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Ginnifer Goodwin Wants To Live Happily Ever After With A lot of Children

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Ginnifer Goodwin, who plays the character of Snow White on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time, ” told the Sun Daily that she prefers motherhood to acting and wants to have as many babies, “as the universe will grant us.” Goodwin already has a 7 month old baby named Oliver with Josh Dallas, who plays her Prince Charming on the series. “Motherhood is so much better than I thought. It makes me feel like acting is not at all creative, but being a parent, anybody who’s a parent, I want to give an Oscar to.”

Josh and Ginnifer tied the knot this last spring, shortly before Ginnifer gave birth to Oliver. The happy mother and new bride told E! “Prince Charming is Prince Charming in real life as well. You know what, I am a lucky girl and we have a gorgeous, ridiculous kid.” (she explained the comment ridiculous: ) “He makes me laugh so much, and even if we squabble, he makes me laugh, so I can’t even stay angry—which is its own level of frustrating. I want to be mad.”

When asked about her roles, Goodwin said that Snow White used to be her favorite character, but now she has changed her mind. She told Instyle that saying Snow White was her favorite was an “egotistical” answer, and now she prefers Belle the Bookworm in Beauty and the Beast because she “values herself for her intellect, not just the way she looks.”

Ginnifer Goodwin, who changed her first name from Jennifer to Ginnifer to aid people in pronouncing it with her native Tennessee dialect, was raised by a stay at home Jewish mother and her father owned and operated a recording studio. She attended both Jewish and Christian services and was active in the North American Federation of Temple Youth.

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