When Jennifer Lawrence initially met Cooke Maroney, she wasn’t considering tying the knot. However, he completely changed her life.
The pair met at the start of 2018.
The actress claimed she quickly realized she intended to be with Maroney forever.
The art gallery director proposed after less than a year of dating.
Lawrence jokingly said, “He’s my best friend. Therefore I want to link him to me forever. “Fortunately, the necessary paperwork already exists. It is the best. When you meet your favorite person on earth, you exclaim, “You can’t leave!” I wanted to accept that offer, so.”
Although most of their relationship has been kept private, there is still a lot to learn.
Maroney Was Raised In Vermont Before Enrolling At New York University
Maroney was born in 1985 in New York City, but his family moved to Leicester, Vermont when he was just two years old.
On their 775 acres of land, the couple started Oliver Hill Farm in 1990, where they have taken care of hundreds of animals and are currently running a bed and breakfast.
Maroney moved to the Big Apple as a teenager and enrolled at New York University to study art history.
In New York City, He Manages An Art Gallery
Following in the footsteps of his father, James, formerly an art dealer and the head of American paintings at Christie’s auction house, Maroney has spent most of his career working in the arts.
Maroney is the Director-At-Large of Gladstone Gallery, a chain of galleries that features works by artists such as Carroll Dunham, Richard Prince, Anish Kapoor, and Matthew Barney.
Maroney recently held a position at the renowned Gagosian gallery network, which hosts international exhibitions of well-known contemporary art in Rome, London, and Hong Kong.