has claimed he "will always love" estranged wife Jennifer Lopez, despite the pair having called time on their relationship.
The couple - who have three-year-old twins, Max and Emme, together - announced their split in July after seven years of marriage but the Latino singer has insisted his former spouse will forever have a place in his heart.
He said: "I'll always love Jennifer."
Although Marc claims he will always have loving feelings towards Jennifer, he admitted both of them had come to the conclusion their relationship
wasn't working prior to their split and they are now attempting to look to the future.
He said in an interview with ABC News' John Quinones: "I'll tell you that it wasn't something sensationalistic happening. It was a realisation on both our parts. So, you know, it wasn't shocking. These things happen. It was a decision that we made jointly.
"This is not a funeral. This is not a burial. This is just two people who came together and just realised - and so I'm saying that it wasn't sustainable the way it was, and that's that."