Although considered to be a person who jealously guards his privacy, Marc Anthony confessed Monday that he is eager to read ex-wife Jennifer Lopez's forthcoming autobiography.

"I never speak about my personal life, but if Jennifer's going to write a book that deals with her life, I expect to be in it," the singer and actor joked after being asked his opinion on what Lopez will say of him in the book.

In an interview several days ago with People magazine, which named J.Lo the most powerful Hispanic woman in the United States, Lopez gave a few tidbits about the book she is writing and in which she will reveal more details about her separation from Anthony.

"I wish her the best. I have nothing personal to say. She is a marvelous woman, an incredible mother, the mother of my children. I'm crazy about reading it," said Anthony at a press conference.

Anthony is in Mexico City to give three concerts in the National Auditorium.

Lopez and Anthony, the parents of 5-year-old twins Max and Emme, split up in 2011 after seven years of marriage.

"She's the mother of my children and my friend. We continue being friends. If she thinks it's important to write this book at this time in her life, I'm going to support her as a friend and as the mother of my children," Anthony said.

Nevertheless, he added, he will have to see "what's in the book."

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