They will soon become first-time parents.
Apparently Jennifer Lawrence and her husband Cook Maroney are now looking for a new nesting house in New York City.
On Friday, the 31-year-old star was photographed pregnant in a heavy pose with antiques dealer Cooke, 37, and a real estate agent as properties were shown around the East Village area.
What day is now! Pregnant Jennifer Lawrence shows off her massive bump as she and husband Cook Maroney search for a home in New York City on Friday before the arrival of their first child together.
The Hunger Games actress looked chic and relaxed in a dark green maternity dress and a pair of flats.
It is said that Jennifer will give birth sometime this month or early next year.
In August last year, she finally emptied her luxury Manhattan home for $9.9 million, which was originally listed for $15.45 million.
Nesting House Hunt: On Friday, the 31-year-old starlet was photographed pregnant in a heavy pose with antiques dealer Cooke, 37, and a real estate agent as properties were shown around her in the East Village
Not so long now: Jennifer is said to give birth sometime this month or early next year
DRESSED TO COMFORT: The Hunger Games actress looked elegant and relaxed in a dark green maternity dress and a pair of flats
Moving around the city: The star was seen getting into an SUV while viewing properties
I replaced this property with a new $22 million home in Manhattan’s West Village.
It’s unclear if Jane is now planning to sell this property, or if she’s just looking to add to her real estate portfolio.
It’s a busy time for the pregnant star, who is in the middle of promoting her new movie Don’t Look, which also stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep.
During a lively appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this month, the actress was asked what she has done “in the past three years” during her hiatus from acting.
Taking a breather: The expectant mother — whose last feature film was 2018 spy thriller Red Sparrow — was promoting her new film Don’t Look For
The designer’s home: Above is the brand-new Manhattan home that J-Law reportedly bought for $22 million last October.
Looking at her baby bump, she joked, “I’ve had so much sex.”
The host replied: That’s good for you. It’s good for you.’
Jennifer quickly insisted she was “joking” before opening up about her more innocent ways of passing the time.
The Pregnant Mother – whose last feature film was the 2018 spy thriller Red Sparrow – added: ‘I’m kidding. Um, I just cooked a little. The epidemic happened and then I cooked and cleaned a lot.
And after Stephen pondered what the Silver Linings Playbook star would do if she retired from show business, she revealed that she had an ideal job in mind.
Big Decisions: The couple seemed to be considering options while out with a realtor
Is it time to sell? J-Law owns several properties in New York City but looks like it might move again
Operation: The movie star is seen talking to a real estate agent while they’re walking around Manhattan
She said, ‘I think I’d be a really good housekeeper. No, I really do. I make a mess, but I’m really good at cleaning it up. I can attack Chaos.
The Joy star also gave insight into the filming of her new dark satirical movie – which also starred DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance and Cate Blanchett – with COVID protocols and even dental accidents after losing veneers, resulting in the show “Fang”, but thanks to special effects she was able to edit it .
She revealed: “I lost it and couldn’t go to the dentist because of COVID. Thank God for the Netflix money.
Jennifer revealed that the crew would call star Meryl Streep “the goat” during filming, and the big-screen icon didn’t know what she meant.
She added, “We were taking pictures and I said, something like ‘goats’ and Meryl kind of said, ‘Yeah, that’s right just tell the old goats where to go. “
And I was like, ‘Meryl, did you know goats mean the greatest of all time?’ And she was like, “Oh!” I said, “We didn’t just call you a goat.”
Pace with caution: The couple is seen taking caution while crossing a busy street in New York City