Anne Hathaway opens up about ‘complicated’ journey to motherhood as she reveals hope to have third child

Anne Hathaway has spoken out about the challenges she has faced with her fertility, and she has expressed a wish to have a third child. Anne Hathaway, winner of an Academy Award, has spoken publicly about the “difficult” path she took to become a mother.

The 39-year-old star of The Princess Diaries is already the ecstatic mother of two little boys, Jonathan, age five, and Jack, age two, whom she shares with her actor-producer husband of nine years, Adam Shulman, age forty.

She expressed her intention to have a third kid while appearing on the cover of WSJ Magazine and told the outlet, “I could see us going for another one.” There is this pattern of portraying getting pregnant and having kids in a single light, as if they share a common, pleasant quality. However, based on my personal experiences, I am aware that the situation is significantly more complicated than that.

“When you find out that your pain is shared by others, you just think, I just feel that is beneficial information to have so that I’m not lonely in my agony,” she continued. “You just think, I just feel it is helpful information to have so that I’m not isolated in my pain.” What exactly is there to be embarrassed of, if anything? This is grief, and unfortunately, it’s an inevitable part of life.

When Hathaway announced that she was expecting her second child on Instagram in 2019, she also mentioned that she had experienced difficulties conceiving. She captioned the picture that she uploaded to her Instagram account showing off her growing baby belly with the following: “It’s not for a movie…

#2 In all seriousness, I want anyone who is struggling with infertility or having trouble conceiving to know that none of my pregnancies was the result of a straightforward path to motherhood. Sending you extra love.”

Hathaway, who will next be seen starring in Apple TV+’s new eight-part series WeCrashed in which she plays real-life disgraced WeWork chief brand/impact officer Rebekah Neumann, also spoke about how motherhood had changed her as a person, saying, “I didn’t feel fully landed and fully here until I was a mom.” Hathaway will next be seen starring in Apple TV+’s new eight-part series WeCrashed. Even though it’s not like I lacked integrity before, that experience made me want to be entirely, totally, and totally true to my word. And it meant putting an end to any foolishness that I was running through my head at the time.”

She also mentioned that she planned to host a joint birthday celebration with her old college buddies who will all be celebrating around the same time. She said this while remaining mysterious about the approaching significant birthday she will be celebrating.

Author: Tayyab Aftab

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