Hathaway Denies Pregnancy Following Golden Globes Win
Amid rumors talks of her being pregnant right in the midst of award season, Golden Globe winner Anne Hathaway denied she is expecting her first child with husband Adam Shulman.
While rumored talks of her being pregnant during award season continue to circulate, Golden Globe winner Anne Hathaway denied she is expecting her first child with husband Adam Shulman.
Her spokesperson Stephen Huvane told MailOnline that "she's not pregnant" and the 30-year-old showed no hint of a baby bump at Sunday's Golden Globes ceremony. In a white strapless embellished two-piece Chanel Couture outfit that had a slight peplum waist detail, she took home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in "Les Miserables," beating fellow nominees Sally Field, Amy Adams and others.
Guiliana Rancic, the E! News host of "Countdown to the Red Carpet" on Sunday, speculated twice that the newlywed was pregnant. As Hathaway walked the red carpet, Rancic said, "Rumors are that Anne Hathaway may be pregnant."
"That's the buzz on the street right now, which, if true that may be the ultimate award season good luck charm," she added. "Just ask Natalie Portman who two years swept the award season for her work in Black Swan while she was pregnant with her first child. Also Rachel Weisz had a bump while picking up hardware for The Constant Gardener in 2006 and Catherine Zeta Jones in 2003, who was just about ready to pop..."
Hathaway lost 25 pounds for "Les Miserables," which came out in theaters Dec. 25. She married actor and jewelry designer Shulman a few months ago in Big Sur in a Valentino wedding gown she helped design.
Glamour magazine featured her on the cover of their January 2013 issue and in her interview, Hathaway spoke about being thin in Hollywood and worrying about her body image.
"I still feel the stress over 'Am I thin enough? Am I too thin? Is my body the right shape?' " she said. "There's an obsessive quality to it that I thought I would've grown out of by now. It's an ongoing source of shame for me."