Anne Hathaway has revealed she was insulted by a personal trainer just weeks after giving birth.
Anne, who gave birth to her son Jonathan just eight weeks ago, told Ellen DeGeneres she was at her West Hollywood gym - which is made up of “people who have too many muscles to be in The Avengers - when she was shamed.
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“So I would normally walk in and feel so intimidated, but I walk in I’m like, ‘Yeah I work out with five pound weights, but I pushed a baby out of my body, I feel good right now!’ So I don’t care what I look like, I feel great.”
She said she was on the rowing machine when she noticed a guy staring at her.
“He’s like, ‘So, you been working out at this gym for a long time?’ she recalled.
“And I’m like, ‘Oh my God he’s hitting on me. Nice new mum!’ I feel really good about myself and I’m like, ‘Oh, yeah I’ve been coming here for a little bit.’ He’s like, ‘Cool, I’m a trainer here and just wondering if you want some pointers.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh no, he’s not hitting on you he just wants a job’.”
Eventually, she revealed that she’s in fact a new mum.
“And I’m expecting him to say the thing that you say when someone says that you’ve had a baby, which is: ‘Oh, my God, you look great!’ Doesn’t matter if it’s true,” she joked.
“If somebody says, ‘I had a baby 13 years ago’ you say, ‘You look great!’ That is what you do, that is the etiquette.”
“So I say to this guy I had a baby seven weeks ago. And he goes, ‘Oh, trying to lose the baby weight?”
And naturally, she’s wasn’t impressed.
“I say, ‘No, Brandon, it’s a little bit too soon to worry about weight. I’m just trying to regain my strength.’ And he walked away, and I cried a little bit.”
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