Our dreams have officially come true! 'Devil Wears Prada' Meryl Streep sits down with Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour for an interview about Streep's latest film.
The Oscar winning actress plays Wintour's late friend, Katharine Graham, who oversaw The Washington Post through the Watergate scandal, which eventually led to President Richard Nixon's resignation.
Wintour admitted Graham was one of the most "intimidating people" she's ever met, but when she asked Streep about the most challenging character she's ever played, another name came to mind.
"Oh! I should say..." Streep trailed off as Wintour cut her off before she could discuss Devil Wears Prada. "No, no! We're not going there, Meryl," the editor-in-chief laughed.
"No, that wasn't anyway," Streep smiled. "That was fun!"
Streep and Wintour also went on to discuss the scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein. The actress admitted she discusses it all the time with her three daughters.
"We want them to be free. We want them to be proud. We want them to be female," she said. "But you put them in danger by not informing them about the male gaze and how it works on young girls."
Watch the entire interview above.