Jennifer Lawrence opens up about her two miscarriages for the first time

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    We were able to see her very pregnant at the presentation of ‘Don’t look up’, her last film premiere at the moment, and now Jennifer Lawrence has surprised us with two revelations: the two abortions she has suffered and the statement that the maternity it has made him become a completely new person.

    It has been in an interview in the magazine ‘Vogue’ where he has narrated his tremendous experiences around having a baby. Lawrence confirmed to said medium thathe child she had earlier in the year was a boy named Cy, named after the post-war American painter Cy Twombly, that art director Cooke Maroney, her husband since 2019, likes.

    The ‘Hunger Games’ actress shared that, when she was in her early 20s, she had become pregnant and “I had one hundred percent intention” to have an abortion, but before she underwent the procedure, she miscarried in Montreal, Canada. A long time later, she suffered another miscarriage during the filming of ‘Don’t look up’, when he already wanted to start a family with Maroney, and had to undergo curettage.

    Jennifer Lawrence made this revelation while dealing with the controversial ban on abortion in the United States due to the annulment of the Roe vs. Wade, news that made her extremely angry. “I remember thinking about it a million times while I was pregnant, thinking about the things that were happening to my body. And I had a great pregnancy. I had a very lucky pregnancy. But every second of my life was different. And sometimes it occurred to me: What if they forced me to do this?

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    In the interview, she also explained how motherhood had given her a new life completely different from the previous one. Despite acknowledging that the experience is different for everyone, she had no qualms about saying: “The morning after giving birth, I felt like my whole life had started all over again. As if now was the first day of my life. I stared. She was so in love. I also fell in love with all the babies in the world. Newborns are so amazing. They are those little pink, swollen and fragile survivors. Now I love all babies. Now I hear a baby crying in a restaurant and I think: Awwww, preciousoooo.”

    In the words of the actress, his “heart has been stretched to a capacity unknown to him”, something that she also attributes to her husband. Lawrence also mentioned that since so many of his previous films have been about “my mother and my childhood,” he wonders what will happen now that he’s “witnessing someone else’s childhood,” as well as joking about what his son will tell him. her therapist about her.

    Jennifer Lawrence was born in 1990 in Louisville, Kentucky, into a very conservative family. “I don’t want to belittle my family but [….] how can you raise a daughter from birth and believe that she does not deserve equality? How?”he added.

    Awarded an Oscar for her secondary performance in ‘The Great American Swindle’ and nominated on three other occasions for the golden statuette for Best Actress, tojust completed filming on ‘Causeway’, in which she plays an American soldier who suffers from a brain injury in Afghanistan and struggles to adjust to life back home.