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Thursday 24 April 2014

Anne Hathaway: I want a baby

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway has hinted she will start a family as soon as she and her husband work out where to live.

The Hollywood star married Adam Shulman in September and she's been open about how much she would love to become a mother in the past.

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Anne implies she is almost ready to have a child.

"I'm thinking about that because I really want to have a baby, and my husband and I are like, 'Where are we gonna live?'" she said.

The star took part in the interview with several other top actresses, including Amy Adams, Marion Cotillard and Sally Field.

Amy has two-year-old daughter Aviana with her partner Darren Le Gallo and admits she sometimes struggles with the effect her fame has on the toddler.

"I am going to get in an altercation with the paparazzi. It's going to happen. They keep focusing on my child. You guys are mothers. How do you handle it? Because I need to calm down. I have a really bad temper. I need to learn how to control myself," she said.

Marion quickly replied: "Come to France! We have laws!"

Sally, 66, opened up about how the industry has changed since she started acting. While she doesn't enjoy being followed by photographers and worries about how that affects young stars' lives, there are other aspects of the career she is glad to say goodbye to.

"It's just such a different world. I've been here for 50 years, in the business. They had fan magazines, and they would set up young stars on these dates with people you didn't know, you didn't like. Recently, I was going through stuff, and I got horrified. I was doing this at 17, 18, 19, 20," she admitted.

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