She's 12.


Today, Jennifer Lopez announced that there's a mini mogul in the making ready to make her debut. In an Instagram post, Lopez explained that her daughter, Emme Muñiz, age 12, will be a published writer this fall with her debut book, a collection of daily prayers called Lord Help Me. The announcement comes a few months after Emme took the stage at the Super Bowl Halftime Show alongside her mom, proving that the up-and-comer definitely has the range.

Lopez explained that the children's book will let families "embrace the peace and power of everyday faith." Random House, the book's publisher, notes that readers should expect a collection of Emme's "personal daily prayers."

"So proud of my lil coconut," Lopez wrote. "Emme, as she shares her own daily prayers in her very first book LORD HELP ME! This book will offer families a way to embrace the peace and power of everyday faith. It’s not out until 9/29, but you can pre order at the link in my bio."

Jennifer Lopez Emme Book Lord Help Me
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Entertainment Weekly shed some light onto Lopez's nickname for Emme. Coconut, it turns out, is something she and her twin brother, Max, share.

"That comes from when they were little and in their cribs, and they started growing hair and it looked just like a coconut to me," Lopez said during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno back in 2012. Max and Emme were born in 2008, when Lopez was with her then-husband, Marc Anthony.