Anne Hathaway Shimmers In A Sparkly Gold Bikini: ‘Happy New Year’

Anne Hathaway was indisputably one of our top style icons of 2022, and the Devil Wears Prada alum, 40, rang in the new year in another stunning ensemble! In her latest Instagram post for her 26 million followers, the Oscar winner rocked a glitter-adorned strapless gold bikini top as she appeared to welcome 2023 outdoors while lighting sparklers.

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Anne Hathaway Rings In 2023 In Strapless Glittery Bikini Top On Instagram

The Princess Diaries actress flaunted her sculpted arms and shoulders in the gold bandeau piece, and paired it with a fun oversized hat. She accessorized with a singular thin necklace and layered bracelets as she smiled for her selfie post and held a sparkler high in the air.

The somewhat blurry image made her New Year’s party seem all the more fun, and she wore her long brunette tresses down underneath her hat. “Happy New Year,” the WeCrashed star wrote in her caption, instantly garnering thousands of likes and comments from fans. “The Queen of Genovia has spoken,” one wrote as another added, “Happy new year gorgeous” with heart-eye emojis.


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Hathaway Talks Latest Acclaimed Role In LA Times Interview

Last month, Hathaway stunned us all yet again in a plunging blue floral dress while gracing the cover of LA Times. She posed for the shot along with her Armageddon Time co-star and longtime friend Jeremy Strong.

The Dark Knight Rises star and Succession actor, 44, both opened up about their roles as working class Jewish-American parents in 1980 Queens and how these characters were based on the film director James Gray’s real-life parents.

When sharing the cover on Instagram, Hathaway wrote, “Thank you to @latimes for having us on your cover to discuss James Gray’s #ArmageddonTime.” She added, “Jeremy Strong and I are both known for how much we hate to “talk” about “acting,” so we really appreciate you coaxing it out of us.”