She is one of the popular British actresses who married Sam Caird but did not share information about him to the world.
Now, let’s hop into the info that Anna tried to hide from us! The pair organized marriage ceremony in London, where they invited some close friends and relatives only.
Here is the post you might want to look: The current status of the pair is smooth as their bond is as strong as steel.
Although we do not know much of their life, we can say that this couple is one of the happiest couples around.
The truth was far more prosaic: she's scared of mice."I'm absolutely terrified of rodents," she says. I don't think he understood just how much of a phobia it was.
He called me over one day and had a mouse in his hand and I just burst into tears."She can be forgiven her timidity - Anna is, after all, only 16.
But despite her young age, she stars in a film tipped to be one of the biggest box office hits of the year: the £110 million film adaptation of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, released on December 9.
The film, directed by Andrew Adamson, has taken four years to make and features a host of British acting talent, including Jim Broadbent, Liam Neeson and Tilda Swinton as the White Witch, who has cast a spell over Narnia condemning it to eternal winter.
It might be blissful way of starting new life in most cases while some might end up in being disastrous.
' "Anna, who like all the young actors had a tutor on set, sat her GCSEs after filming ended in April and got 10 A*s - much to the chagrin of her co-star, Moseley."I mean, who gets that?
" he asks during their first interview, looking at her disgustedly across the sofa through a mop of unkempt fair hair.
The foursome is completed by Georgie Henley, 10, as Lucy and Skandar Keynes, 14, as Edmund."It can be bizarre," says Anna.
"Today I had a normal day at school, then I went to Armani Couture and spent three hours looking for a dress to wear to the premiere, then I went home to do my essays."If my friends are jealous, they don't show it.