Yummy mummy: Jennifer Lopez arrives at LAX after her long-haul flight looking glamorous
Since becoming a mother to twins Max and Emme last year, Jennifer Lopez insisted her diva image is firmly in the past.
But after taking an incredible 11 bags for a weekend break in Japan, it appears J.Lo isn’t quite so low maintenance as she would like us to believe.
Arriving back at Los Angeles’ LAX airport on Monday, a glamorous Jennifer strolled through the airport carrying a lightweight handbag, leaving her team of assistants to carry her extensive luggage collection.
Filling three trolleys pushed by a trio of her staff, Jennifer’s luggage included three suitcases, three holdalls, a transparent suit carrier and three cardboard boxes.
While her team were left to struggle with the heavy load, the Latina star looked fresh-faced after the 11 hour flight from Tokyo.
The mother-of-two embraced the Seventies look in a Thomas Wylde chiffon, barbed wire print dress, leather jacket with fox fur trim and granite knee-high boots.
Addressing the diva rumours which have dogged her career, Jennifer said: ‘I’m not J.Lo any more. That’s all gone with all the ridiculous stories about tantrums and Egyptian sheets. That’s all my past.
‘I think, as a woman, I’ve finally grown more sure of who I am. It does seem ironic that it has taken me more than a decade to basically get back to who I am.’
Heavy load: Jennifer’s entourage push three trolleys loaded with the singer’s luggage
Jennifer left her 13-month twins Max and Emme in the care of their father Marc Anthony for two days when she jetted to Japan for a promotional job with her manager Benny Medina.
During her brief sojourn to the East, Jennifer met 100 fans at a special event at a Samantha Thavasa handbag store in the Tokyo district of Shibuya.
The usually sophisticated star attempted to turn back time with a youthful combination of leggings and a stripy t-shirt.
Her brief trip marked the first time she has left Max and Emme since their birth.
Jennifer is currently preparing to go back to work after two years out of the spotlight to focus on motherhood. Read More