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Jennifer Lopez shares adorable mile-high bedtime story with twins Max and Emme

Chloe Best

Jennifer Lopez doesn't let her busy lifestyle interfere with her twins' bedtime routine! The doting mum took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a sweet photo of herself reading a bedtime story to her children Max and Emme while they were travelling together on an aeroplane.

Wearing a "Love" print sweatshirt, her hair tied back and no make-up, the 47-year-old appeared relaxed as she cuddled up to her pyjama-clad twins.

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Jennifer Lopez shared an adorable photo of her twins Max and Emme

The photo was originally shared by Jennifer's longtime colleague and Shades of Blue producer Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, who captioned the post: "My view from 35,000 feet. No glam. No filter. No worries. #motherlove."

Unsurprisingly it received an amazing response from fans, with many commenting on how "sweet" the family looked together.

Jennifer always puts her family first, and has maintained a strong relationship with her ex-husband Marc Anthony despite ending their marriage nearly five years ago.

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The performer often shares sweet family photos on social media

The former couple, who welcomed Max and Emme together in 2008, are currently working on a new Spanish language album together – and appear to be having lots of fun working together again.

Jennifer shared a Snapchat video of herself and Marc goofing around in the studio together on Tuesday evening, showing them grinning from ear-to-ear as they posed together using the deer filter.

"Studio shenanigans... Oh Deer!! #makinghistory #again #funtimes #familia Lol," the footage was captioned.

Jennifer and Marc started dating in 2004 shortly after the singer split from Hollywood actor Ben Affleck. The pair then married in June of that year and welcomed their twins in February 2008. Three years later, they announced the end of their marriage, although the divorce was not finalised until June 2014.

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