UPDATE: Goodwin confirms to E! News during the Zootopia premiere that she is pregnant with another boy. The star tells us that they don't have any names picked out yet, but she and hubby Josh Dallas wanted another son. She adds that their firstborn, Oliver, kind of understands he's going to be a big brother, and pats his mom's belly, saying, "Hi, baby."


Being a mother can bring on a number of fears, and for Ginnifer Goodwin, one of those fears has to do with the love of Disney. We'll explain. 

In the latest issue of Disney Twenty-Three, the pregnant Once Upon a Time actress, who is expecting her second son with hubby Josh Dallas, confesses that she's afraid her kids won't embrace all things Disney as much as she does. "We've gone to [Disneyland] probably a bit more than is healthy," the 37-year-old reveals in the spring issue of the Disney mag.

However, so far, it seems like her firstborn, Oliver Finlay Dallas, is right on track to being a Disney fanatic. 

"Oliver loves, loves, loves it. I have a video of him having a dance jam with Pluto and Donald. He cries when we take him away from the characters instead of what most toddlers do, which is cry when the characters come to them." 

She adds, "I have a couple deep, dark fears about childrearing, like they won't love Disneyland because I'll oversaturate them," and is also afraid that they won't be convinced with her latest gig, where she lends her voice as police rabbit Judy Hopps in the animated film Zootopia. "I also fear that they will say things to me like, ‘Mom, I don't know why you think you sound like that bunny. You're not Judy.'"

Oh, Ginnifer.

The on-screen couple, who clearly took their fairy tale romance off-screen, announced the exciting news of their second pregnancy late last year, and although learning that the fan-favorite lovebirds are expanding their brood is always happy news, fans weren't all that surprised to hear that the couple are adding to their little family.

"We'll have as many as the universe will grant us," Goodwin told E! News in January 2015, while Dallas said, "Maybe somewhere down the road. We'd like to give this guy a brother or a sister for sure. Close in age would be nice….Have a little buddy." 

And voila! Here we are.

The stars first met on the set of their hit ABC show and their character's storylines as Prince Charming and Snow White began to mimic real life as they fell in love off-camera and eventually wed in April 2014.  "I married Prince Charming," Goodwin gushed to Jimmy Kimmel. "We're both southern, so I was literally barefoot and pregnant at our wedding. I was afraid I would fall over. I don't know what I was thinking."

Zootopia hits theaters March 4. 

—Reporting by Marc Malkin

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