Though it is not quite that cold just yet, Jennifer kept warm in fur as she filmed the video in the Lower East Side in Manhattan.
She stood out in a high ponytail, large black and white fur coat, a Guess crop top, baggy leather shorts, and black lace up combat boot heels.
Emme, 9, made sure to represent her mom’s city, wearing a large ‘NYC’ shirt and capri jeans.
While in the train station, Jennifer had no problem showing off her gorgeous face, but it looks like she tried to make her security guards' job a bit easier by hiding her face when they emerged from the subway and hit the NYC streets. Someone wasn't in the mood to get bombarded by fans!
Meanwhile, although Emme may be experiencing what a subway is (possibly for the first time), Jennifer has acknowledged that her children are certainly growing up very differently that she did back in the Bronx.
“I grew up in The Bronx — we shared a bed until we were 16 and it was so different," she told SiriusXM. "[Emme] and [Max] have their own rooms; we live in a big house. When we go to grandma’s house they’re like, ‘Grandma’s house is small.’ It occurs to them that this is different, so my whole thing is about teaching them to be aware of the world and realizing that we are in a position now that we can help other people.”
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