J-Law shows off bump in green mini dress

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Photo credit: Tommaso Boddi - Getty Images
Photo credit: Tommaso Boddi - Getty Images

Jennifer Lawrence looked incredible as she showed off her blossoming bump at the Don’t Look Up screening in Los Angeles during the week. The 31-year-old Oscar-winning actress, currently pregnant with her first child, attended the event with the cast of her movie for a screening and Q&A on Wednesday, November 17.

Wearing a green high-neck mini dress, the Hunger Games sensation was a vision as she showed off her blossoming baby bump. She paired the look with a silver hoop earring, and a contrasting pair of pink strappy heels, with a chunky sole. With her hair down and tousled, J-Law was glowing as she posed next to Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep for their new sci-fi-themed movie, that will be out next month.

Photo credit: Tommaso Boddi - Getty Images
Photo credit: Tommaso Boddi - Getty Images

J-Law and her husband Cooke Maroney, are currently expecting their first child together. The pair became engaged in February 2019, before they got wed eight months later in Rhode Island in the autumn. Just a matter of weeks ago, in September 2021, it was confirmed that the pair were expecting their first child together.

The brand new upcoming Netflix film Don't Look Up, will be dropping onto the streaming platform on December 24 – just in time for Christmas – and will see J-Law head up one of lead roles. Jennifer will play Kate Dibiasky, an astronomy student, while Leonardo will play her professor, Dr. Randall Mindy. The movie sees the pair make a discovery of a comet orbiting within the solar system, which happens to be on a direct collision course with Earth.

Don't Look Up has a star-studded cast that features the likes of Ariana Grande, Cate Blanchett and Timothée Chalamet – along with a whole host of even more famous faces. For everything we know about Don't Look Up so far, click here.

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