Anne Hathaway on married life with Adam Shulman: 'He's my best friend'
"I'm so excited about getting to love him for the rest of our lives," Hathaway says in the January issue of Glamour magazine. "I would never have gotten married if it weren't for him. You have to want to be married to someone. You have to feel that reciprocated. Marriage for marriage's sake doesn't make any sense to me, and I found someone with whom I could put my money where my mouth is, I guess."
Hathaway and Shulman married in Big Sur, Calif., on Sept. 29 in front of 150 guests.
"He's a good man," Hathaway says of her spouse. "He's beyond intelligent. He loves fearlessly. His beliefs are beautiful. He's my best friend. I love him. I just feel that I have the greatest husband in the world for me."
She also reveals to the magazine the moment when she started expressing herself more authentically.
"I had that moment after I finished making 'Rachel Getting Married.' I realized that the life I'd been living [was not authentic] and that I had to make a change. Then I found out that my trust had been betrayed quite massively. So for me, that call came at the end of 2007," she says, referring to her broken engagement with then-fiance Raffaello Follieri, who was jailed for embezzlement.
But the actress admits that just because she's happy with her life now doesn't mean she doesn't still worry about issues like body image.
"I still feel the stress over 'Am I thin enough? Am I too thin? Is my body the right shape?'" she says. "There's an obsessive quality to it that I thought I would've grown out of by now. It's an ongoing source of shame for me."