She became a mom for the first time just last year.
But that hasn’t stopped Anne Hathaway from babying her precious pooch.
The 33-year-old actress cradled her dog while joined by husband Adam Shulman at a Bristol Farms grocery in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Out and about: Anne Hathaway, 33, held a dog as she and husband Adam Shulman, 35, were snapped outside of a Los Angeles Bristol Farms location on Saturday grabbing groceries
The Les Miserables star beamed in a tight ash grey sweatshirt with a pair of denim jeans with ripped knee areas and white sneakers.
The talented actress wore a grey patterned cap and reflective Oakley sunglasses Cheap as she left the store with her 35-year-old spouse.
Shulman was clad in a simple ensemble of a black T-shirt with blue jeans and brown shoes as he carried a bag of groceries while the Alice Through the Looking Glass actress held the furry brown pooch.
He wore brown tinted Oakley sunglasses on the overcast day in La La Land.
Happy days: The actress and her spouse looked to be enjoying light banter on the stroll
Obliging: The A-lister flashed a smile at photographers while keeping her canine corralled
The Devil Wears Prada beauty and Shulman, an actor-producer who was last seen in 2015’s Ricki and the Flash, are likely also busy preparing for a first birthday party for their son Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman, who was born March 24, 2016.
Hathaway’s name came up in headlines this week after her co-star in The Princess Diaries series, Julie Andrews, told BuzzFeed that ‘there’s talk about’ a third installment in the Disney series that could serve ‘in honor of’ the late Garry Marshall.
The Hollywood stalwart, who directed both the 2001 film and its 2004 sequel The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, passed away last July at the age of 81.
On deck? Anne’s name came up in a recent Buzzfeed report in which actress Julie Andrews teased the possibility of a third installment in the Disney series
In memorial: Andrews said a third film could serve ‘in honor of’ the late Garry Marshall, who directed the first two. Here, Hathaway was snapped with the filmmaker – who died last summer – in 2009 in LA
Andrews said that she ‘would very willingly and happily do it’ – and that Hathaway was ‘very keen to do it.
‘Annie had an idea that she wanted to pursue about it, and I’m all for it, so if she’d like to.’
Andrews said she was ‘not sure what the status [of a potential film] is right now,’ while a rep for Hathaway said that it was ‘way too premature to discuss this project’ in its embryonic stage at this point.
Sign me up! Andrews said she ‘would very willingly and happily do’ another Princess Diaries film, adding that Hathaway appeared to be ‘very keen to do it’ as well