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Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas welcome baby son and reveal adorable name

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Congratulations are in order for Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas! The couple, who play Snow White and Prince Charming on fantasy show Once Upon a Time, have welcomed their second child – a baby boy!

The baby was born on 1 June, and the happy couple have named their new son Hugo Wilson Dallas. The pair already have a son named Oliver Finlay Dallas, who was born in May 2014.

The new mum opened up on Jimmy Kimmel Live about how she plans on finding a nanny for her second child, joking that she and her husband were "staffing up." She said: "The first time we thought we needed to be heroes and do everything. We thought, 'That's too L.A. for us,' so we went real hippy-dippy.


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The couple opened up about their baby son

"This time we're going at it Downton Abbey-style—staffing up—like a nanny and an under-nanny."

Ginnifer, who voiced main character Judy in Disney's Zootropolis, also recently revealed her unusual fear for her children in the latest issue of Disney Twenty-Three, joking that she worries they won't love Disney as much as she does. "We've gone to Disneyland probably a bit more than is healthy. Oliver loves, loves, loves it. I have a video of him having a dance jam with Pluto and Donald.

"He cries when we take him away from the characters instead of what most toddlers do, which is cry when the characters come to them. I have a couple of deep, dark fears about childrearing, like they won't love Disneyland because I'll over-saturate them," she said.

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Ginnifer and Josh welcomed their second baby boy

Ginnifer and Josh wed in an intimate ceremony in 2014 after meeting on the set of Once Upon a Time in 2011. Josh spoke about meeting Ginnifer, revealing he immediately fell in love with his now-wife. He said: "It hit me like a blinding light. I thought, 'I'm in trouble now.' 

"It's definitely a plus that we get to spend so much time together. I think it adds something; it adds a different dynamic to the characters that we're playing that we can bring to it."

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