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Anne Hathaway is handling motherhood like 'a boss'

Published 13/05/2016

Adam Shulman and Anne Hathaway
Adam Shulman and Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway is a "gorgeous" mother, according to her husband Adam Shulman.

Actress Anne Hathaway's husband Adam Shulman has heaped praise on his wife's parenting skills.

The couple welcomed son Jonathan Rosebanks on 24 March (16) and nearly two months following the birth, Adam reports Anne doesn't seem to be struggling at all with any aspect of motherhood.

“She always amazes me,” he gushed to People magazine. “As a mother, she is gorgeous.”

Adam, a jewellery designer, recently created a line inspired by his wife's new Disney movie Alice Through the Looking Glass, and now that filming is complete, he is delighted Anne has not signed on to star in any new projects, as he wants them both to commit to family for the foreseeable future.

“My wife was away working and she said, ‘I feel like when I am away I don’t have the light in my life. I miss my family, I miss you, I miss the light in my life'," he explained.

Adam is finding every moment of parenthood with Anne absolutely delightful and he thinks they're off to a great start as mum and dad.

“I love changing diapers! It’s the best,” he smiled. “Every aspect of it is amazing. Every day makes me appreciate her (Hathaway) more."

The couple made its first red carpet appearance since the birth on Thursday (12May16) when Adam accompanied the new mum to the premiere of Alice Through the Looking Glass.

Anne reprises her role as Mirana of Marmoreal, the White Queen, in the sequel to 2010's Alice in Wonderland, which also features the return of her co-stars Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and Mia Wasikowska, who portrays the titular Alice in the Lewis Carroll adaptation.

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