Anne Hathaway Reveals Her Awkward Post-Baby Gym Encounter

New mum, Anne Hathaway, has spoken about life after giving birth to her first child.

On March 24, Anne gave birth to son Jonathan Rosebanks - her first child with husband Adam Shulman. 

In an interview with Ellen Degeneres, the 33-year-old opened up about what it's like to workout after having a baby.

"I would normally walk into [the gym] and feel so intimidated, but now I'm like, 'Yeah I work out with 5- pound weights, but I pushed a baby out of my body,'" Anne gushed. "So I don’t care what I look like, I feel great."

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The Oscar-winning actress said she's been to the gym three times since having 'Johnny', but is still a little self conscious.

Anne said a guy who looks like "Thor's trainer" approached her while she was working out, and she mistakenly thought he was hitting on her, before realising he was actually a trainer and trying to get a job.

She then revealed to the trainer she's just had a baby, and the exchange didn't really go down like she hoped...

"I'm expecting him to say the thing that you say when someone has just had a baby, which is 'oh my god, you look great!'," she told Ellen.

"So I say to this guy, 'I had a baby seven weeks ago' and he's like, "Oooh! Trying to lose the baby weight?'"

Slightly embarrassed about the exchange, Anne continued to tell him: "'No, Brandon, it's a little bit too  soon to worry about weight, I'm just trying to regain my strength.' 

"And he said, 'great' and walked away and I cried a little bit."

Dont worry, Anne! You clearly look amazing.

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