Perhaps that's because they spent the weekend at Disneyland, which just so happens to be the happiest place on earth. After the actors visited the theme park in Anaheim, Calif., Fox shared three pictures via Facebook. "I'm still allowed in," the 27-year-old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles star joked.
The actress uploaded a photo of fireworks going off above Sleeping Beauty's Castle, and she also included a picture from her meet and greet with Minnie Mouse. The cutest snapshot, however, shows the movie star and her 40-year-old husband hugging under more than a dozen helium-filled balloons. No word yet if their sons Noah, 17 months, and Bodhi, 2 months, visited, too.
This isn't the first time the pair have visited one of Disney's theme parks. Months after their 2010 wedding, they took a selfie in front of the Magic Kingdom at Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
In the past, however, Fox has taken issue with Disney Channel. After Miley Cyrus' Vanity Fair photo shoot caused controversy and Vanessa Hudgens' nude pictures leaked online, she defended the Hannah Montana and High School Musical stars in GQ's September 2008 issue. "With any of the Miley Cyrus s--t, or any of that Vanessa Hudgens s--t—I would never issue an apology for my life and for who I am. It's like, 'Oh, I'm sorry I took a naked, private picture that someone is an a--hole and sold for money. I'm sorry if someone else is a d--k.' No. You shouldn't have to apologize. Someone betrayed Vanessa, but no one's angry at that person. She had to apologize. I hate Disney for making her do that. F--k Disney."
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly in June 2009, Fox said she had no regrets about saying, "F--k Disney" in the GQ cover story. "When I said 'F--k Disney!,' I f--king meant that! Because I was defending Miley Cyrus and all these young kids that they basically enslave and then basically s--t on when something goes wrong publicly," the actress said. "The fact that they made Miley Cyrus apologize publicly for a photograph that she took with Annie Leibovitz is outrageous. They should have had a Disney rep on the set who was watching over it, because it's Annie Leibovitz. She's known for doing a certain kind of photography. And they didn't. And that's their fault. To force a 14- or 15-year-old girl to come out and apologize like she's done something wrong is not acceptable."