We'll get married later' and then I was nine months pregnant and we were like 'We totally need to get married,' so at nine months, we invited like maybe 25 people."After proposing to his real-life leading lady in October 2013, the couple exchanged vows in front of close friends and family in an intimate Los Angeles ceremony in April 2014."Ginnifer and Josh seemed very relaxed and happy," a source described at the time.Certainly I respect her talent as an actress and to be able to work with that every day is a dream come true and then to be able to go home with my best friend is also the best," Dallas toldat the 2017 Academy Awards. For me, it will always be the thrill of my life to have been a part of it. Of course we couldn't wait to come back."While their fairy tale life on-screen has officially ended, their real-world love story is still very much underway. Unfortunately, their time as Snow White and Prince Charming came to a close as they bid farewell to their longtime roles with the sixth season last year. With Goodwin celebrating a birthday today and their sons' special days coming at the end of this month and next, they are all kicking off a new chapter to their own storybooks—together.
After her time at Boston University, she studied in England at Stratford Upon-Avon’s Shakespeare Institute, in conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company."They were shooting in Canada together and because they were both away from home, they inevitably started to socialize together off the set as well as on—and they got closer as friends," the source explained.However, being on set in another country put a strain on Dallas' marriage and the pair of actors separated in the fall of 2011, the source added."They were surrounded by their nearest and dearest friends and kept it very intimate and simple."As their fairy tale romance evolved, Goodwin made another lifetime dream come true: motherhood."I want three or five children, but I need a bigger house or a smaller closet. If it happened right now, I would absolutely have a baby," the star told in 2010.When the series' end arrived at the seventh season marker, the couple returned for the last episode to properly say goodbye."I mean, it's a privilege. We were wondering why it took them so long to invite us back," Dallas told E! As her real-life leading man wrote online, "Intelligence is Ginny. She is known for playing Margene Heffman in the drama series Big Love (2006–2011), Snow White/Mary Margaret Blanchard in the fantasy series Once Upon a Time (2011–2017, 2018), and Judy Hopps in the Disney animated film Zootopia.There was no reason to wait and take it slow—they fell in love, and it feels right.""I knew that in fact I was going to marry my husband Josh at Disneyland because I took him for his first time ever and we had just started dating...We were on Big Thunder Mountain and he threw his arms in the air and he goes, 'This is the best day of my life' and I was like, 'We're totally getting married,'" she recalled in an interview with Kelly Ripaand Michael Strahan. The two headed down the aisle two years later—with a little one on the way.“Seven years after we set off on this magical journey, we prepare to say goodbye to the cast, crew and writers that made the ‘happily ever after’ that is possible,” co-creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz said in a statement.“We couldn’t think of a more fitting way to say farewell than by reuniting so many of the characters that our fiercely loyal fans spent years with on their adventures.