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Jennifer Lawrence flashes a hint of her midriff as she arrives to airport with husband Cooke Maroney

Jennifer Lawrence and her husband, Cooke Maroney, were spotted arriving at JFK Airport in New York City on Sunday afternoon.The 31-year-old actress stayed close to her 38-year-old husband as they made their way through the international travel center.The happy couple, who tied the knot in 2019, are currently the parents of a young child, whose name they have not revealed to the public as of yet. Stepping out: Jennifer Lawrence and her husband, Cooke Maroney, were spotted while arriving at JFK Airport in New York City on Sunday afternoonLawrence stayed comfortable in a white t-shirt and a pair of loose-fitting dark gray sweat pants during the outing.The Hunger Games franchise star rocked a set of high-top white sneakers and kept a sizable bag slung over her right shoulder.

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