The mom-to-be showed off her baby bump in a gorgeous gold dress to the star Do not seek premiere in New York on Sunday. Jennifer Lawrence, who is expecting her first child with gallery owner Cooke Maroney, was dazzled in a gold fringe dress that sparkled to the floor at the gala held at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The actress, who also posed with her co-star Leonardo DiCaprio at the premiere, walked the red carpet in a glittering Dior number, complete with semi-sheer cap sleeves. The 31-year-old actress accessorized her stunning ensemble with Tiffany & Co. jewelry and kept her hair effortlessly back. While DiCaprio donned a fitted navy blue suit.
However, The hunger Games The star previously exhibited her baby bump last month in an intimate screening, Q&A and reception at Ross House in Los Angeles for the upcoming film, which will debut in select theaters on December 10 and will be released on Netflix on December 24.
Meanwhile, in extensive coverage of the December issue of Vanity Fair, Lawrence opened up about her baby on the way and the boundaries she sets as a mother. The Oscar-winning actress, who is currently expecting her first baby with husband Cooke Maroney, said that while she was “grateful and excited” to be a mom, she wanted to keep her child out of the conversation.
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Lawrence’s husband Cooke was not seen at the event as they have been together since 2018 and got engaged the following year. They then exchanged vows in October 2019 at a ceremony in Rhode Island. However, in September, the Winter bone The star started pregnancy rumors when she was seen in New York City in flowered overalls with a visible baby bump, and a representative was quick to confirm she was expecting her first child.
Don’t Look Up is written and directed by Adam McKay. The film centers on two low-level astronomers, Dr. Randall Mindy, played by DiCaprio, and Kate Dibiasky, played by Lawrence, who is set to go on a giant media tour to warn humanity of an approaching comet that will destroy the earth.