Maggie Gyllenhaal has roped in her mother for a spot of babysitting so she an go to the Golden Globes tonight. Secretary' actress Maggie will be hitting the red carpet thanks to her mother, Hollywood screenwriter Naomi Foner, who will be looking after her baby daughter, Ramona. She told People magazine: "I know there are people who are cynical about these awards things but I'm actually thrilled to go. I'm excited to pick a dress, I'm excited to get dressed up, get my hair done and go."My mom's gonna watch my daughter and I'm gonna go and I'm gonna do it right. Maggie - who appeared alongside her real-life brother Jake Gyllenhaal incult film 'Donnie Darko' - has been with actor Peter Sarsgaard since 2002.Their daughter was born last October.The couple recently starred in 'Sherrybaby' together, which is due for release later this year.Tonight's ceremony will be the second time Maggie has attended the event. She last went four years ago when she was nominated for her role in'Secretary'.The 29-year-old actress is convinced tonight's event will be more memorable for her, as she was just a "newbie" last time. She said: "I don't have a real strong memory of it because I was just kind of so thrilled. It feels like such a different situation this time. It feels like I'm doing it for the first time."