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Once Upon a Time star Ginnifer Goodwin recently married her Prince Charming, literally, as the actress who plays Snow White on ABC’s fairy-tale-themed drama wed her co-star Josh Dallas, who plays Prince Charming.
On Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, a pregnant Goodwin opened up about the details of the ceremony, noting, “I married Prince Charming.”
On April 12, two days after wrapping production on OUAT, Goodwin and Dallas tied the knot in Venice, Calif.
The actress said it was a “very, very small wedding,” but her and Dallas’ “many parents” all came out for the ceremony as did her childhood rabbi, who officiated.
Despite being eight months pregnant and recently having finished her work on the latest season of OUAT, Goodwin said her wedding day was “the most stress-free, relaxing, beautiful day.”
There was one slight hiccup, though. The morning of her wedding, Goodwin’s wedding planner phoned her in tears to tell her that her ketubah, a Jewish wedding contract, was stolen when the wedding planner’s car was robbed.
But miraculously, two people who read Hebrew found the ketubah in the middle of the street, contacted Goodwin’s reps and managed to get the contract back to them.
She also laughed about the stereotypically Southern appearance of her wedding.
“We’re both Southern,” she said of herself and Dallas. “I was literally barefoot and pregnant at our wedding,” she added, revealing that she was afraid she’d fall over if she wore heels.
She added that her Southern parents aren’t upset that she got pregnant before she got married.
As for her and Dallas’ baby, Goodwin’s already established a couple of ground rules for choosing the child’s name, in light of the fact that its last name will be “Dallas.”
“Nothing that begins with a ‘D’ because it gets porn-y, and nothing geographical because it sounds like an airport,” she said.
Watch Goodwin’s full interview below.
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