The actress was at the Broadway opening of Sea Wall/A Life and donned a stunning pink cut-out dress, paired with a rose clutch and metallic heels.
Hathaway shared on Instagram that, sewn into the inside of the dress, is a sweet nod to her baby-to-be.
Maxwell stitched a small tag that reads, “Anne +1” underneath the label. Hathaway took to Instagram to share the dress’s secret with her followers. “As if it wasn’t enough you custom-made me and the bump a knockout dress,” her caption begins, “you put this tag in it. Thank you, new friend.”
Hathaway first announced her pregnancy on Instagram in July, sharing a bump selfie with the caption, “It’s not for a movie…#2.”
On social media and during interviews, Hathaway has been open about the fact that she and her husband, Adam Shulman, had trouble getting pregnant. “All kidding aside, for everyone going through infertility and conception hell, please know it was not a straight line to either of my pregnancies,” she shared with her fans. “Sending you extra love.”
“I didn’t just wave a magic wand and be like, ‘I want to be pregnant and, wow, it all worked out for me.’ It’s more complicated than that,” she continued.
The actress shared that when she posted about her pregnancy, she was conscientious of the fact that some of her fans might have felt isolated by the news. “I just wanted to them to know they have a sister in me,” she said. “Our sisterhood is amazing, and we were kept from each other for a really long time because I think we were kept from our own stories. And we get to decide where the silence lives and where it goes away.”
Hathaway and Shulman married in 2012 and had their first child, son Jonathan, in 2016.
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