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Aerie Model Iskra Lawrence and Boyfriend Philip Payne Welcome First Child: 'Baby P Has Arrived'
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Aerie Model Iskra Lawrence and Boyfriend Philip Payne Welcome First Child: 'Baby P Has Arrived'

Family of three! Iskra Lawrence has welcomed her first child with boyfriend Philip Payne. The Aerie model, 29, announced the happy news on Sunday, as she shared that they were all “safe and well and just in heaven.” “I have no idea how to even think right now let alone ‘do an announcement post’ but I feel so close to so many of you – you’ve been my online fam for so many years and I’m beyond overwhelmed to tell you baby P has arrived,” she wrote, noting that for now, she’d be taking some time time off. “Me and daddy @philipapayne are taking time to be in awe that we are now a family of three and when I’m ready I cannot wait to share more details with you all on my home birth and this tiny human that we love beyond measure. I cannot thank you all enough of the love and support through th...
Jennifer Lawrence Speaks Out from Her House During Coronavirus to Urge Support for Voting-at-Home Access
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Jennifer Lawrence Speaks Out from Her House During Coronavirus to Urge Support for Voting-at-Home Access

Jennifer Lawrence is speaking out this week while social distancing during the novel coronavirus pandemic to urge people to support vote-at-home measures to increase election participation, even while millions of people are staying indoors. “First and foremost, I want to give my heartfelt sympathies to everyone who’s been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and my deepest gratitude to the emergency responders and health care workers who are risking their health every day,” the Oscar winner, 29, says in a new video, shared exclusively with PEOPLE. Lawrence, who married art dealer Cooke Maroney in October, recorded the clip at home; she — like many — is currently following the best guidelines about avoiding public to slow new infections of the respiratory illness. “The best thing we can do ...