Cate Blanchett’s Husband ‘wouldn’t Go Near Her’ When She Played Bob Dylan

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June 12, 2019 | 8:48am EST

Cate Blanchett’s husband wasn’t a fan of her “androgynous” transformation when she took on the role of musician Bob Dylan.
The 50-year-old actress played Jude Quinn, an embodiment of the Blowin’ in the Wind hitmaker, in the 2007 musical drama I’m Not There, based on the singer’s life. And, in an interview with InStyle, the star confessed her husband was less than impressed with her look for the film.
“My husband wouldn’t come near me,” she quipped. “Yeah, that was obviously quite androgynous.”
Cate married Australian playwright and screenwriter Andrew Upton in 1997, and the couple have four children – three sons and one adopted daughter.
The Ocean’s 8 star went on to discuss her own personal style, and confessed she pays little attention to what people on social media say about her – because it’s all about what makes her feel good.
“It’s not what gets ‘likes’ and views,” the star insisted. “I love fashion, I love costumes, and I’m also a great lover of re-wearing things I’ve loved in the past.
“I would say my go-to is pretty much a well-pressed suit. Or a good pair of trousers.”
She also urged fans to have fun with fashion, and not to take finding a style too seriously, adding: “It should never be work… True chic is effortless, and it’s got to come from you.”