As a mother, Anne Hathaway reveals she faced lockdown challenges
Gulf Today|November 30, 2020
Talking about her biggest challenge as a mother during lockdown, Hathaway says it was the ‘laundry’. However, she went on to share how motherhood has provided her with ‘tonnes of opportunities’

Actress Anne Hathaway is also a mother, and the lockdown brought along a set of challenges for her. Hathaway has sons Jonathan and Jack with husband Adam Shulman, and she opened up about motherhood during an interview with a magazine, reports dailymail.co.uk.

“I’m always hesitant to frame things in the realm of challenges because I think it sets a tone. As a mum, I’ve found tonnes of opportunities,” she said.

“There’s obviously a learning curve — you just have to be kind to yourself with that because you do feel like you’re doing everything wrong, especially in the early days. But it’s more than just a challenge,” she added.

The actress also revealed what the coronavirus pandemic has taught her. She said that “the way we live and love is what we’ll be remembered by”.

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