- Actress Anne Hathaway told Jimmy Fallon that she no longer wants to be called Anne.
- She said that her mother is the one who calls her Anne, and only when she is angry.
- The actress said that she would be called Annie or something.
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Anne Hathaway stated that her first name just “doesn’t fit” and that no person in her life actually uses it.
On Tuesday night’s “Show Starring Jimmy Fall”, the late-night host mentioned that she wasn’t sure what to call her.
“I have known you for a very long time,” he said. “I heard people call you Annie, like your good friends. Do I call you Annie or Annie?”
The “Princess Diaries” star replied: “Call me Annie! Everyone, everyone, call me Annie – please!”
She said that she started going to Anne at the age of 14 but did not realize that people would call her ‘for the rest of my life’
She stated that she was started professionally by Anne when she acted a commercial at the age of 14 and needed to get a Screen Actors Guild membership card.
But she did not know at the time that her career would end and people would always address her by her birth name and not her favorite surname Annie.
“They asked me, ‘What do you want your name to be?” And I like, well, it has to be my name. My name’s Anne Hathaway, “she said.” And so it seemed like the right choice. But it never occurred to me that the rest of my life would call me Anne. “
Hathaway said that his mother is the one who calls him Anne, and only when he is very angry
Hathaway said that being called Anne reminds her of her mother Kate McCauley Hathaway, which makes her angry.
“The only person who ever calls me Anne is my mother, and she only does it when she really gets mad at me,” he said, “so every time I step in public And if someone calls my name, I think they shout at me.
Fallon said that due to his full name being referenced by James Thomas, he gave him the same feeling and he laughed at how strange it would be if people on the street told him his birth name.
She encouraged Fallon and the audience to call her “anything but Anne”.
“People are so cute – they don’t want to be boastful, and so they come up with a workaround on the set, because the truth is nobody is ever comfortable calling Anne. It doesn’t fit,” she said. “I’m an Annie. And that’s why people call me, like, Miss H. People call me hands. So feel free to say anything to me. Anne.”
The actress also revealed about her 2 sons, Jonathan and Jack
The actress also talked about spending time at home with her husband Adam Shulman, along with her two sons – Jonathan, 4 and Jack, 1.
“It’s enough, but they’re a good age to be with your children.” “Our 4-year-old faith is everything we tell her, and it is very helpful as well as being adorable.”
She said that 1 was a “magic” age and that it was a gift that was happening home with her children during the epidemic.