Hunger Games Star Jennifer Lawrence Marries Cooke Maroney

Jennifer Lawrence

It’s official, folks! Hunger Games star, Jennifer Lawrence is off the market after she married Cooke Maroney over the weekend.

A big congratulations is to be given to the delightful Jennifer Lawrence. Over the weekend she married her partner of a year, Cooke Maroney. The wedding took place on Saturday (Sunday Australian time) in Newport, Rhode Island at Belcourt Castle.

The event was attended by 150 of the couple’s nearest and dearest including A-list celebrities. The guest list included the likes of Kris Jenner and her partner, Corey Gamble, Emma Stone, Ashley Olsen, and Sienna Miller. How the hell do they know the KaJenner clan?

Anyway, before Maroney, Lawrence has been linked to fellow X-Men star, Nicholas Hoult whom she dated for five years and Cold Play’s Chris Martin. She was even linked to director Darren Aronofsky prior to her new husband.

According to Lawrence, her meeting with Cooke was love at first sight. Here’s what she said on the NAKED Podcast in June:

I just met Cooke, and I wanted to marry him. We wanted to marry each other. We wanted to commit fully. And, you know, he’s my best friend. I feel very honoured to become a Maroney.

It’s unknown if the Jennifer will take her husband’s name, but she may go down the same path as fellow X-Men star, Sophie Turner. The former Game of Thrones actress took her husband, Joe Jonas’s name but uses her own last name for work purposes as everyone knows who she is.

We could not be happier for Jennifer Lawrence and her new hubby. We hope we get wedding pictures soon! It would be awesome to see that Dior wedding gown!

Congrats, Jen and Cooke! We hope you both have a happy future ahead of you!

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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