James Corden is out, Anne Hathaway is in. But the biggest hypocrite is us.
We’ve been following the actress through the ups, downs, and in between since she announced her pregnancy in October.
She and fiancé Chris Martin welcomed daughter Vivienne on Friday, May 21.
And on Tuesday, May 24, the couple announced The Magic Of Being Very Famous, a live show, to be broadcast on Facebook Watch.
Corden previously said that “pregnancy isn’t a prerequisite” for the show.
But then what is?
“Pregnancy is a very physical thing but it is an emotional thing and it is a mental thing,” Hathaway told Glamour in January. “It’s like, ‘This is the first time that this particular thing has ever happened ever, and it’s going to be a really special, and it’s going to be a really amazing thing’ and you forget about everything else.”
In 2016, she claimed she felt exhausted after getting “a bellyache every day” for a year.
“It turns out I’m not alone,” she added.
Also, “That’s been a source of my anxiety and stress.”
In the first clip of the documentary, Hathaway admitted that the pregnancy “wasn’t planned,” adding, “I was like, ‘I want this baby so badly, but I just didn’t have my period for the longest time and I don’t know why.’”
While her and Martin were dating in 2017, Hathaway said she was still struggling to remember who her husband was.
“I was like, ‘I love you!’ And he was like, ‘Yeah, and I love you.’ And I thought,’Oh my god.”
In a new interview with Billboard, Martin admitted that while they “had a lot of struggles … we do seem to have made it.”
That might help explain why she suddenly has to work while she’s in labour — despite her pregnancy being planned.
“I know I said, ‘I’m not ready to do