No, it's not going into labour or raising a child, but actress Natalie Portman's biggest pregnancy fear is one we all have.
On a segment with Jimmy Kimmel on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Monday, the "Jackie" star opened up her biggest pregnancy fear and to our surprise it has everything to do with food, Hello Giggles reports.
“I feel like I get a little panicky about food availability,” Portman told the host.
Natalie Portman on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Jan. 30.
“Like, if I’m going somewhere, I’m like, ‘Will they have something that I will want to eat at that point?’ So before I go anywhere, I’ll have a plate of pancakes or, like, a veggie burger or whatever, just to be prepared.”
Oh girl, we feel you.
The 35-year-old "Black Swan" lead gave birth to her first child Aleph Portman-Millepied with husband Benjamin Millepied in June 2011.
After reports she was pregnant with baby number two last fall, Portman said she asked her friend Cate Blanchett (no big deal) for parenting advice, E! News reports.
"Very early on, I asked [her] about being a parent," she said in an interview with Harper's Bazaar. "I said, 'How do you do it? You're a mom. You're the best at what you do.' She said, 'You just do. Stressing about it doesn't help.'"
Portman also told Kimmel when she was at the SAG Awards on Sunday, there was food at her fingertips, but she didn't eat it.
Instead, she said she ate before she went to the show.
Talk about one prepared mama.