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'Once Upon a Time's' Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas welcome baby boy

It's a boy for 'OUAT' stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas

Hear ye, hear ye — there's a new prince in town! Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas have welcomed a baby boy. 

The "Once Upon a Time" costars — and new husband and wife — welcomed the tiny tot on May 29, their rep told People.

"Both mom and baby are doing great," the rep told the mag.

It's the first child for both Goodwin, 36, and Dallas, 32, who wed in Venice, Calif. in April. They have yet to release the name of their son or any other birth details.

However, Goodwin recently joked that they were vexed by having to come up with a good moniker to go with her husband's surname.

"Naming a child, though, with the last name of Dallas is a little more complicated," Goodwin told Jimmy Kimmel in April." Not a first name that begins with a 'D,' because it gets porn-y, and nothing geographical, because it sounds like an airport."

Here at the Ministry, we're rooting for something regal or something "Once Upon a Time"-adjacent but wouldn't be surprised if they just settled on Josh.

The actors play Snow White and Prince Charming on the ABC fantasy series and met back in 2011 on the show's Canada set and took their relationship public in April 2012.

The "Big Love" actress announced her pregnancy back in November, just one month after the pair revealed they were engaged.

It's the first marriage for Goodwin and the second for Dallas. He was married to "Sherlock" star Lara Pulver when he first met Goodwin, E! News reported. Dallas and Pulver split in the fall of 2011, according to previous reports, and Goodwin also called off her engagement to Joey Kern in May of that year.

Incidentally, Goodwin's character was pregnant and gave birth as the fairy-tale series closed out its third season. A rep for the show said the pregnancy "will not affect production," according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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