You recognize that actress from “The Satan Wears Prada” and “Les Mis?” Nicely, she has a really unusual request: Do not name her by her title.
You see, Anne Hathaway determined to “spill the tea,” as she stated, to Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday. She revealed that all through her profession, followers have harmlessly referred to as her “Anne,” not realizing there’s just one particular person in actual life that really calls her that.
“The one one who ever calls me Anne is my mom, and she or he solely does it when she’s actually mad at me, like actually mad,” Hathaway, 38, shared. “So each time I step out in public and somebody calls my title, I feel they’ll yell at me.”
So, why is not she simply often called Annie? Nicely, the Oscar winner defined when she was filming a industrial at age 14, she needed to get her official SAG card for the Display screen Actors Guild.
“They requested me, ‘What would you like your title to be?'” she recalled on “The Tonight Present.” “And I used to be like, ‘Nicely, it must be my title. My title’s Anne Hathaway.'”
The “Witches” star continued, “In order that appeared like the correct alternative, but it surely by no means occurred to me that for the remainder of my life, individuals will name me Anne.” Discuss remorse.
Now, she says everybody ought to “be at liberty” to name her by her endearing nickname, as an alternative of the extra correct Anne.
“Persons are so beautiful, they do not wish to be presumptuous, and so I feel they give you workarounds on set as a result of the reality is no person’s snug calling me Anne ever. It does not match. I am an Annie,” she stated. “Folks name me Miss H, individuals name me Hath, so be at liberty, name me something however Anne.”
Or for those who’re like us, you may simply name her Amelia Mignonette Thermopolis Renaldi, Princess of Genovia.
Watch Her Royal Highness’ late evening clip above, as she opens up about her “magic” expertise with motherhood to her 4-year-old son Jonathan and 1-year-old son Jack.