bacon.
The proud mum posted a sweet video of her beloved twins opening their birthday cards, as she sat on the bed unable to control her emotions.
Alongside the video, J-Lo called herself the luckiest mum alive as she penned: “OMG!! I can’t believe it’s been 13 years since I carried them both home in my arms in the middle of a snowstorm.
“Out of that blizzard came two perfect lil’ coconuts who rearranged my life and taught me the true meaning of love.
“It has been the most magical journey full of adventure and joy ever since.”
She went on: “’I’m feeling so many emotions this morning…so very emotional today… so proud and happy and heartbroken that I can’t freeze time.
“To my two caring, sensitive, and special souls who I know will rearrange the world in your own very unique ways, your mama loves you forever.”
The celebrations and tributes didn’t stop there though, as J-Lo’s fiancé Alex Rodriguez also shared some sweet snaps of the twins.
“Happy Birthday Emme & Max!!!” the former baseball star began.
“I’m blessed to have both of you in my life and look forward to watching you both continue to grow and do amazing things. Keep reaching for the stars! Love you both.”
Jennifer – who shares Emme and Max with ex-husband Marc Anthony- recently opened up about how quickly her kids were growing up.
The proud mum opened up about all the special memories she was making with her family while holed up at home during the pandemic in a recent interview with People.
“The time is precious, and besides health, probably the most important thing that we have, so we’re going to keep a lot of those things going,” she said.