Jennifer Lawrence tied the knot with her fiance – now husband – Cook Maroni.
The couple married on Saturday at a star-studded ceremony in Newport, Rhode Island at Belcourt Castle in front of 150 friends and family.
The guest list included the likes of Adele, Chris Jenner, Nicole Ritchie and wife Joel Madden, Cameron Diaz and Sienna Miller. Emma Stone and Ashley Olson also attended.
The 29-year-old Oscar-winning actress wore Dior while the 34-year-old art gallerist wore a classic tuxedo, sources tell People.
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Lawrence and Maroni first bonded in 201
Although Maroni did not publicly walk the red carpet with Lawrence, she threw herself at him in interviews.
"He's just the best person I've ever met," she told Entertainment Tonight. "It was a very, very easy decision."
While appearing on the Catt Sadler podcast, NAKED, in June Lawrence said, "I just met Cook and wanted to marry him."
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"We wanted to marry another. We wanted to fully commit ourselves. And, you know, he's my best friend. I feel very honored to become a Maroni, "she added.
Lawrence also described her low key attitude to wedding planning." I was not neurotic about it, "she admitted." I'm too lazy to be neurotic. I like to see a dress I liked. I said, "Oh, that's the dress."
But Lawrence admitted she was scared of one thing – her bachelor party.
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"I was crying because I thought I didn't want to do a bachelor party and then at the last moment I decided to do it. Then no one was available because it was the last moment. And then I started crying, "she described. "I don't even know why I'm crying. I didn't know I wanted an bachelor party. I guess I just feel sorry for myself." [Maroney] was like, "Oh god, I don't have to feel sorry for you." "
Lawrence had previously been dating British actor Nicholas Hult from 2010 to 2014, Coldplay musician and frontman Chris Martin from June 2014 until August 2015 and directed by Darren Aronofsky from August 2016 to October 2017