Jennifer Lawrence was spotted in New York last week showing off her natural beauty and radiant skin while out for a walk with her husband and son. The Pavement The 32-year-old actress donned a skin-tight navy jumpsuit with white Mary Jane ballet flats for her walk and was photographed by paparazzi next to her husband Cooke Maroney, who pushed their 8-month-old son Cy in a stroller.
Lawrence and Maroney’s laid-back family outing
To complete her look, Lawrence wore her signature long blonde tresses in a slicked-back low ponytail and accessorized with sparkly mini hoops while carrying a brown paper bag. The Oscar-winning actress’ makeup-free skin looked effortlessly rosy and glowing as she chatted with her hubby. Maroney, 38, matched his wife’s laid-back vibe with a white t-shirt, black pants, Vans sneakers and pulled a black sweater over her shoulder while carrying a tote bag.
The Silver Linings Playbook alum and art dealer were introduced by a mutual friend in 2018, started dating that year, got engaged in early 2019 and tied the knot in a small ceremony in October. They welcomed their first child, Cy, in February 2022, and Lawrence revealed she had had two miscarriages in the past in September 2022. vogue cover story.
Lawrence also warmed the hearts of fans by gushing about her son and how motherhood has brought more joy into his life. “The morning after I gave birth, I felt like my whole life had started all over again,” she said, adding, “Like, ‘Now is the first day of my life.’ I just watched. I was so in love. I also fell in love with all the babies everywhere.
Lawrence talks marriage and engagement in new NYT interview
Lawrence’s exit came just days after she sat down with The New York Times for an intimate interview in which she opened up about overcoming her fear of commitment by marrying Maroney, deciding to take his last name, and ultimately feeling confident knowing she had made the good choice by settling with him.
The Don’t look up the actress explained that she was linked to the fear of commitment that her character Lynsey experiences in her new film Pavement. “When you don’t know yourself fully, you don’t know where to put yourself,” she said. “And then I met my husband, and he was like, ‘Get down here.’ I was like, ‘That’s fine, but what if it’s not?’
Lawrence admitted that she suffered from anxiety when it came to engagement, “and it was coming across in my performance in all these different creative ways, but I wasn’t aware of it,” she said. declared. “Then I went back, and when I’m home with my husband making this family, I’m so glad I stayed. I’m so glad I didn’t freak out and call off the wedding, run away and say, “I’ll never be shot!”
The Joy The star added that she took her husband’s surname but initially struggled with the idea of changing his name legally. “God, I had such a feminist crisis about changing my name because that’s my identity, that’s the first thing I’m given,” she noted. Lawrence went on to say that getting famous made it harder, so she started loving sharing a different last name with her husband and son. “I was born with the name Jennifer Lawrence, but it was taken from me when I was 21 and I never got it back,” she said. “So I didn’t feel like I was giving up on anything. That name already belongs to them.
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