Anne Hathaway Is Pregnant With First Child

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‘She is feeling great!’ Anne Hathaway ‘expecting her first child’ with husband Adam Shulman.

All those who hate on Anne Hathaway because she is ‘way too perfect’, have got another reason to feel jealous. Oscar-winning Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway and her husband, producer Adam Shulman, are expecting their first child, according to the website of celebrity news outlet E!The 33-year-old Les Miserables star first sparked speculation that she may be expecting when she was pictured in a black dress at the premiere of The Intern in London back in September.Anne Hathaway, that most loved-but-hated-but-loved of Hollywood stars, is apparently pregnant with her first child and the internet, predictably, can’t get enough.

And back in 2012 during a panel discussion that included Naomi Watts, Helen Hunt, Amy Adams, Rachel Weisz, Marion Cotillard and Sally Field the newlywed told the Hollywood Reporter: “I’m the only one that’s not a mother. With admirable confidence, celebrity gossip network E! quoted two unnamed sources saying the actress, who recently turned 33 and admitted to being cyber bullied after winning an academy award in 2014, “is preparing for the role of a lifetime: motherhood!” with her husband, Adam Shulman. “Anne is in her second trimester and feeling great!” one source gushed to E! In an interview she had earlier this year, Anne revealed how much she desires to be a mother and that she and Adam are actually very keen to start a family. “I think about it all the time, though it’s a silly thing to think about because the kind of mother I’ll be depends on the kind of children I have.

I hope to join the ranks soon.’ ‘I gotta get on it, you know?’ she said. ‘I’d like to have as many as I can afford, not just financially but in terms of time, because you want to make sure each one feels special. ‘I’ve had one goal in mind for the past 12 years, which is: get a movie, get a movie, get a movie. The study of mice, published in the journal Nature Communication, found that a particular protein called sLR11 (also found in humans) prevents fat cells from releasing energy and therefore our ability to lose weight. It’s further confirmation that, inasmuch as there is an epidemic of people eating too much in general and certainly too much of the wrong thing, there are more pieces to the obesity puzzle. They are findings that have implications for all of us, says Associate Professor Amanda Salis​, from the University of Sydney’s Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise & Eating Disorders. “It also reinforces the importance of acting to reverse any weight gains as soon as feasibly possible, to help prevent possible changes in physiology – such as secretion of this sLR11 protein – that can make it harder for you to lose the weight in the longer term.” “On the upside, the research also suggests that losing weight could induce changes in the body (such as a reduction in secretion of the sLR11 protein) that promote further weight loss and facilitate weight maintenance. “It’s the old adage of ‘success breeds success’.

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