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Hathaway threw herself into an intense research project before filming began, talking to Parkinson’s sufferers. 'We didn’t have a renouncement party; it was just something that happened.We began going to an Episcopalia church, and I had been exploring a lot of different religions, to be honest, so it wasn’t a big thing.She has just become a spokesperson for Girl Effect, an organisation educating teenage girls in impoverished communities around the world.She tells me she will be travelling with them next month.'I am dating him because he likes what I do for a living. So many things I take for granted, like being able to tie my shoes, are almost impossible at certain moments of the day for these people.’ Personally and professionally, Hathaway is blossoming, a tribute not only to her resilience, but to the support she received from a stable and close-knit family.
'I think that’s one of my best traits, so I’ve had to try to find a balance between being myself, being as open as possible, but also watching people and kind of monitoring things.’ It must have been traumatic, but Hathaway handled herself with dignity.'Whatever your feelings about gay marriage you have to accept that it is discrimination.No one can tell my brother he can’t do anything, and I will fight to my very last breath to make sure he gets the same rights as me.’ Hathaway is a keen social activist.Whoever he was, she must have been young; she began her four-year romance with the Italian businessman Raffaello Follieri at 21 and met her current boyfriend, Adam Shulman, the actor and filmmaker, soon after.That was two and a half years ago, when the actress went through a very public break-up with Follieri.