Anne Hathaway looks effortless in a twisted crochet bucket hat as she leaves her hotel in Cannes

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She was busy decorating the red carpet at the 75th Cannes Film Festival.

Anne Hathaway put on a more casual show as she donned a crochet bucket hat for an effortlessly chic look to leave the Martinez Hotel on Saturday.

The 39-year-old actress beamed as she smiled and waved to the crowd outside before being whisked away ahead of today’s event.

Chic: Anne Hathaway, 39, looked effortlessly chic as she donned a twist crochet bucket hat and left her hotel during the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday

Anne paired her quirky headpieces with a pair of oversized square sunglasses and a loose, chic linen shirt.

She added dark blue wide leg jeans and accentuated her length with a pair of skinny yellow heels.

Her long tan locks fell under her hat as she carried a patchwork jacket and a Navy Bvlgari handbag.

Smiles: The actress beamed as she smiled and waved to the crowd outside before being whisked away ahead of today’s event

Low: Her long tan locks fell under her hat while wearing a patchwork jacket and a Neve Bvlgari handbag

The outing comes after Anne said it was an honor to portray a Jewish mother in the time of Armageddon as she later remembers her stepmother’s legacy.

The actress, who married actor and producer Adam Shulman in 2012, opened up about how important it was for the couple to be able to represent their family following the death of her mother, Jacqueline Banks.

Anne, who plays Esther Graff in the upcoming period drama, said she was “so grateful to the movies” for letting her capture the love she had.

Chic: Anne paired her quirky headpieces with a pair of oversized square sunglasses and a chic linen shirt.

Star: The outing comes after Anne said it was an honor to be portrayed as a Jewish mother in the time of Armageddon as she remembers her mother-in-law’s legacy later on Friday

Speaking at a press conference at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, she said: “My mother-in-law, who passed away recently, was quite simply the greatest Jewish mother I have ever seen. She left her in my life in a profound way that I am truly grateful for.

The hand of a Jewish mother will guide the rest of my life, if I do one thing and that’s capture that love, honestly I wouldn’t even try to describe it in words.

“That’s why I’m so grateful to cinema because it allows you to say things without words.”

From the Heart: She said: ‘My mother-in-law, who recently passed away, was quite simply the greatest Jewish mother I have ever seen’ (pictured with director James Gray)

Anne’s character in the film yearns to run for the local school board, but is embarrassed by her son’s behavior.

The development was originally announced at Armageddon Time in 2019, when it was revealed that director James Gray would write and direct the feature film.

The semi-autobiographical film will focus on the director’s experience at Kew-Forest School in Queens, New York, where former President Donald Trump graduated.

Project: Anne, who plays Esther Graff in the upcoming period drama, said she was “so grateful to the movies” for letting her capture that love she had (Anne pictured alongside Anthony Hopkins and Michael Banks Repetta on the film set)

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