Jennifer Lawrence looked effortlessly elegant as she stepped out with husband Cooke Maroney on Sunday.
The 33-year-old No Hard Feelings actress looked ready for fall in a beige turtleneck, cozy black pants and fuzzy brown slippers.
Lawrence – who recently attended a friend’s wedding – teamed the look with a large gray tote bag and yellow-framed sunglasses.
The Oscar winner wore her long blonde tresses cascading down her back.
Meanwhile, her husband, 39, kept it casual in a white T-shirt, light yellow long-sleeved shirt and dark brown pants.
He finalized his look with a pair of Vans sneakers and dark sunglasses.
The couple had a whirlwind romance, tying the knot in October 2019 after 18 months of dating.
They welcomed their first child, a son named Cy, in February 2022.
In June, she opened up about Cooke and her parenting. “My husband is the best father in the world,” she told People.
It was through a mutual friend that Jennifer met Cooke in 2018. According to People, Jennifer wasn’t really interested in marriage at the time.
Until sparks fly with the art dealer.
“I just met Cooke and I wanted to marry him,” Jennifer revealed on the Naked with Catt Sadler podcast.
Not one to appear too moody, the actress joked: “He’s my best friend, so I want to legally tie him to me forever.”
Over a month ago, Jennifer celebrated the theatrical release of her latest film – a raunchy R-rated comedy, No Hard Feelings, which premiered in theaters on June 23.
Within the first two weeks of its worldwide release, No Hard Feelings successfully reached the $50 million mark worldwide and received popular praise, according to Collider.
The film is expected to become the highest-grossing R-rated original studio comedy since the 2019 film Good Boys – also directed by Gene Stupnitsky.
In the film, Lawrence plays a bartender – who drives Uber part-time to make money – desperate to make money so she doesn’t lose her late mother’s house that she grew up in.
After her car is towed, she responds to a Craigslist ad from helicopter parents offering a car in exchange for a nice girl to hang out with their 19-year-old son before he goes off to college.
However, their prudish and proper son – played by Andrew Barth Feldman – proves to be more of a challenge than expected and she slowly runs out of time.