On Friday, Jennifer Lawrence cut an ethereal figure on the streets of New York as she walked in a Picnic Plaid Silk Claire McCardell corset dress by Tory Burch that molded to her body in the breeze. The fabric was in a checkered lapis lazuli shade and white, with a sleeveless bodice that cinched in her waist. The skirt came to mid-calf, and she paired it with heeled sandals in a bright peachy orange.
Lawrence was carrying a black handbag and wore a simple gold pendant that emphasized the v-neck cut of the bodice. Her long blonde hair was left to float around her in the wind. Her skin looked flawless and light on makeup.
Lawrence recently welcomed her first child with her husband Cooke Maroney. The couple has been seen shopping for real estate in New York and in California. They have been together since 2018 after meeting through mutual friends, then got engaged in February 2019, and were married in October of that year in Rhode Island. Their baby was born in April of this year.
Maroney and Lawrence have kept the name and sex of the baby a secret, and probably won’t be very public about the child in the near future. But during an interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Showthe talk show host did refer to the baby as “him.”
In a phone interview, Degeneres said to Lawrence, “People don’t know this, but I used to live in the house that you live in now when I started the show 20 years ago.”
DeGeneres went on, “Now I live next door to you, and I’m looking at you living in my house with a brand-new baby. By the way, I do hear you sometimes talking to him.”
In November of 2021, Lawrence had told Vanity Fair that the privacy of their child was of the utmost importance.
“If I was at a dinner party, and somebody was like, ‘Oh, my God, you’re expecting a baby,’ I wouldn’t be like, ‘God, I can’t talk about that. Get away from me, you psycho!” she joked. “But every instinct in my body wants to protect their privacy for the rest of their lives, as much as I can.”
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