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Eddie Murphy’s Son & Martin Lawrence’s Daughter Are Dating

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Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence came together to film the classic “Life” movie, but now their siblings are coming together in romance.

Eddie Murphy’s son Eric Murphy is dating Martin Lawrence’s daughter Jasmin Lawrence to Entertainment Tonight Canada. The revelation to the public came on the 32nd birthday of Eric Murphy when Jasmin Lawrence posted on Instagram about his birthday to her followers.

“Happy birthday, my love! I’m so incredibly blessed to know you, to love you, and to have you by my side,” Jasmin, 25, captioned two photos of the couple. “Cheers to many more blessings, laughs, and beautiful memories! I love you so much!! 🖤✨.”

Eric commented back, “You’re so sweet. Thank you my baby. I LOVE YOU!! ❤️ ❤️❤️❤️.”

He also shared two photos with Jasmin on his own Instagram page, writing, “Head over heels in LOVE with YOU @jasmin_lawrence ❤️❤️❤️❤️ #myotherhalf #equallyyoked #iloveyou.”

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Eric is Eddie’s oldest child from his relationship with ex-girlfriend Paulette McNeely.

Eric Murphy gives Jasmin Lawrence a kiss on the cheek in the picture.

Martin Lawrence who is 56, had Jasmin first out of his three daughters. He and his ex-wife Patricia Southall are the parents. He also shares daughters Iyanna, 20, and Amara, 18, with second ex-wife Shamicka Gibbs.

Eddie Murphy has 10 children in total. He shares son Christian, 30, with ex Tamara Hood and five kids with ex-wife Nicole Mitchell: Bria, 31, Myles, 28, Shayne, 26, Zola, 21 and Bella, 19.

Eddie is also the father to daughter Angel, 14, with Spice Girl ex Mel B and daughter Izzy, 5, and son Max, 2, with current partner Paige Butcher.

Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence have acted together in two films which include Boomerang and Life. The latter was during the early days of Lawrence hitting it on the big screen, but the former had the two more as equals as Lawrence hit it big after his classic sitcom “Martin“.

“Life” was about the Depression-era Mississippi, two black men are framed for murder and sentenced to life in prison – and they spend the next 60 years bickering, arguing, and planning their big escape.