“I didn’t put [a drink] down as a result of my consuming was an issue; I put it down as a result of the way in which I drink leads me to have hangovers and people have been the issue,” Hathaway, 36, tells Boston Frequent journal in a brand new interview posted on-line on Tuesday, April 16. “My final hangover lasted for 5 days. Once I’m at a stage in my life the place there may be sufficient area for me to have a hangover, I’ll begin consuming once more, however that gained’t be till my child is out of the home.”
The Serenity actress first revealed her teetotaler resolution on The Ellen DeGeneres Present in January, saying she give up consuming in October 2018 and plans to not drink for 18 years so she is usually a extra current mom to Jonathan, her 2-year-old son with husband Adam Shulman.
“I don’t completely love the way in which I do it, and he’s attending to an age the place he actually does want me on a regular basis within the morning,” Hathaway defined on the time. “I did one faculty run in the future the place I dropped him off in school. I wasn’t driving, however I used to be hungover and that was sufficient for me. I didn’t love that one.”
That mentioned, the Oscar winner isn’t mommy-shaming any mom who does drink. “I simply wish to make this clear: Most individuals don’t must do such an excessive factor,” she provides within the new interview. “I don’t assume consuming is dangerous. It’s simply the way in which I do it — which I personally assume is absolutely enjoyable and superior — is simply not the sort of enjoyable and superior that goes with having a baby for me. However this isn’t a moralistic stance.”