Anne Hathaway Celebrates 31st Birthday with Husband Adam Shulman, Amy Adams: All the Details and Picture
The star, who turns 31 on Tuesday, Nov. 12, was joined by her husband Adam Shulman and "a lot of friends" in the private wine room at Crossroads in West Hollywood on Saturday, Nov. 9, an eyewitness tells Us Weekly. Hathaway and friends enjoyed the private celebration shrouded by white curtains within an intimate enclosure. "There were around 40 people attending -- two long tables for a sit-down dinner with candles," the source says, adding that the multiple-course dinner included salads and appetizers.
The Dark Knight Rises actress attended her birthday party in a Gotham-worthy getup, wearing a high-neck button-down blouse beneath a cropped jacket. She selected short black shorts over a pair of sheer, printed tights neatly tucked into a pair of high-heeled booties as the Oscar winner flaunted her long legs. Hathaway (who, by the way is not pregnant) still rocked her pixie cut with side swept bangs and disbanded her dark ensemble with a bold statement necklace. "[Anne] looked great. She got up a lot and was socializing with guests," the source adds.
A-list stars at Hathaway's birthday bash included Amy Adams and her fiance Darren LeGallo. The Man of Steel star, at one point, stood up gave a toast to the birthday girl, our eyewitness shares. "She was drinking wine and seemed a little tipsy and kept laying her head on her fiance." (Hathaway, when accepting the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in Feb. 2013 for her role in Les Miserables, notably thanked Adams in her speech, along with other contenders in her category. "I look up to you all smooch and it's just been such an honor," she said.)
Demi Moore, whose birthday is on Monday, Nov. 11, was also at the restaurant that evening -- although it's unclear whether she was in house for Hathaway's birthday party.
As for the rest of the Princess Diaries star's happy festivities? "At 10 p.m., she was brought a huge chocolate cake with tons of candles," the source adds. "Everyone sang happy birthday."