Anne Hathaway has been married for less than a month and she is already thinking about children.
The actress tied the knot with actor, Adam Shulman Sept. 29 in Big Sur, Calif. She tells the Hollywood Reporter in their Nov. 30 issue that she and Shulman are thinking very practically about how to move forward into married life.
“I really want to have a baby, and my husband and I are like, ‘Where are we gonna live?’” she said.
The couple dated for four years prior to their nuptials. After the tumultuous end to her previous relationship with real-estate developer Raffaello Follieri, Hathway was adamant about getting married, a friend told Us Weekly shortly before the wedding.
"Annie wants to get everything done so they can get married and have babies," the source said.
Hathaway told Harper's Bazaar in 2008 that she and Shulman’s relationship was a lot more “mellow” than her previous ones.
"Mellow doesn't always make for a good story, but it makes for a good life," she said then.
In her upcoming film, Les Miserables, scheduled to release Dec. 25, Hathaway told THR the role was a pivotal one for her as her mother played understudy for the character Fantine in the musical’s first national tour.
“It made me nervous to tell her that I was auditioning for it, just because I knew how much it would mean to her, and I was worried that if I didn't get it, she would be disappointed, and if I did get it, it would be weird.”