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Jennifer Lawrence Marries Cooke Maroney In Lavish Rhode Island Wedding

Jennifer Lawrence Marries Cooke Maroney In Lavish Rhode Island Wedding
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Oct. 21 2019, Updated 3:23 a.m. ET

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Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney are officially a married couple, RadarOnline.com can report.

The couple wed on Saturday, October 19, at the Belcourt of Newport, a luxurious estate in Rhode Island.

Designed in 1894, the chateau was inspired by King Louis XIII’s Versailles, France hunting lodge. 

The Hunger Games star, 29, and Maroney, 34, exchanged vows in front of 150 of their close friends and family.

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As Radar previously reported, Lawrence's famous friends arrived in Rhode Island for the festivities. Adele, Cameron Diaz, Nicole Richie, Joel Madden and Kris Jenner were few of the celebrities spotted.

Sienna Miller and Lawrence's Silver Linings Playbook co-star Bradley Cooper were also believed to be among the guests.

Ahead of the big day, the group celebrated with a rehearsal dinner at Scarpetta at Gurney’s Newport Resort & Marina.

Lawrence gushed about the art gallery director on the NAKED With Catt Sandler podcast. “He’s my best friend, so I wanted to legally bind myself to him forever,” she said. “And fortunately, the paperwork exists for such a thing. It’s the greatest.” 

The two got engaged in February after less than a year of dating.

Lawrence has had other boyfriends, but nothing lasted until she met Maroney.

Last month, on September 16, wedding rumors spread after Page Six first reported the actress and her art dealer love were spotted at New York City’s marriage bureau.

An onlooker later told Radar what he witnessed that day.

“They were at the counter kissing,” an onlooker told Radar exclusively. “They seemed really happy!”

They also appeared to exchange rings, the eyewitness claimed.

“The cameraman was with them taking photos of their interactions, and a woman was talking with them,” the onlooker said, adding that the group was at the downtown Manhattan building for about a half hour.

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