Jennifer Lawrence looks happy to be in a relationship again.
"They looked very comfortable", the insider revealed.
Jennifer Lawrence reportedly has a new boyfriend-and unlike her famous exes Darren Aronofsky and Nicholas Hoult-he's not in Hollywood. He's known to be seen at high-end art openings around NY and formerly worked at the famed Gagosian gallery.More news: India v/s Bangladesh Women's Asia Cup final T20
Although the twosome have yet to confirm their romance, Page Six TV reports that they have been seeing each other for "a few weeks".
The publication further reported that Maroney works within the NY art world and happens to represent a few high profile clients-such a Lena Dunham's dad. 'But they have been very private and careful not to be seen together'.
Lawrence, who ended her one year relationship with movie director Darren Aronofsky back in October, is said to be dating a NY art gallerist.
The two said the end of their relationship was due to being "at different places in their lives". The "Mother!" actress and director split in late 2017 after a year of dating.More news: Justin Trudeau: We won't be pushed around by Trump
We just got to wait for her JLaw to officially release a statement. However, it appears that Lawrence and Aronofsky have remained good friends.
Despite her failed romances, Lawrence suggested she has been fortunate in the dating department. The two dated for about a year, but only had their first public debut during the Venice Film Festival photocall of mother!
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