Anne Hathaway of 'Modern Love' Flaunts Baby Bump in Gorgeous White Outfit after Her Baby Shower
Anne Hathaway flaunts her baby bump, amongst her fans on social media, in a gorgeous white dress after celebrating a low-key baby shower at her New York residence last week.
The actress took to Instagram to flaunt her baby bump in an exquisite white dress. The off-white peplum blouse off-white flowed down her waist into a high-low hemline.
The actress paired the beautiful ensemble with bright white trousers complete with gold accessories. She later walked the red carpet of the "Modern Love" premier in the gorgeous outfit.
THE BABY SHOWER
Apparently, the Hollywood star is welcoming the baby with a bang! The "Interstellar" actress came home last Saturday to be surprised by a baby shower. An insider told "E! News":
"It was a surprise baby shower! Anne walked in, and everyone yelled 'Surprise.' She looked completely shocked and put her hand over her mouth then her face."
The "Modern Love" star was sported an off-shoulder navy blue dress and accessorized with a gold butterfly necklace for the occasion. During the celebration, she was spotted "rubbing her hands on her pregnant belly," all the while smiling at her guests including her co-star from the sci-fi movie "Intersteller," Jessica Chastain.
HATHAWAY NOT REVEALING THE BABY'S GENDER
"She hugged one of her friends and said 'You guys are so good!'" the insider added. Although Hathaway seems to know the gender of the baby, she has chosen to keep it under wraps. Even in the baby shower, there was "no sign if it's a girl or a boy," said the source.
In a recent interview on "Live with Kelly and Ryan," Hathaway dodged the questions from the hosts when asked about the gender of her expected newborn. However, when guest Liza Koshy pointed out her pink outfit, the mom-to-be reacted with a laugh and said, "It's a great color!"
The Oscar winner had announced her pregnancy in an Instagram post on July 24. In the post, she showed off her baby bump in a monochrome mirror selfie. Alongside the snap, she wrote, "It's not for a movie... #2"
HATHAWAY'S STRUGGLE WITH PREGNANCY
The "Hustle" actress went on to sympathize with everyone suffering through infertility and pregnancy issues and came forth with her own experience of pregnancy struggles. She said:
"All kidding aside, for everyone going through infertility and conception hell, please know it was not a straight line to either of my pregnancies. Sending you extra love."
With her post, she addressed how life is not always perfect and showed "extra love" for anyone going through a rough patch.