Ginnifer Goodwin went shopping for her unborn baby in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Monday (April 28). The very pregnant actress wore a long black dress for the trip to Bel Bambini.
The 35-year-old dished on her pregnancy and recent wedding during her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last Wednesday. The Once Upon a Time star mentioned that her baby has been active in her belly.
She said, “There’s like a Cirque de Soleil performance. It’s like alien stuff.”
She also shared that strangers haven’t been rubbing her bump joking, “I was told that people would be coming up on the streets and just manhandling me, but I’ve been spared. I have been! I feel a little less loved, but…”
According to E! News – talking about her wedding to Josh Dallas Goodwin revealed, “We wrapped production on Once Upon a Time two weeks ago, and a couple days later I was wed in Venice, Calif. I married Prince Charming. 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.”
When Kimmel said her baby will have the “greatest” surname she chimed in, “Naming a child, though, with the last name of Dallas is a little more complicated”, adding that they won’t give a first name with a D.
She explained, “Because it gets porn-y. And nothing geographical because it sounds like an airport.”
However her husband thinks otherwise.
She said, “He was like, ‘Boy or girl, Austin Dallas.’ I was like, ‘That is an actual place where planes land. We can’t do that.”
After Kimmel asked if her parents were mad that she got pregnant before the wedding she replied, “No. We may be southern, but it’s also the first grandchild, so they’re not only ecstatic that I’m pregnant but they’re all coming back out here in a couple of weeks to just camp out and wait.”
Her April 12 nuptials did have a big hiccup.
“I know this is probably the most annoying thing someone can say, especially because I’m eight months pregnant…but it was the most stress-free, relaxing, beautiful day,” she recalled. “We hired a wedding planner to help us because we were in Canada planning this thing, and she called me crying on the morning of our wedding. Great, great, great on the morning of our wedding! And she said, ‘My car has been robbed.'”
She added, “‘What could be in the car that actually would matter?’ And she’s saying, ‘I’ve been on the phone with people in Israel,’ and I’m like, ‘Okay, the rabbi was not kidnapped.’ And she says, ‘I’ve sent people to art supply stores.’ I’m like, ‘Well, if my dress was stolen, I can just bring a sheet or something. I will be fine.’ And she says your ketubah is missing—the ketubah is a Jewish wedding contract, and you have them made by artists and they’re all in Hebrew and it’s your religious contract—and she says it’s stolen. Who cares about our wedding contract? That’s a big Twitter pic or something.”
She continued, “By the time we get off the phone, I have messages from my representatives who say—this sounds like a joke—two Jews were walking down the street in Hollywood, found a piece of paper in the middle of the street, read Hebrew, knew that the 13th of Nissan was like the 12th of April, and that it therefore might be important that we get this piece of paper back with my name on it, Googled who represents Ginnifer Goodwin, found my reps at home on a Saturday, and got us back our wedding ketubah.”