Gloria Estefan and husband Emilio in great spirits as they were spotted after a dinner in Beverly Hills
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: Grammy winners Gloria Estefan and her husband Emilio were recently spotted after sharing a quick dinner with their family at Avra restaurant in Beverly Hills. The couple was joined by Gloria's sister Lili and Lili's son Lorenzo Jr.
The family had a casual dinner at the seafood restaurant while they appeared to be in great spirits on their way to the car. The musical artistes hugged with endearing smiles for the shutterbugs. On the other hand, their companions for dinner, Lili and Lorenzo, were also seen in a delightful mood after the meal.
The 'Running out of Time' singer rocked an all-black outfit to beat the cold California night. She wore a black turtleneck along with a woollen zip-up sweater and paired it with black skinny leggings and high heel sneakers. The singer had on minimal makeup and carried a Prada bag around her shoulder.
With the nine-time Grammy winner keeping her look relaxed and cozy, her husband followed in her steps. Emilio looked dapper in a black jacket and sported a turtle neck underneath identical to his partner. He wore black track pants and shoes to complete the look.
Gloria's sister, Lili, was spotted sporting a huge grin while flipping her hair outside the restaurant. She wore a white tank top underneath a blue blazer and white flared pants. Her son Lorenzo Jr was snapped in a mud brown shirt, white ankle-length pants and sneakers for the night excursion.
Gloria was 17 at the time she became romantically involved with the then Miami Sound Machine's band leader, Emilio, 22, in 1976. The pair have been together ever since. After spending decades together, their marriage has been through many ups and downs. However, she has stuck with Emilio through it all and credits him for being the reason for her laughter.
"When it's real love, it gets better. It's all about respect and love and communication. When you have a great foundation, it becomes easy," Emilio reportedly told People. "We love and respect each other. We're different, but we balance each other. And we have the same priorities, the same values. We rarely argue about business or music, so it's been a good thing," he added.