Jennifer Lawrence ‘ignores’ boyfriend at work

Jennifer Lawrence ‘ignores’ boyfriend at work

NOT TAKING YOUR CALLS: Jennifer Lawrence "ignores" her boyfriend while at work. Photo: Associated Press

Young lovers Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult have found a way to keep their romance alive when they’re both working on location – they ignore one another.

Rather than get upset when a text or phone message isn’t returned, the couple has come up with a plan to avoid the frustrations of trying to keep a long-distance love affair alive and simply give each other the space to work.

Lawrence tells Marie Claire magazine, “When we’re busy, we agree to mutually ignore each other. Not completely, but neither of us gets mad when the other doesn’t text back or call. Life’s super-busy.

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“Obviously you know what they’re doing, and you trust them… At least this way he’s in the same boat as I am – we can go out and have our own lives and know that we have each other.”

And “The Hunger Games” star has no time for jealousy when it comes to her British boyfriend, insisting recent reports suggesting she was unhappy when she discovered Hoult would be starring alongside Kristen Stewart in new movie Equals were way off.

She says, “There was something in a magazine, and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, that’s hilarious,’ because Kristen and I are friends. I actually texted her a picture of it and was like, ‘Just so you know, this is absolutely true.'”

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