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We've Been Saying Anne Hathaway's Name Wrong This Entire Time

We've Been Saying Anne Hathaway's Name Wrong This Entire Time

Who'd have thought it?

We've been obsessed with Anne Hathaway since The Princess Diaries, but it turns out we've been making a major slip-up when it comes to the Hollywood A-Lister.

In a resurfaced interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the 39-year-old revealed we've all been saying her name wrong all this time.

You can watch the video below.

And we think Anne's nickname is adorable!

Anne explained she wasn't keen on the use of her full name because so few people really use it.

"Whenever I'm in public and someone calls my name, I think they're going to yell at me!" she joked.

"People are so lovely, they don't want to be presumptuous, so they come up with work-arounds on set. People don't feel comfortable calling me Anne, as it just doesn't fit."

Anne has played a number of iconic roles (

The more you know!

In the interview, Anne also explained how she found family life with her two boys during lockdown.

Anne, who married actor Adam Schulman in 2012, shares sons Jonathan and Jack with her hubby, with Jack born in late 2019.

When Jimmy asked whether life in lockdown with two young boys was "crazy", Anne replied: "What hasn't been crazy?"

"It's been a lot, but those are good ages to be home with your kids. Our four-year-old believes everything that we tell him, and that's adorable as well as very useful.

"And the one year's just been the most magic age. We've just been home with him since he was four months old and home with him every single day, and that's been a gift."

She first shot to fame in the Princess Diaries (

In other celeb news, it turns out we may have been saying Rihanna's name all wrong too, with a video for Vogue revealing the right way to pronounce it.

"Hello British Vogue, it's Rihanna," the Bajan singer said to the cameras (side note: as if she needed an introduction).

But some followers were shocked to hear the way Rihanna pronounced her name - Ree-Anna, rather than Ree-Ah-Na, with the latter usually how it's usually pronounced in the States.

You can read more about that here.

Featured Image Credit: The Tonight Show

Topics: Celebrity, TV And Film