Anne Hathaway Says Marriage Made Her and Husband Adam Shulman More in Love with Each Other


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Anne Hathaway isn't holding back when it comes to detailing her marital bliss. The newly-ish wed — the Interstellar star married fellow actor/producer Adam Shulman two years ago in Big Sur, California — just recently worked with her husband for the first time, co-producing indie film Song One, and it made them fall even more in love!

While stopping by Today to promote her new film, she explained that marriage changed a lot more in their relationship than she initially expected (a question many bride-and-grooms-to-be wonder about before tying the knot) — but luckily, things changed for the better.

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"We both talked about it beforehand, and how it wasn't going to change anything, but something shifts, and I don't know what it is," Hathaway told fellow newlywed (and new mom!) Savannah Guthrie. "I didn't realize that I was keeping a part of myself protected, and it's kind of all on the line now. I'm his and he's mine."

How sweet! Turns out her hubby, Shulman, feels the same way. "Can I tell you what he told us?" Guthrie asked before pressing on excitedly. "He said the biggest surprise about being married is that he continues to fall deeper and deeper in love with you." Cue a major awww. Guthrie followed up the adorable statement by joking to the blushing movie star: "Go home and bake him a cake or something!"

You may think it's only a piece of paper, but it's nice to hear that after two years they've found an even deeper connection than before.

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