Ya’ll Cute! Evelyn Lozada And Fiance Carl Crawford Step Out Together For The First Time For Date Night

April 7, 2014  |  

Evelyn Lozada and her fiance, Carl Crawford, just welcomed their son, Carl Leo Crawford, Jr., into the world on March 22. After a couple weeks of being on diaper duty with the little guy, the parents decided to step out for date night to have time together alone. They were spotted by TMZ photogs, who asked Crawford about baseball business, as the new MLB season just started up again.

The couple hit up Maestro’s in Beverly Hills to have dinner, rolling up and riding out in a sickening (in a good way), white Rolls Royce Wraith, which allegedly starts price-wise at almost $300,000. But this is not a shocking purchase for Crawford, seeing as the LA Dodgers outfielder has a seven-year, $142 million dollar contract with the team.

The couple looked cute together as they waited for valet to bring his car around, and Evelyn flashed a smile as photogs shared well wishes, said congratulations on their son’s birth, and said that she was looking great.

This is the first time we’ve seen the couple together in public, aside from Lozada sharing a photo the two took in preparation for their son’s arrival, where Crawford was holding on to Lozada’s belly. But seeing how open she was about her last relationship with former NFL star Chad Johnson, I can understand why she would want to keep aspects of this new relationship to herself.

Speaking of Johnson, in a recent interview, he stated that he actually still loves Lozada:

“Yeah, love don’t go nowhere like that. I will always love her, matter fact I love every goddamn body to an extent, it ain’t going nowhere.”

Can’t say the love is mutual, Chad. Check out Lozada and her future hubby together in the TMZ video below:

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