Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most accomplished actresses in all of Hollywood, having acted in films such as The Hunger Games, Silver Linings Playbook, and more. Lawrence is also married to Cooke Maroney, who is a gallery director. Jennifer Lawrence recently disclosed the name and gender of her 6-month-old son whom she welcomed with Cooke.

Lawrence revealed in her Vogue cover story for October 2022 that she gave birth to a baby boy Cy in February. Cy Twombly, a favorite artist of her husband Cooke Maroney, was the inspiration behind the baby’s name. When they welcomed the child, the Oscar winner said that it was as though her whole existence started over, referring to that moment as her new “day one.”

I just stared. I was just so in love. Newborns are just so amazing. They’re these pink, swollen, fragile little survivors. Now I love all babies. … My heart has stretched to a capacity that I didn’t know about.

Lawrence, on the other hand, was ready to be so forgiving of herself if she did not hit it off with her infant right away. The “Hunger Games” actor revealed that although she became pregnant before having her kid, she needed a D&C due to a miscarriage. Lawrence had already had a pregnancy loss; in her early 20s, she had a miscarriage alone in Montreal.

The “Mother!” actor, who recently returned from a two-year acting break, thinks motherhood will now have an impact on the projects she pursues. Lawrence stated to Vanity Fair last year that she had no intention of making her child’s life public. The sex of Lawrence’s child was revealed by Ellen DeGeneres in May of the following year. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more stories and updates.

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