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Anne Hathaway: I relax with pizza

Published 28/09/2015

Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway

Oscar-winning star Anne Hathaway finds it difficult to balance her career and personal life.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Actress Anne Hathaway loves nothing more than slobbing out in sweatpants and eating pizza when she isn't working.

The 32-year-old star has been praised for her performance skills, previously bagging an Oscar for her role as prostitute Fantine in 2012 movie Les Misérables. But as soon as there's free time in her busy schedule, Anne utilises it to relax to the max.

"I think to balance work and your personal life is hard for everybody whatever you do," she told reporters from the UK premiere of her new film The Intern on Sunday (27Sept15), according to Britain's Daily Star newspaper.

"With acting it may be a little bit different because when you are working you are so on it and then when you are not working you are so in your sweatpants eating pizza."

That's not to say Anne tires of her successful career and she's fully aware that others have it worse than she does. While she and her husband Adam Shulman are yet to have any children together, the brunette beauty does understand how tricky it must be to strike harmony between work and family.

"(Others have it harder) in that they have to get to an office everyday and pick their kids up and make sure everyone is eating OK," she added.

In The Intern Anne plays fashion boss Jules Ostin, who gives Robert De Niro's widower Ben Whittaker an internship at her company. The characters form an unlikely bond and Anne was so won over by her co-star's alter ego, she wishes he was real.

"Wouldn't it be nice if we all had someone to talk to like Ben," she smiled.

"Someone who has been through it all and is there to comfort you... Ooh that would be lovely."

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