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Anne Hathaway, Husband Adam Schulman Went Through 'Hell' With Second Pegnancy.

Anne Hathaway is pregnant with her second child but while she could not be any more excited about it, she also does not want any female having a hard time conceiving to feel bad. She admitted that she too, had to undergo "infertility and conceptionA hell" with her husband before this good news came about.A

The actress' fans were in for exciting news on Wednesday when she took to ( Instagram to announce her second pregnancy. She was quite creative about it, posting a selfie showing her baby bump and then captioning this with "It's not for a movie...#2."A

On this photo, even though "The Hustler" actress was not glammed up or anything, she truly looked glowing. Considering the photo was in black and white, the fact that she lookedA radiant could just mean she's really happy with her second baby.A

She was quick to share her support for the millions of women around the world suffering from infertility and conception problems, revealing that she too, had these issues. SheA hinted herA pregnancies, including the first one, had not been easy. She sends support to women all over the world suffering from conception problems.A

"All kidding aside, for everyone going through infertility and conception hell, please know it was not a straight line to either of my pregnancies," ( she said . "Sending you extra love."

Hathaway is not one to shy away from talking about pregnancy-related issues. She gave birth to her firstborn with husband Adam Shulman back in 2016. Immediately after giving birth, she faced immense pressure to get back into shape. The actress was not having it and used her social media account as a platform to ( release a message many new moms needed to hear.A

She did it creatively as well, posting a picture of jeans being resized or restructured. The message, however, was more important than the photo.A

"Love what you have been given," she wrote in the caption. She then proceeded to say there is no shame in gaining weight during pregnancy, addingA that there should not be any shame in gaining weight in general.

"There is no shame if it takes longer than you think it will lose the weight (if you want to lose it at all)," she said. "There is no shame in finally breaking down and making your own jean shorts because last summer's are just too dang short for this summer's thighs," she further wrote.

For ( Hathaway , bodies change, grow, or shrink all the time. Therefore, bodies should just be loved, no matter what they look like.A

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Date:Jul 26, 2019
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