Anne Hathaway To Donate Portion Of Wedding Photo Profits To Support Gay Marriage

Anne Hathaway attends 'The Dark Knight Rises' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater on July 16, 2012 in New York City -- Getty Images

Anne Hathaway married her longtime love, Adam Shulman, in September, and the actress wants to help make sure all couples have the right to experience their own fairytale wedding.

"The Dark Knight Rises" star, 29, will donate a portion of the profits from the sale of her wedding photos to multiple charities including non-profits advocating for same-sex couple marriage rights, according to Freedom to Marry.

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Other charities receiving funds from Anne reportedly include the American Cancer Society, The Girl Effect and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

This is not the first time Anne (whose old brother is gay) has stood for marriage equality - she and Adam have been serving as members of Freedom to Marry's National Honorary Host Committee which raised $500,000 to further the gay marriage cause.

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