Pregnant Jennifer Lawrence goes house-hunting in NYC

Jennifer Lawrence was photographed pounding the sidewalk in New York City on Friday with her husband, Cook Maroney, as the waiting couple searches for potential homes.

The Daily Mail reports that the 31-year-old pregnant actress and her art dealer Hubby, 37, have been offered properties across the East Village by their real estate agent.

The Oscar winner wore a dark green maternity dress, a light trench coat and a pair of flats while Maroney wore an oil khaki shirt, a navy polo shirt and sneakers as the parents searched for their next home soon.

Jennifer Lawrence Cook Maroney is looking for a home in New York City
The Oscar winner, heavily pregnant, wore a dark green maternity dress, a light coat, and a pair of flats.
roca / background
Jennifer Lawrence Cook Maroney House Hunt
The couple is expecting their first child.
roca / background
Jennifer Lawrence
News of Lawrence’s pregnancy first broke in September.
roca / background

The search for their home comes 16 months after Lawrence sold her Manhattan penthouse for $9.9 million after she originally listed it for $15.5 million.

Soon, she bought a new home worth $22 million in West Village in Manhattan.

There is no word on whether the actress plans to sell the property, or simply add an East Side residence to her portfolio.

After a fairly active hiatus from the big screen, Lawrence is set to star in the Netflix movie “Don’t Look Up” alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep.

Jennifer Lawrence Cook Maroney is looking for a home in New York City
Lawrence and Maroney got married in 2019.
roca / background
Jennifer Lawrence Cook Maroney in New York City
Their research comes 16 months after Lawrence sold her Manhattan penthouse for $9.9 million after it was originally listed for $15.5 million.
roca / background
Jennifer Lawrence Cook Maroney
Lawrence currently owns a $22 million country house in Manhattan’s West Village.
roca / background

While promoting the click on “The Late Show,” Lawrence pushed fans with her life under quarantine.

“I had a lot of sex,” she joked, before launching into the milder aspects of her acting hiatus.

“I cooked quite a bit. I mean, the epidemic happened, and then I cooked and cleaned a lot.” “I think I would be a really good housekeeper. I mean I make a mess, but I’m really good at cleaning it up. I can attack the mess.”

“I’ve always found comfort in the schedule and doing something, you know, being somewhere,” she went on. “It’s just kind of a comfort in being, you know, in a location where the world is one thing and very organized,” she said. “You know, and there’s nothing like people screaming, and I think coming out of the ‘Hunger Games’ and all that was great.”

.

Leave a Comment