Congratulations are in order for Anne Hathaway, 37, and her husband Adam Shulman, 38, who have reportedly welcomed their second child together.
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While the Oscar-winning actress— who hasn't been spotted in public in over three weeks— is yet to confirm the news, The Daily Mail published a series of photos showing Adam holding an infant carrier while she held their three-year-old son Jonathan's hand during a walk in the park.
The Devil Wears Prada star confirmed the couple was expecting baby number two in July, sharing a black-and-white photo of her bulging belly to Instagram.
“It’s not for a movie … #2,” she captioned the adorable snap at the time. "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."
Opening up about mum life earlier this year, the Hollywood star— who welcomed her beautiful baby boy in 2016— said her perspective on life has changed since welcoming her son.
“Before I had my son, I sensed this pressure to fill my schedule. If I wasn’t working, I felt like I was wasting time,” she explained. “Now I know I have to build in breaks in my year, and there are times when I’m just not available to work because it’s important for me to be home with him.”
“So I shop a lot less. I cook a lot more. I read a lot more,” she added. “I write a lot more. I communicate a lot more. I make more time for the things that matter to me because suddenly I have more time.”
She also revealed at the TCA Summer Press Tour that her "mummy brain" was in full force!
"I can focus on certain things that are fine, but there are certain things my brain just.…it refuses to allow me to imagine directions, so if you describe something, shapes or you spell something, I can't go there," she said.
"And certain words I have a hard time recalling, so I become that spinny wheel of death on your computer in conversation with me. And I feel I'm very taxing for people to be around."