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Thursday 18 September 2014

Anne Hathaway's ex 'was very much in love'

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway's ex Raffaello Follieri has revealed that the former couple "were talking about marriage."

The Italian businessman was recently released from a US federal prison after serving a three and a half year sentence for wire fraud, conspiracy and money laundering.

When Raffaello was arrested in 2008 for the crimes, his four-year relationship with Anne ended immediately.

Raffaello regrets losing his love.

"We were talking about marriage," he told People magazine. "I was very much in love with her."

Raffaello feels remorseful about his poor decisions, but he is committed to moving on with his life.

"I thought my life was over [when I was first incarcerated]," he shared. "But I learned to survive by focusing on getting through one day at a time. I'm not a saint. But I'm not the devil."

After splitting from Raffaelo, Anne began dating actor Adam Shulman. The actress and Adam announced their engagement to wed in November 2011.

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