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Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas married: 'Once Upon a Time' actors tie the knot

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas
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Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas are married! On April 13, Us Weekly confirmed the exciting news, reporting that the "Once Upon a Time" actors (who are expecting their first child together) tied the knot on Saturday after becoming engaged in October of 2013. The couple has been dating since March 2012. Sources say they instantly hit it off and their chemistry was undeniable (in case you can't see that on television).

According to E! News, the couple wed in an "intimate ceremony" of about 30 people in the Los Angeles area on Saturday. Previously the couple said they couldn't wait to celebrate their marriage with family and friends (including their second TV family). It appears as though they wanted a very quiet, private ceremony. Perhaps they will have a larger, louder party at a later date.

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas play Snow White and Prince Charming on ABC's "Once Upon a Time." The couple first met while filming for the show in Canada. They quickly became friends but the more time they spent with each other, the closer they became. They fell in love a short time later -- and now their very own fairytale is coming true!

It is unknown how long the couple had been planning their nuptials but they were able to keep everything very private. E! News had a few details -- such as the bride's gown. Mrs. Dallas wore a custom-designed Monique Lhuillier. Details about what it looked like were not available. It's unclear what Mr. Dallas wore (presumably a tux) or who the designer was.

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas are not unlike other Hollywood couples who meet on the set of a show or movie. There have been many successful Hollywood romances bred on screen. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ("Mr. & Mrs. Smith), Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis ("That 70's Show"), and Christina Aguilera and Matt Rutler ("Burlesque") are just a few.

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