Anne Hathaway goes out for lunch with her husband Adam Shulman and their sons

Anne Hathaway steps out for lunch with husband Adam Shulman and their sons during Paris Fashion Week after traveling to the French capital from Milan










Anne Hathaway enjoyed some downtime on Wednesday during a break between shows at Paris Fashion Week.

The famous actress was joined by her husband Adam Shulman and their two children, Jack, two, and Jonathan, five, as she made the most of her time in the picturesque French capital.

Attracting attention in a floor-length cream coat, Anne, 37, looked typically stylish as she walked through the city’s bustling 16th arrondissement with her loved ones.

Going out: Anne Hathaway enjoyed some downtime with her husband Adam Shulman and their two children on Wednesday during a break between shows at Paris Fashion Week

She added a simple black turtleneck and matching pants to her look, while conventional white sneakers completed the ensemble.

Accompanying his wife, Adam, 40, cradled their youngest child as they ventured into popular local vegetarian restaurant La Girafe.

Anne and Adam enjoyed an extended stay in Europe with their children while attending Milan and Paris Fashion Week, with catwalk appearances including Giorgio Armani’s recent preview on February 27.

Smart: Catching the eye in a floor-length cream coat, Anne looked distinctively elegant as she walked through the city's bustling 16th arrondissement with her loved ones

Smart: Catching the eye in a floor-length cream coat, Anne looked distinctively elegant as she walked through the city’s bustling 16th arrondissement with her loved ones

The trip comes as Anne promotes her upcoming Apple TV+ show WeCrashed, which will be released in mid-March.

The actress stars alongside Jared Leto as they portray Rebekah and Adam Neumann in the series based on the incredible rise and fall of their co-working space startup WeWork.

Inspired by the podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork, the Apple TV+ series will follow the larger-than-life story of a charismatic founder who failed in a multi-billion dollar business plan.

WeCrashed will document “the greed-filled rise and inevitable fall of WeWork and the narcissists whose chaotic love made it all possible,” according to Variety.

Jetsetters: Anne and Adam enjoyed an extended stay in Europe during Milan and Paris Fashion Week (pictured at the Giorgio Armani show in Milan)

Jetsetters: Anne and Adam enjoyed an extended stay in Europe during Milan and Paris Fashion Week (pictured at the Giorgio Armani show in Milan)

Coming soon: The trip comes as Anne promotes her upcoming Apple TV+ show WeCrashed, which will be released in mid-March

Coming soon: The trip comes as Anne promotes her upcoming Apple TV+ show WeCrashed, which will be released in mid-March

She has most recently appeared in Locked Down, The Last Thing He Wanted and Serenity.

Her acting career, which spans two decades, began in 1999 in the short-lived TV series Get Real, before landing her breakout role in Princess Diaries in 2001.

After becoming a household name in The Devil Wears Prada, she became one of the highest paid actresses in the world.

She’s also won digital awards, including an Emmy for her voice work in The Simpsons in 2010, a Golden Globe for Les Miserables in 2013, and an Oscar for the same role as Fantine.

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