The couple handed out more than 400 backpacks, notebooks, colored pencils and other supplies to the children at the nonprofit organization's schools, according to local news outlet Casa de Campo Living. Lopez arrived with a smile on her face and appeared ecstatic to meet with the students.
Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez and Don Alfy Fanjul at our special tour yesterday. We're so thankful to @jlo & @arod for giving our students such a wonderful experience 💙 • Jennifer Lopez, Ale Rod y Don Alfy Fanjul en nuestro tour especial ayer por la tarde. Estamos eternamente agradecidos por la experiencia inolvidable que le brindaron a nuestros estudiantes 💙 #FundacionMIR #AyudandoASer
The "Ain't Your Mama" singer, 47, and the former New York Yankees player, 41, were particularly excited to meet with some of the boys from the school's baseball team.
After taking a tour with Fundación MIR founder and President Lian Fanjul, the lovebirds headed to the multipurpose room, where they listened to two students sing a cover of Lopez and ex-husband Marc Anthony's 1999 duet "No Me Ames." After the performance, Lopez gave the two students a big hug.
J. Lo showed some PDA with A-Rod too. Casa de Campo Living reported that the pair were "affectionately hugging and smiling throughout" their visit. According to the site, they headed home to the United States later on Monday.
The couple were in the island nation for the Shades of Blue actress' sold-out joint concert with Anthony, 48, on Saturday, April 15, which marked her first-ever show in the D.R. Lopez, Rodriguez and Anthony later visited a local nightclub, where the amicable trio were spotted dancing together.
"We've been having a great time," the former MLB star said of his romance with the "Dance Again" singer during an appearance on The View last month. "She's an amazing, amazing girl. One of the smartest human beings I've ever met and also an incredible mother."
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