Jennifer Lawrence to marry Cooke Maroney in Rhode Island

Jennifer Lawrence to marry Cooke Maroney in Rhode Island”

Jennifer Lawrence, who is known for her stunning red carpet looks has opted for which fashion label to design her wedding couture is still unknown.

Jennifer Lawrence and her fiancée Cooke Maroney arrived on Rhode Island Friday evening for their rehearsal dinner, People reported.

The couple will be marrying on Saturday at the luxurious Belcourt at Newport estate in Newport.

They hosted 140 guests at an extravagant clambake underneath a white tent on Rose Island, according to People.

Kris Jenner, a good friend of the actress, was seen arriving at Rhode Island earlier on Friday and taking a boat to the venue, and Adele was later spotted arriving at the rehearsal dinner.

Kris Jenner, who's been prolonged-time friends with Lawrence, used to be additionally noticed in the neighborhood of the rehearsal dinner clambake.

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Rumored guests also include Lawrence's Silver Linings Playbook costar Bradley Cooper, Nicole Richie and Joel Madden.

Jennifer and Cooke flew in on a private jet from NY, and were seen hopping into an SUV to take them on to their destination.

According to E! News, the couple will exchange vows in front of 150 family and friends at the Belcourt of Newport, which is owned by a close friend of Adele's. It is now home to Carolyn Rafaelian, CEO of Alex and Ani, who took on restoring the property in 2012, according to Forbes.

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The Oscar-winning actress previously revealed she wanted to marry Maroney, director at the Gladestone Gallery in NY, as soon as they met, even though she said wasn't really looking to settle down before she began dating him. Is he nice? Is he kind?

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