Ginnifer Goodwin & Josh Dallace Welcome 2nd Baby Boy & His Name Is Just Charming

Congratulations are in order because our favorite fairy-tale family just got bigger! Real-life Once Upon a Time couple Josh Dallas and Ginnifer Goodwin welcomed their second baby boy on June 1. And if you're wondering about this bundle's name, well, Snow and Charming could only pick something befitting a little prince. 


Yes, little Hugo Wilson Dallas was born in the city of angels -- and we're sure it's the start of many adventures with his celebrity mom and dad, who seem to love being parents.

In an interview with People last year, Dallas did nothing but gush about parenting firstborn Oliver Finlay Dallas with his actress wife:

It's extraordinary to have your partner, who you've known all this time, blossom into this woman … who is so nurturing, so caring and just so cool. She's so cool and she's a cool mom. It's great.

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Now little Oliver has a playmate. Goodwin recently spoke about pregnancy the second time around, and she explained that their 22-month-old son is excited to take on the role of big brother. The Zootopia star told E!:

He definitely understands the concept of a baby. He pulls up my shirt every day and pats my belly and says, 'Hello, baby.' We kept telling him, 'Your brother can hear you.' So he just pushes his face into my belly and talks.

Aww! That's seriously the cutest thing ever. 

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We can't help but love this pair on- and off-screen. Dallas and Goodwin started their romance while on the set of OUAT, and wed in April 2014.

Dallas basically fell in love at first sight, saying to People, "It hit me like a blinding light ... I thought, 'I'm in trouble now.'"


Well, it definitely looks like they got their happily ever after. 

Congrats to the proud parents, and we're sure fans can't wait to sneak a peak at Hugo's adorable baby pics!


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