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‘True Love Comes Back’: Fans Hope for the Best After Ray J Shares Heartwarming Video of Family

Multi-hyphenated talent Ray J has sunshine on a cloudy day as long as his biggest blessings are by his side.

If ever his enduring love for his wife Princess Love, daughter Melody Norwood or newborn son Epik Ray Norwood was questioned, he may have calmed down the commentary of spectators by sharing one simple video.

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Fans are elated after Ray J shares a sweet video of family time at the park. (Photo: @rayj/Instagram)

With the Temptations 1965 hit record “My Girl” serving as the audio backdrop, Ray J is seen running around a playground as he plays with his daughter. Love is seen holding the family’s newest addition to the family as she looks on at the father-daughter moments.

Ray J captioned the video, “Today couldn’t be better! Thank you God for this! It’s the biggest blessing I will ever have!” Fans swooned over the sweet video while rooting for the couple.

“That’s what it’s all about!!”

“Cherish every second”

“Real true love comes back 😘”

Fans who watched the couple’s most recent bout of drama on social media — Ray J “abandoning” a very pregnant Love and their daughter in Vegas — have held out hope for better days, and maybe, just maybe, the couple who has only been married for two-and-a-half years is finally heading in that direction.

The singer recently admitted that he has made some mistakes in his relationship, and though his wife has publicly made it known that she does not want to be married any longer, he believes God will make things work.

“I think we just have to make sure going through the ups and going through the downs, that in this time we stick together to make sure that the kids are safe and happy,” said the 39-year-old father of two while talking to Wendy Williams.

Only time will tell if the “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” stars will have what it takes to endure and if the singer has learned from past missteps.

“So glad y’all worked it out 💜 that’s what marriage is about and it ain’t worth losing …”

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