Anne Hathaway admits marriage has changed her.
The 'Interstellar' actress - who tied the knot with Adam Shulman two years ago after almost four years of dating - didn't expect to feel any differently by making the union official but says she is more open now.
Speaking on the 'Today' show, she said: "We both talked about it before hand and how it wasn't going to change anything.
"But something shifts and I don't know what it is. And I didn't realise I was keeping a part of myself protected and it's kind of all on the line now.
"I'm his and he's mine, Oh God stop it... so cheesy excuse me."
Anne recently explained her belief that all marriages are "unique" and there is not set formula to making a relationship work.
Asked what's the key to having a happy relationship, the 32-year-old actress said: "There is none.
"Every marriage is unique because every person that is married is unique. It doesn't even have to be marriage, it could be just a relationship. One thing that works for one couple doesn't necessarily work for another couple.
"I think the most important thing is to bring your most honest and authentic self with the other person - that's what we do, and so far it's working out really well."