The Princess Diaries, Ella Enchanted, The Devil Wears Prada, Rachel Getting Married, Bride Wars, Love & Other Drugs, Les Misérables, Alice in Wonderland we could go on and on, Anne Hathaway has made the childhood of many and as an adult, she always brings them back home with her impeccable acting, no matter what the genre.
With her films earning over $6.4 billion worldwide, Hathaway is one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actresses. She has won at least one Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and BAFTA awards. Annie, as she is affectionately known by friends, has done a great job following in the footsteps of her stage actress mother, Kate McCauley Hathaway. Let us explore some facts about her private life.
Anne Hathaway Family: Husband, Son
Anne has been married to the actor and jewelry designer Adam Shulman since September 29, 2012. Their date began in November 2008, a few months after Anne ended things with her four-year-old boyfriend Raffaello Follieri. Raffaello Follieri, an Italian real estate developer, was convicted of fraud and sentenced to 4.5 years in prison.
The wedding of Anne and Adam was a traditional Jewish ceremony that took place privately in Big Sur, California and was attended by about 180 guests. Planned by Yifat Oren and Stefanie Cove, Anne wore a dress designed by Valentino Garavani on her big day.
Talking to US Magazine about her romance with Shulman shortly after her engagement, which took place in November 2011, Anne said that she and Shulman got along well right after the meeting, but it took quite a while before they got together. She added that their relationship progressed more quickly after they both realized they were single.
Regarding her ring, Shulman, like a business tycoon, asked that he was traveling with a huge ring designed by Kwiat Heritage.
Anne did not hesitate to rave about it at the slightest chance she got.
When Elle Magazine introduced her to Women In Washington in its April 2017 issue, Anne talked about many things, including her marriage and motherhood – she and Shulman welcomed her first issue, a son named Jonathan Rosebanks in 2016.
Anne explained to Elle that marrying Shulman had changed her ability to be comfortable in the world. Contrary to what she says, the acceptable narrative of this generation is that women do not need anyone, Anne boldly admitted how much she needs her husband and said that his “unique and specific love has changed me.
Ever since she welcomed her son, Anne Hathaway has been passionately campaigning for paid parental leave, which she is pursuing as a UN ambassador of goodwill.
“I can’t believe we don’t already have it,” Anne expressed her disappointment with the issue. Anne has decided to stand up for the cause for four years”.
After giving her speech on International Women’s Day, Anne went to her Instagram account, where she boasts over 9 million supporters, to publish the first photo of her son, where he sees a video of her on a laptop speaking for women’s rights.
We wish the photo was more meaningful, but judging by the good genes of his parents, we are sure that little Johnny would be just as cute later on.
Net Worth: $35 million
Anne is well paid to do what she loves. She has received $5 million each for “Get Smart” (2008) and Bride Wars (2009).
Hathaway made her Forbes debut in 2009 when she was named to the Celebrity 100 list with an annual income of $7 million. She returned when she was ranked 9th on the Forbes list of the world’s highest-paid actresses with a salary of $12 million. Part of her earnings came from her role as a singer in Rio 2 and from advance payments for the sequel to Alice in Wonderland.
In addition to her performances as an actress, Hathaway, like most well-known Hollywood actresses, earns money through sponsorship contracts and her partners such as Bolon Eyewear, Tods, and Lancôme.
Hathaway’s wealth has allowed her the luxury of living in some expensive houses. In 2016, after the birth of their son, Anne and her husband paid $2.55 million for a house on the Upper West Side in Manhattan.
In November 2017, she paid about $2.8 million for a 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom miniature home in Westport, Connecticut.
Name at birth: Anne Jacqueline Hathaway (named after Williams Shakespeare’s wife Anne Hathaway)
Date and place of birth: 12 November 1982/Brooklyn, New York City, United States of America
Parents: Gerald and Kate Hathaway (née McCauley)
Marital status: Married to Adam Shulman
Children: 1 son Johnathan Rosebank
Height: 1.73 m (1.73 ft 8 inch)