After almost 13 years together, this comes as big shock — regardless of the rumors floating around! We mean, we just heard Enrique Iglesias had bought Anna Kournikova a mansion!
Maybe it was a mansion to put all her shizz now that they're reportedly BROKEN UP!
If you remember, Anna desperately wanted Enrique to marry her and apparently:
Everything is going strong over here!
Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova have been dating for nearly 13 years, so the singer made sure his lady love had a place to make a racquet in his Miami mansion.
The new digs cost $26 million and include a tennis court outside of the 20,000 square foot home.
There have been rumors flying around lately that the couple has split because Enrique hasn’t taken the marriage plunge yet, despite a suspicious ring on Anna's finger last year.
Hopefully this tennis court is enough of a commitment for now, because we’d hate to see these two break up after so long!
[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]
Did you know that Miami, Florida is also known as the Love Lagoon??
That's probably because we just made it up, LOLz! If we're reading this picture of Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova right, and we are, then we vote to have Miami pick up that new official nickname.
Enrique Iglesias is taking a cue from Entourage's Turtle and partnering with an emerging liquor company.
Instead of tequila, the singer has partnered with Miami-based ATLANTICO Rum, saying:
"I was introduced to ATLANTICO by friends in Miami, quickly became a fan, and followed its development over the last couple of years. I was recently introduced to its co-founders, Brandon Lieb and Aleco Azqueta, and was immediately drawn to their entrepreneurial spirit and passion for developing a world-class product. I am now delighted to be a partner in this top-quality rum."
Enrique says he believes in the rum because of its association with an island getaway, continuing:
"It's all about escape: the islands, sun, sand, water, relaxation. With ATLANTICO Rum's quality, there's an added classic Caribbean sophistication that I really relate to."
The "super-premium" rum is paired with the suggested retail of $35 a bottle and available domestically in Florida, New York, California, Ohio, Washington D.C., Maryland, and Tennessee.
Will U give Enrique's rum a shot next time you're looking to loosen up?
[Image via WENN.]