Jennifer Lawrence’s dress divides British anti-abortion activists

Jennifer Lawrence couldn’t have looked happier at a black-tie premiere of her upcoming movie “Don’t Look Up” at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Friday night.

The Oscar-winning actress was glowing at the event in a gold Dior Couture gown decorated with bows.

One of the most stunning appearances by an A-list actress this awards season, she shone alongside co-stars Carey Mulligan and Isabelle Huppert.

The low-cut dress drew criticism earlier this month from the British beauty industry.

It was criticized by anti-abortion campaigners because of the dress’ high neckline. Lawrence is expecting her first child with her new husband Cooke Maroney, a 24-year-old Brit.

“It’s an awful situation to be in — you have your whole life ahead of you, what should be a joyous time, just a normal pregnancy and to have people make these types of judgments,” Lawrence said in an interview with Vogue magazine last month.

Lawrence also won high praise from Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri who chose her for the red carpet.

“Even though we aren’t really acquainted, we noticed we had the same heart. Which makes us very happy, and also jealous,” Chiuri said.

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