A glowing Anne Hathaway celebrated her pregnancy with a baby shower on Saturday, March 5, at her manager’s home in West Hollywood.
The Intern actress, who is expecting first child with her husband, Adam Shulman, in May, draped her growing bump in a silk V-neck and Séraphine faux leather pants. She accessorized her ensemble with a Valentino satchel.
“Anne was one of the first people to arrive,” a source tells Us Weekly. “She looked relaxed and happy to be there.”
Although the Oscar winner, 33, has not publicly revealed the gender of her little one, Matthew McConaughey’s wife, Camila Alves, showed up carrying a pink gift basket stamped with the Initial “G!”
“The colors of the presents were mostly neutral, with the exception of Camila’s,” says the source.
Other gifts included a rocking horse, baby blankets, a bassinet and clothes from Barneys and children’s boutique Trico Field.
“There was a lot of chatter and laughter throughout the afternoon,” the source notes of the casual backyard luncheon. “Many times there was giggling and clapping because all of the ladies were having so much fun.”
The cheering continued when Shulman, 34, and a few of Hathaway’s family members made a special appearance at 3 p.m.
“They seemed excited to get inside the party,” says the insider. “At the end of the shower, they helped pack up all the gifts.”
While the couple await the arrival of their baby, Shulman is “helping Anne shop a lot for the baby,” another insider close to Hathaway revealed to Us. “They’ve been ordering a bunch online too. They are as happy as clams.”
Us Weekly confirmed in November that Hathaway and the jewelry designer were expecting their first child together. The Hollywood couple tied the knot in September 2012 in Big Sur, California, after dating for more than four years. Before her exciting baby news was revealed, Hathaway had been vocal about her desire to start a family.
“I’m the only one who’s not a mother,” she told The Hollywood Reporter shortly after her wedding. “I hope to join the ranks soon. I really want to have a baby.”