Anne Hathaway proved that she was no diva as she checked out of her New York City hotel on Monday.
The 38-year-old Oscar-winning actress carried her own luggage, a black duffel bag and a BabyBjörn travel crib, with ease as she walked down the sidewalk.
The Devil Wears Prada star was on her way to meet her husband, Adam Schulman, 40, who waited in nearby car.
Carry on: Anne Hathaway held her own luggage, a black duffel bag and a BabyBjörn travel crib, as she walked down the sidewalk
Anne sported a casual look, wearing blue ankle jeans, an oversized navy blazer layered over a black shirt as well as gray and black ballet flats.
The stage performer’s long brown hair was parted to the side and cascaded over her shoulders.
She also wore a black face mask with simple earrings and appeared to be accompanied by her bodyguard who walked closely behind her.
Street style: Anne sported a casual look, wearing blue ankle jeans, an oversized navy blazer layered over a black shirt and gray and black ballet flats
The Princess Diaries actress is the mother of two sons, Jonathan, five, and Jack, one, who she shares with businessman Shulman.
Anne met Adam, who is also an actor and jewelry designer, at the 2008 Palm Springs Film Festival. Hathaway said she knew he was The One immediately and the lovebirds tied the knot in 2012.
The star played the Grand High Witch in Robert Zemeckis’ adaptation of The Witches last year and will next be seen in the upcoming Amazon anthology series, Solos. She won a Best Supporting Academy Award for her performance in the 2013 musical Les Miserables.
Anne hosted the 2011 Oscars with James Franco and more details have recently emerged about the infamously awkward debacle.
Love at first sight: The actress met her husband Adam Shulman at the 2008 Palm Springs Film Festival. She said she knew he was The One immediately and the lovebirds tied the knot in 2012. Seen in 2020
Franco reportedly told Hathaway to not tell him ‘how to be funny’ during rehearsals for the award show.
The pair were heavily criticized by viewers after they co-hosted the Academy Awards a decade ago, with an apparent lack of chemistry between them and now one of the ceremony’s four main writers has admitted the event was like an awkward ‘blind date’ between the two stars.
David Wild told The Ringer: ‘It was like the world’s most uncomfortable blind date between the cool rocker stoner kid and the adorable theater camp cheerleader…
Spooky: The star played the Grand High Witch in Robert Zemeckis’s adaptation of The Witches in 2020 and will next be seen in the upcoming Amazon anthology series, Solos
‘This is a memory, but [she] was like, “Maybe you should try that,” and he was like, “Don’t tell me how to be funny.”‘
At one point, David thought the pair had ‘broken through’ as he saw surveillance footage of The Disaster Artist star smiling at a person stood next to him on stage.
However, he explained: ‘I thought, “Oh boy, they’ve finally broken through and he’s looking at her!” Anne had gone to her dressing room for a minute… James was smiling at her stand-in.’
Megan Amram – who also served as a writer for the event – revealed musical numbers were scrapped, including a parody of You’re the One That I Want from Grease, because there was a struggle to figure out the right ‘tone’ for the pair.
She added: ‘A lot of stuff that made it into the show was written a few days beforehand.
‘We wrote all these jokes, but I don’t think we ever landed on a tone or a cohesive feeling of what the show would be.’
Awkward: James Franco told Hathaway ‘Don’t tell me how to be funny’ before the two infamously co-hosted the Oscars in 2011
Both James and Anne have opened up about the ceremony over the years, and he admitted he never pushed to deliver ‘the best Oscars ever’.
Speaking in 2016, he said: ‘When Anne Hathaway decided to host the Oscars with me… She had said no before, and then they asked me to ask her, and I said, “Let’s just do it. It’ll be an adventure,” and then we got a lot of s*** for it.
‘I probably got more than she did, but she got a lot…
‘I’m going to do what they ask me to and do it as well as I can, but I don’t need this to be the best Oscars ever. I’m not getting anything out of that. In the best-case scenario, even if I killed it, it’s not going to help my career, because that’s not what it’s based on. It was an experiment.’
And back in 2012, Anne commented: ‘I realized afterwards, I played to the house; it’s a 3,500-seat theatre, so I was just shooting energy to the back of it and it was like a party! It was great! And I think it looked slightly manic and hyper-cheerleadery onscreen. But I have no regrets about doing it.’