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Anne Hathaway Scoops the Paparazzi by Beating Them to the Bump Shot

“It should at least be an image that makes me happy ... and with a filter.”

Earlier this week, Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway and her husband, Adam Shulman, were vacationing on a beach when they noticed the paparazzi lurking about. Wearing only a red bikini, Hathaway knew a clear shot of her never-before-seen baby bump would net tens of thousands of dollars for the paparazzo who got a clear shot. To scoop the stalkers, she quickly posed, proudly showing her bump, Shulman snapped a shot, and she posted it on Instagram.

“I figure if this kind of photo is going to be out in the world it should at least be an image that makes me happy ... and with a filter.”


Via Instagram

Happy 2016 to my beautiful Instafriends! So, posting a bikini pic is a little out of character for me, but just now while I was at the beach I noticed I was being photographed. I figure it this kind of photo is going to be out in the world it should at least be an image that makes me happy (and be one that was taken with my consent. And with a filter :) Wish you love, light and blessings for the year ahead! Annie

Like many A-list celebrities, Hathaway has no love for the paparazzi. A few years back, she expressed her rage on Conan by dropping a Lil’ Wayne-inspired rap. Let’s just say the Les Miserables star should probably stick to singing.

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