Speaking to ‘Entertainment Tonight’ on the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Tuesday (January 10), the actress said: “It’s magical, it’s so wonderful. I love being pregnant and I feel just made me so blessed and so lucky, i’m happier than ever.” The ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ star added that it was “nice” that by doing this she could give numerous women her age “hope” to conceive later in life, as she insisted that anything is possible when people are willing to believe in themselves. “It’s just nice to see a lot of women in their 40s saying to me, ‘You gave me hope’, because once you really believe that something can happen, then you have a completely different mindset, you know, what I mean? Now it’s time to start building the nest. I’ve got three months left!” said Swank. The ‘Alaska Daily’ actress was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series: Drama at the awards ceremony for her role as investigative journalist Eileen Fitzgerald on the ABC drama.