An integral part of of the cultural zeitgeist, Anne Hathaway has given us some of our favourite films of all time. From 'The Princess Diaries' to 'The Devil Wears Prada', 'Les Misérables', and 'Love and Other Drugs', she's proven that she's a true Hollywood star.

For the guts of the early 2000s, Anne Hathaway was a household name, flat out in the box office. But then, the unthinkable happened; she pissed people off and they became "Hatha-haters".

It was the 'Jennifer Lawrence' effect; people loved her and in an instant, circa 2012, they were done with her and her try-hard acceptance speeches. People started to get fed up of the shtick, when at the Golden Globes she accepted her award with a pretty hammy remark, "thank you for this lovely blunt object, that I will forevermore use as a weapon against self-doubt".

She was still making movies like 'The Witches' and 'Ocean's 8' and getting involved in series including 'We Crashed' and 'Solos', but she didn't have the same public-hype.

In our ever-fickle world, things are changing all over again. Cool Hathaway has eclipsed uncool Hathaway and she's all over our social feeds and best-dressed lists again (rejoice).

We can't budge on Twitter at the minute for Anne Hatha-lovers, and not just the newbies flooding in after her Cannes resurgence. No, no. These fans have been here since the pixie cut and beyond.

The actor has stunned at the Cannes Film Festival over the weekend, garnering attention for her graceful looks, her impeccable skin, and her doting husband.

We're sure 'Miranda Presley' would approve of the eleganza, but what of the randomness of the limelight? Sometimes, it can be trendy to jump on the bandwagon and we're quick to 'cancel' people and often wrongly. Trends come and go, and one thing is for sure, Anne Hathaway is back in fashion.

With all this buzz around the 'Princess of Genovia' fans are demanding a 'Princess Diaries' reboot. We're certainly not opposed to that, or any other big features for the actress. We need a new go-to comfort rom-com.

Hatha-lovers, what are your favourite Anne Hathaway films? We'll go first: 'The Devil Wears Prada'.