Jennifer Lawrence Hired Security After Having A Baby Due To ‘Intrusive Thoughts’

Jennifer Lawrence recently opened up about her decision to boost her security after welcoming her 1-year-old son, Cy.

The โ€œNo Hard Feelingsโ€ actor said during a conversation with Kylie Jenner for Interview magazine published on Monday that her feelings toward having security around changed once she welcomed her child.

โ€œI didnโ€™t have that much security before I had a kid but, once I had one, with my intrusive thoughts and anxiety, I wanted us to have security around all the time,โ€ she said.

The actor explained she initially wanted her security team to feel โ€œinvisibleโ€ to her son, but she changed her mind as time progressed.

โ€œOnce they start working for you, itโ€™s like, โ€˜Well, wait. This is a person in our life. Heโ€™s helping us,โ€™โ€ she said about her security. โ€œThatโ€™s not really a good lesson to ignore the person thatโ€™s helping us. Itโ€™s probably better to say, โ€˜Say good morning to Sean. Hi. How are you?โ€™โ€

โ€œWeโ€™ve incorporated them more in our lives, which surprised me,โ€ she continued. โ€œThat wasnโ€™t how I planned it.โ€

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney photographed taking a walk in New York City on August 22, 2023.

Lawrence welcomed Cy in February 2022 with her husband, art gallery director Cooke Maroney.

While pregnant with Cy in November 2021, she told Vanity Fair she wanted to protect her babyโ€™s privacy with โ€œevery instinctโ€ in her body.

โ€œI donโ€™t want anyone to feel welcome into their existence,โ€ the Oscar winner said.

After Cy was born the couple initially kept details about the baby โ€“ such as his birthday, sex or name โ€“ under wraps.

Lawrence later opened up about Cy and motherhood in an interview with Vogue in September 2022.

โ€œI mean the euphoria of Cy is justโ€”Jesus, itโ€™s impossible,โ€ she said. โ€œI always tell him, I love you so much itโ€™s impossible.โ€

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