Anne Hathaway: How Marriage Changed My Life

The Oscar winner is pleasantly surprised how marriage has changed her relationship with husband Adam Shulman

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Anne Hathaway is mixing business with pleasure.

The Oscar winner stopped by NBC’s Today on Tuesday morning to talk about Song One, which she helped produce with her husband of two years, Adam Shulman. The indie film is the couple’s first movie venture together.

The Interstellar star, 32, said that marriage has transformed her relationship with Shulman more than she had expected.

“We both talked about it beforehand, and how it wasn’t going to change anything, but something shifts,” Hathaway told Today co-anchor 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.”

Hathaway stopped herself from divulging more relationship details for fear of sounding too cheesy, but that didn’t stop Guthrie from pressing further.

“Can I tell you what he told us?” Guthrie asked, not waiting for an answer. “He said the biggest surprise about being married is that he continues to fall deeper and deeper in love with you.”

“Well, that’s very nice,” Hathaway responded – along with a great big smile.

Watch Hathaway’s entire interview below.

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