Anne Hathaway's Legs Are Next-Level Strong As She Rocks A Super Short Jumpsuit On IG

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Anne Hathaway will forever be remembered for her iconic role in The Devil Wears Prada—and she just posted an Instagram photo dump that’s giving off some serious Andy Sachs vibes.

In the snaps, Anne is working a gorgeous belted Valentino jumpsuit—accessorised with bangs, black boots, and miles of sculpted legs. 'Grazie/Merci/ThankYouForever,' she wrote in the caption, before tagging Maison Valentino and her glam squad.

And people couldn’t get over how fit she looked. 'Leeeggggssss,' said Mindy Kaling. '🥰❤️💕,' wrote Awkwafina. 'Andrea Sachs looks so good after all these years! 👏😍' another person commented.

OK, so what does the 39-year-old actress do to get super-sculpted legs like that? While she doesn’t talk a ton about her go-to workout routines, she’s shared little snippets here and there.

In 2018, she revealed a sped-up Instagram video of herself totally cranking it out at the gym, while sharing a message for would-be haters. 'I am gaining weight for a movie role and it is going well,' she captioned the video. 'To all the people who are going to fat shame me in the upcoming months, it’s not me, it’s you. Peace xx.'

Anne isn’t messing around in the video, working her way through upper body exercises, core moves, and resistance band exercises.

Anne became a first-time mum in March 2020 and she told People that exercising feels easier since she had her son. 'I find that my workout is really different now because I gave birth,' she said. 'I feel like doing burpees now after having a baby is zero big deal.'

Anne previously told Shape that she tends to do a mix when it comes to her workouts. 'I try to make it to yoga three or four times a week. It's a different story when I'm working on a film, though,' she said. 'I work out with a trainer and I do a lot of strength training and HIIT when I need to do that.'

Anne eats well, too. After years of being vegan, she started eating meat again and found it worked out well for her. 'I had a piece of salmon and my brain felt like a computer rebooting,' she told Tatler. She then told Harper’s Bazaar she 'just felt better' eating meat.

Now, she just tries to focus on eating minimally processed foods. 'With eating, my No.1 thing is trying to buy food that doesn't come in packaging,' she told Shape. 'Beyond that, I try not to eat red meat and I try not to eat pork.'

Those legs, though…

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