Jennifer Lawrence was photographed pounding the pavement in New York City on Friday with her husband, Cooke Maroney, as the expectant couple looks for a new place to live.
According to the Daily Mail, the heavily pregnant actress, 31, and her art dealer husband, 37, were shown properties in the East Village by their real estate agent.
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As the soon-to-be first-time parents searched for their next home, the Oscar winner wore a dark green maternity dress, a light trench coat, and flats, while Maroney wore olive khakis, a navy polo shirt, and sneakers.
Their home search comes 16 months after Lawrence sold her Manhattan penthouse for $9.9 million after listing it for $15.5 million.
She then bought a brand-new $22 million townhouse in Manhattan’s West Village.
There is no word on whether the actress intends to sell the property or simply add another East Side home to her portfolio.
Lawrence is set to star in the Netflix film “Don’t Look Up,” alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep, after a brief hiatus from the big screen.
Lawrence revealed details about her life in quarantine while promoting the film on “The Late Show.”
“I just had a ton of sex,” she joked before launching into the more mundane aspects of her acting hiatus.
“I cooked a little. I mean, the pandemic happened, then I cooked and I cleaned a lot. I think I would be a really good housekeeper. I mean I make a mess, but I am really good at cleaning it up. I can attack a mess.
“I’ve always found comfort in a schedule and doing something, you know, and being somewhere. And just kind of the comfort of being, you know, on set where the world is one thing and very organized.
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“You know, and there is not like people screaming, and I think coming out of ‘Hunger Games’ and all of that, was nice,” she said.
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