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Ginnifer Goodwin showed off her growing baby bump and confirmed the gender of her second child with her husband, Josh Dallas.

"I am having a boy," she told to E! News at the Los Angeles premiere of "Zootopia." "We honestly wanted that."

At the event, held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. on Feb. 17, 2016, Ginnifer dressed up her blossoming bump in a patterned floor-length silk gown. Her signature pixie cut was softly tousled and paired with a slight smokey eye makeup and a striking pink lipstick.

She was joined by her handsome man, who looked super dapper in a fitted patterned dark blue suit that brought out his striking blue eyes.

The pair, who announced they were expecting for a second time in November 2015, are also parents to Oliver Finlay Dallas, who will be 2 years old in May.

"He says 'Hi, baby,' every day and rubs my belly and gets excited," Ginnifer gushed. "He gets the concept [of a baby], but he also sometimes points to his own belly and asks if there's a baby in there, so who knows."

When asked how much she was looking forward to seeing Oliver as a big brother, Ginnifer exclaimed, "Oh, I can't wait!"

"Somebody said something really interesting to us the other day, and it was that we shouldn't build him up too much in the beginning, because he's expecting a playmate, and the baby is going to come out and sleep and cry 18 hours a day," she added.

Ginnifer and Josh met on the set of "Once Upon a Time," and began dating in the fall of 2011. The couple were engaged in October 2013 and tied the knot on April 12, 2014 in California.

Ginnifer's work life is full of fairytale experiences as she plays a Disney princess on "Once" across her real-life Prince Charming and is now the voice of an idealist rabbit in the new 3D animated adventure movie, "Zootopia."

The 37-year-old recently admitted that her roles, combined with being a mother, have given her an extra appreciation for all things Disney.

"We've gone to [Disneyland] probably a bit more than is healthy," she admitted in the spring issue of Disney twenty-three.

"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."

The beautiful actress also added that she wants to find a better balance so she doesn't overdue it with the Disney obsession.

"I have a couple deep, dark fears about childrearing, like they won't love Disneyland because I'll oversaturate them."