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Ginnifer Goodwin Is Pregnant, Expecting First Child

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Ginnifer Goodwin is pregnant, and is excited to share the news with all of her fans. The actress is expecting her first child, with her fiancee Josh Dallas. The news broke recently that she was oficially pregnant after she had been seen wearing loose fitting clothes.

It also came not long after the announcement of her engagement to Josh Dallas. The couple play Snow White and Prince Charming on the hit ABC show Once Upon A Time, but in October, it was announced that the two would be tying the knot in the future.

While this does not signify that all fairy tale romances come true, it certainly has for these two co-stars who play fairy tale lovers on the show.

Goodwin, who is 35, met Dallas, 31, on the set in 2011. The couple went public with their romance during the following spring.

Goodwin has always been open about her desire to have children, and is likely to be very excited about the news. She feels that she is getting older too, and wanted to get pregnant before she felt that it was too late.

Speaking about getting pregnant, she said “The only issue I have with aging is nothing to do with my career. It’s that I want to have a lot of kids before I’m physically unable to do so.”

Once Upon A Time is currently in its third season, and just recently Ginnifer Goodwin’s character said that she would like to have another baby. Does that mean that their new baby would become a part of the show after it is born?

In addition to Once Upon a Time, Goodwin has appeared in several films including Something Borrowed, Mona Lisa Smile, and recently the TV movie Killing Kennedy. Dallas had previously appeared in Red Tails and Thor.

Details such as the gender of the baby, and its due date will be kept private for the time being, and can keep fans guessing as to what it will be.

Here is a flashback to Josh Dallas talking about working with Ginnifer Goodwin on the show.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Is Pregnant, Expecting First Child
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