When she was filming Lovers Lane in London she met her husband Ben Andra.
She and I grew up 20 minutes away from each other but never met until we met in LA.’ .
"He's strict, but he's also incredibly fun, incredibly loving," Anna reveals.
"It's so amazing to see that moment that Chris comes home from work and Jack is like, 'Daddy!
"People really need to pound the information into you because it is a tidal wave change into your life."She adds, "Especially as a woman, your identity changes.
You are now a mom, sort of the most important job in the world, and the pressure and the guilt and all the things that are sort of wrapped up in that, I don't think anyone can prepare you for."One of the things that's changed most for her and Chris in becoming parents is that they've learned to "live a little less selfishly." In fact, they're endlessly questioning whether they should continue raising Jack in Hollywood."We want Jack to have as normal of a childhood or at least a similar childhood as we had," Anna says before adding a funny anecdote: "The other day I was picking him up from his pre-school and there was some paparazzi—that doesn't happen very often, when Chris is around and in town it's different—but Jack waved at them and said, ‘Cheese!