US actress Anne Hathaway has spoken out about how difficult it can be to become a parent
The 39-year-old said in a recent interview with Wall Street Journal that society had a tendency to portray getting pregnant as something that was easily achievable.
She said: “But from my own experience, it’s so much more complicated than that.
“And when you find out your pain is shared by others, I just feel that’s helpful information to have, so I’m isolated by the pain.”
She said that for centuries, women had largely been forced to deal with fertility loss and issues alone and for many, even talking about it remained a difficult thing to do, due to the stigma surrounding it.
She said: “What is there to be ashamed of? This is grief, and that’s a part of life.”
The popular actress, who quit drinking in 2019, has been open about her fertility on Instagram since she became pregnant for a second time with her son about three years ago.
She said in the interview that she and her husband, Adam Shulman, would possibly have a third child, but acknowledged it might not be a straightforward journey.
Anne is currently starring in the Apple+ television show WeCrashed, alongside Jared Leto.
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