Jennifer Lawrence has revealed her baby boy's name!
While she preferred to focus on her own experiences in motherhood so far, the Don't Look Up actress shares that she welcomed a baby boy named Cy. The little one was named after Cy Twombly, a postwar American painter that is one of husband Cooke Maroney's favorites.
"I mean the euphoria of Cy is just — Jesus, it's impossible," Lawrence says. "I always tell him, 'I love you so much it's impossible.' "
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Lawrence admits that motherhood has mystified her a bit so far. "My heart has stretched to a capacity that I didn't know about. I include my husband in that," she says.
"And then they're both just, like, out there—walking around, crossing streets. He's gonna drive one day. He's gonna be a stupid teenager and be behind the wheel of a car," she continues. "And I'm just gonna be like, Good night! You know? Like, who sleeps?"
Elsewhere in the interview, Lawrence shares, "The morning after I gave birth, I felt like my whole life had started over."
"Like, 'Now is day one of my life.' I just stared. I was just so in love," she says. "I also fell in love with all babies everywhere. Newborns are just so amazing. They're these pink, swollen, fragile little survivors. Now I love all babies. Now I hear a baby crying in a restaurant and I'm like, 'Awwww, preciousssss.' "
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Lawrence said in Vanity Fair's December issue that she hopes to "protect" her child's "privacy" as much as possible.
"If I was at a dinner party, and somebody was like, 'Oh, my God, you're expecting a baby,' I wouldn't be like, 'God, I can't talk about that. Get away from me, you psycho!' But every instinct in my body wants to protect their privacy for the rest of their lives, as much as I can," she said.
"I don't want anyone to feel welcome into their existence," Lawrence added. "And I feel like that just starts with not including them in this part of my work."