The award-winning actress recently opened up about her journey to motherhood. She shared that while she already has two children, Jonathan and Jack, she still desires to have more kids. Hathaway revealed that the process of getting pregnant and having children is not always as straightforward as it may seem. She emphasized that it is important to talk about fertility struggles and share experiences with others.
Hathaway previously alluded to fertility struggles back in 2019 when she announced her second pregnancy on Instagram. She revealed that both her pregnancies were not a straight line and offered extra love to others going through infertility and conception difficulties.
Hathaway describes motherhood as a transformative experience that has made her want to be true to her word and stop any nonsense going on inside herself. She recently appeared on the cover of WSJ Magazine and spoke candidly about her journey to becoming a mother. She mentioned that finding out that other people share her pain made her feel less isolated.
“When you find out that your pain is shared by others, you just think, I just feel that’s helpful information to have, so I’m not isolated in my pain,” she continued. “I mean, what is there to be ashamed of? This is grief, and that’s a part of life”.
Known for keeping her private life out of the public eye, Hathaway, 40, occasionally opens up about how her sons, Jonathan and Jack, have changed her life. She has discussed how her husband, Adam Shulman, changed her ability to be comfortable in the world, and how motherhood has made her want to be completely true to her word.
In addition to discussing her personal experiences with motherhood, Hathaway also talked about her upcoming eight-part series on Apple TV+ called WeCrashed, in which she portrays the real-life disgraced WeWork chief brand/impact officer Rebekah Neumann.