Anne Hathaway gave birth only eight weeks ago, so she's not totally ready to resume some of her normal routines. She did decide, however, that she would go back to the gym, but even that has been tough.
The Alice Through the Looking Glass star appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday where she opens up about her life as a new mom and how life has changed since welcoming son Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman.
"Being a Mom has changed me in a couple ways. I actually, not based on this moment, but other moments feel a lot more confident. Normally you walk into the gym and you see, I work out in West Hollywood, so you see like Thor's trainer, you know the people who have too many muscles to be in The Avengers that's who works out at my gym," she explains, adding that she has returned to the gym only three times.
"So I would normally walk in and feel so intimidated, but I walk in I'm like yeah I work out with 5 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. I'm on this [row] machine, whatever that does."
All of a sudden, someone started to stare at the Oscar-winning star, so at first she thought she was doing something incorrectly and became a little insecure. "I see this guy who does actually look like Thor's trainer staring at me and I'm like, 'Oh God. Am I doing something wrong?'" Hathaway recalls. "In the past I just would have slunk off my machine."
With her new mommy confidence, Hathaway explains that she asked the trainer if everything was OK, and they struck up a short conversation. But it didn't end there.
"He's like, 'So you been working out at this gym for a long time.' And I'm like oh my God he's hitting on me. Nice! New mom. 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."
Spoiler alert: He didn't get the job because instead of giving her the proper response after she revealed she had recently given birth, he body shamed her. "If somebody says I had a baby 13 years ago you say you look great. That is what you do that is the etiquette," she explains on the show.
"So I say to this guy I had a baby seven weeks ago. And he goes, 'Oh, trying to lose the baby weight!'"
Hathaway explains that she kept her cool in the moment, but afterwards she walked away and cried!
Watch the clip to hear even more about Hathaway's new life as a mom.