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‘Once Upon A Time’ Season 4 Spoilers: Emilie De Ravin Talks Rumbelle’s Future

“Once Upon a Time” won’t return to airwaves until the fall, but that hasn’t stopped the show’s cast from dishing up Season 4 spoilers.
Emilie de Ravin, famous for her portrayal of Belle on the ABC series, appeared alongside her “OUAT” castmates at Xivent’s Fairy Tales Chapter II event in Paris this weekend to promote coming season and discuss the future of her romance with her "beast," Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold (played by Robert Carlyle.)
While Ravin, 32, formerly of “Lost” fame, didn’t dish exactly what’s in store for “Rumbelle,” she did share her thoughts on what adversities the newlyweds will have to face next season.
Having just walked down the aisle in the Season 3 finale, Ravin confirmed that their honeymoon will be short-lived. When prompted to discuss the possibility of a spat in the coming episodes, Ravin said an altercation is highly likely due to Rumple’s decision to lie to Belle by having her safeguard a fraudulent version of his ever-powerful dagger, “The Dark One.” 
“I think something is going to go down. She’s going to have to find out about the dagger. Something tells me she’s not going to be terribly happy about that,” Ravin said, adding that despite a possible quarrel, Rumbelle will most likely have a happy ending. “Belle is very, very forgiving,” Ravin hinted.
While there is no video confirmation, some reports suggest that Ravin also dished on a possibility of a child. “It should be interesting to have a child with Rumple,” multiple fan sites report Ravin saying.
While Rumpelstiltskin and Belle’s love story may be featured in the new season, their fan-favorite characters will have to make room in Storybrooke, Maine, for the series' newest addition -- Queen Elsa from Disney’s “Frozen.” According to a report fromTV Line, the ice queen will also be joined onscreen by fellow stars from the 2013 Disney animated film, mainly Princess Anna and her love interest, Kristoff.
"Once Upon a Time" returns Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC this fall. Source
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