Safety first! Anne Hathaway covers up a headscarf AND parasol in the sun… but flashes her bare pins
08:32 GMT, 3 August 2012
She's known for her alabaster complexion.
And it appears that Anne Hathaway sometimes has to resort to slightly extreme measures to ensure that she maintains her look.
The 29-year-old protected herself from the sun with a variety of accessories as she took a stroll with her fianc Adam Schulman in New York yesterday.
Ever cautious: Anne Hathaway protected herself from the sun with a variety of accessories as she took a stroll with her fianc Adam Schulman in New York yesterday
Anne wore sunglasses, a headscarf, and carried a parasol as she meandered down the street with Adam, walking their chocolate Labrador.
The star bared her slender legs in a cute pair of stripy shorts, which she teamed with a polka dot navy sleeveless blouse.
Anne's red headscarf matched her parasol, which sported a pink flower pattern.
Gamine look: Though she found it a scary change, Anne certainly suits her new haircut
Adam seemed less bothered by the exposure than his betrothed, braving the rays in just a t-shirt and jeans.
The couple got engaged in November after three years of dating and Anne told Britain’s Hello magazine recently that they will be getting married 'probably sometime next yearish'.
She said: 'I haven’t started planning yet. I was filming Les Mis when we decided to do it, and there was no way I could think about anything wedding-related with my head in the space it was in then.
In no rush: The couple haven't started planning their wedding yet
'I’ve been so busy since then, I’ve not even decided what sort of ceremony I want.'
Anne recently admitted that getting her new short haircut was scarier than 'jumping off buildings'.
She said: 'It was terrifying. I didn't expect it because in this film ['The Dark Knight Rises'], I do backflips out of windows, I jump off of buildings, I do all sorts of scary things but nothing was as scary as cutting my hair off.'
Not bothered: Adam didn't appear quite so wary of the sun as Anne
Anne confessed that she was 'inconsolable' when she saw her gamine look for the first time, and collapsed in a 'mental patient' outbreak of tears.
'[I was reduced to] a mental patient level of crying … I was inconsolable,' Annes said.