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Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas marry in Los Angeles

Ginnifer Goodwin marries Josh Dallas
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Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas are married. The two, who might be better known as Snow White and Charming from the ABC series “Once Upon a Time,” wed on Saturday, reports Us Weekly on Sunday, April 13. The couple had been engaged since last October, and they had been dating since March, 2012.

The wedding was semi-secret, with only about 30 of their family and closest friends in attendance. Guests showed up between 5:30 and 6 p.m. at a courtyard destination near Los Angeles, according to E! News, complete with cactuses and stone pathways. Not to mention the Spanish guitars. If paparazzi had thought to follow any of the formally-dressed attendees, they might have been on scene for the occasion, but apparently they were not. That is likely just how Goodwin, 35, and Dallas, 32, wanted things to be.

"Ginnifer and Josh seemed very relaxed and happy," reported a source close to the couple, to E! "They were surrounded by their nearest and dearest friends and kept it very intimate and simple."

Obviously, however, the wedding had been a long time in the planning stages, because the bride wore a wedding dress custom-designed by Monique Lhuillier, in LA. Details on the gown are not readily available. This is a first wedding for the bride and a second for the groom.

Friends reveal that Ginnifer and Josh first became friends on a shoot in Canada, and the two tok if from there. According to one friend, “The relationship has been full-on since the moment it turned romantic. There was no reason to wait and take it slow—they fell in love, and it feels right.” That’s the magic way, and so appropriate for a fairy-tale prince and princess, after all.

Next secret to reveal? It seems that Ginnifer Goodwin is already expecting a little addition to their new family. Josh is so excited, he has already announced the news on “Good Morning America. Not much of a secret, after all.

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