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Anne Hathaway engagement partygoers enjoy vegan burgersAnne Hathaway engagement partygoers enjoy vegan burgers

Anne Hathaway's Engagement Partygoers Enjoy Veggie Burgers

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Anne Hathaway opened up a few months ago about being vegetarian, and the grueling diet she tried while suiting up to play Catwoman in ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’

Now, it sounds like she’s enjoying a much yummier and happy veg diet. On Saturday, Hathaway and fiance Adam Shulman celebrated at their engagment party with family and friends, sans other celebs according to People. Partygoers were enjoying some casual veg food including veggie burgers and cupcakes, along with some non-vegan sides like truffle macaroni and cheese. The party at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe was thrown by the parents of the couple and catered by The Works Catering. Housing Works is a nonprofit that raises awareness for homelessness and HIV/AIDS.

People’s source told them, “Anne had a smile on her face all night long. With every friend and family member that approached her, that smile just got brighter…Some of the family was meeting each other for the first time. It was so very important for them to just have an amazing time introducing their families and making sure that everyone they knew and loved was on board.”

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