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Jennifer Lawrence told Robert De Niro to 'go home' ahead of incredibly 'stressful' wedding day

Jennifer Lawrence told Robert De Niro to 'go home' ahead of incredibly 'stressful' wedding day

The No Hard Feelings actor admitted she didn't want De Niro around as she prepared to get married

Jennifer Lawrence admitted she told Robert De Niro to 'go home' ahead of what turned out to be a 'stressful' wedding day.

Lawrence, 33, tied the knot with her husband, Cooke Maroney, in 2019 at a mansion in Newport, Rhode Island.

The wedding came just over a year after Lawrence and Maroney met through a mutual friend in the spring of 2018, meaning the pair only had a matter of months to plan their big day.

Lawrence reflected on her wedding day on Sunday (7 December), when she spoke to E! News at the Golden Globes.

While many brides remember their wedding day as the best day of their lives, Lawrence had a slightly different view as she described being a bride as 'awful'.

"It's so stressful. You're not having fun. You're just like, 'Is that person having fun?'" she said.

"I'll never forget—I was freaking out about the guests being cold," she continued, "and all of my friends were lying they're like, ‘Nobody's cold, nobody's cold, everything's fine, everything's fine.'"

Jennifer Lawrence married husband Cooke Maroney in 2019.
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Lawrence's guests included some big names like Adele, Amy Schumer, Emma Stone and Kris Jenner, and despite what her friends were telling her, everything was not fine.

Lawrence's mom, Karen, eventually admitted that it was 'freezing', telling her daughter: "Your grandmother almost died."

The stress wasn't limited to the wedding day itself, either, as Lawrence went on to admit that she was just as conscious about guests at her rehearsal dinner.

Robert De Niro was among those lucky enough to have landed an invite to the event, but Lawrence seemed to regret the offer after he turned up.

Jennifer Lawrence she sent De Niro home at the rehearsal dinner.
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She explained: "I looked over and I saw Bob, who doesn't know anybody and he's kind of wandering around, and I immediately was like, ‘No, this isn't what he wants to be doing. I don't want him here'.

"So I went over and whispered, I was like, ‘Go home' and he was nice—he like talked to my parents and was polite—but I was like, 'Go.'"

While De Niro probably could have stuck it out if he wanted to, Lawrence revealed that he succumbed to the bride's wishes and went home.

"That just genuinely made me feel better," the Hunger Games star admitted.

Though her wedding day might not have been the blissful day she'd hoped for, it did mark the start of her family life with Maroney, which has since expanded to include their son, Cy.

Featured Image Credit: Robert Kamau/GC Images/ Roy Rochlin/Getty Images for Tribeca Festival

Topics: Celebrity, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Sex and Relationships, Film and TV