Anne Hathaway miscarried while feigning pregnancy.

While playing a pregnant character in a play in 2015, Anne Hathaway disclosed that she had miscarried. The 41-year-old actress admitted her first pregnancy “didn’t work out” in an interview with Vanity Fair, adding, “I was doing a play and I had to give birth on stage every night.” Since then, Hathaway has given birth to two kids. She claims that she “pretended everything was fine” during the six-week program. However, she claims that when her friends came to see her backstage, she told them the truth. She said, “It was too much to hold in.”

In the 2015 six-week run of the one-woman off-Broadway drama Grounded, Hathaway portrayed a pilot who becomes pregnant. She had to pretend to give birth every night for the play. Around this period, Hathaway suffered a miscarriage. The Devil Wears Prada actress and her spouse Adam Shulman welcomed their first child, Jonathan, in March 2016. In July 2019, Hathaway revealed her second pregnancy on Instagram. However, she also disclosed her infertility issues in the article. She added, “It’s not for a movie,” with a picture of her growing baby bulge. “Aside from the jokes, I would like to let everyone who is experiencing difficulty conceiving and infertility know that neither of my pregnancies was a direct result of my struggles.

Extra love is being sent your way.” Hathaway gave an explanation of her motivation for penning the post in the interview. “Given the pain I felt while trying to get pregnant,” she stated, “it would’ve felt disingenuous to post something all the way happy when I know the story is much more nuanced than that for everyone.” The statement that she “wasn’t going to feel ashamed” of something that appeared “statistically to actually be quite normal” was made. Hathaway claimed she was shocked to learn how frequent miscarriages are after having her own miscarriage. It also turned out that a lot of her friends had gone through similar things. “Where is this information, I wondered? Why do we feel like we’re alone all the time? That is our point of damage-taking.

I therefore made the decision to discuss it.” She claimed that ladies would frequently approach her in tears for years following her Instagram post. “And I would just hold her, because she was carrying this [pain] around and suddenly it wasn’t all hers anymore.” In November of 2019, Jack, the couple’s second son, was born. “When it did go well for me, having been on the other side of it, where you have to have the grace to be happy for someone, I wanted to let my sisters know, ‘You don’t have to always be graceful,'” she stated. “‘I see you and I’ve been you.'”

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