Despite her recent break-up with her boyfriend of four years, accused conman Rafaello Follieri, Anne Hathaway still intends to date – in the future.
Regarding the rules of the game, the actress, 25, says, however, “I try not to date where I work. It makes life easier.”
Speaking to Britain’s The Independent, Hathaway says, “I don’t say no to anybody because I’d hope that people wouldn’t say no to me just because I’m an actor – but they’d have to be pretty extraordinary.”When it comes to making love last, however, Hathaway’s role models are much closer to home: “My parents have been married more than 25 years, with all the glory and the pain you can imagine, but they’ve stayed together. I want a strong marriage like that.”
As for the latest status on Follieri, the Italian businessman remains in prison in the U.S., awaiting trial on a dozen counts of wire fraud, conspiracy and money laundering.
With the brave face that Hathaway has been keeping in public, she quotes 1920’s humorist Will Rogers: “The worst thing that happens to you can be the best thing for you, if you don’t let it get the best of you.”