Anne Hathaway NOT Banning Pregnancy Questions While Promoting New Movie, Despite Report
Anne Hathaway is not banning all pregnancy questions during the promotion of her upcoming movie The Intern, despite a new tabloid report. A rep for Hathaway tells Gossip Cop exclusively that the story is, “Complete BS.”
Hathaway has been married to Adam Shulman since September 2012, but the couple don’t have children yet. According to Star, Hathaway is allegedly using her star power to make sure no reporters bug her about baby questions while she’s doing press for her new movie. The tabloid quotes an alleged “member of her PR team,” as revealing, “She’s banned all pregnancy questions from upcoming interviews. She wants to talk about The Intern, not her personal life.” The so-called “insider” adds that Hathaway supposedly finds baby talk sexist because journalists wouldn’t ask a childless male star about starting a family.
The tabloid takes things even further, claiming Hathaway has been telling friends and family to stop asking if she’s becoming a mom anytime soon. “She got so tired of people bugging her and Adam that she freaked out and told everyone in her life to mind their own business,” alleges the “source,” who adds that even Hathaway’s “parents aren’t allowed to ask” about potential babies.
A rep for Hathaway tells Gossip Cop that there’s no such ban, and that the tabloid’s story is “complete BS.”