New Mom Ginnifer Goodwin Returns To Work

Ginnifer Goodwin films 'Once Upon a Time' in Vancouver, with co-stars husband Josh Dallas, Jennifer Morrison and Colin O'Donoghue

Art imitating life.

New parents Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas were spotted on-set of their hit TV series, Once Upon a Time, in Vancouver, B.C. on Wednesday (July 16). Joined by costars Jennifer Morrison and Colin O’Donoghue, the newlywed costars were photographed pushing a doll in a stroller.

It looks like we’ll have to wait to catch a glimpse of the couple’s first child – son Oliver – who was born on May 29.

The couple began dating in March 2012, and were wed on April 12 in the Los Angeles area.

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Photo credit: Pacific Coast News

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  1. Jessica

    I find it odd some celebs use the travel system the wrong way. Car seats supposed to face inward. Not to mention you’d think shielding your newborn from paps and the sun would be the thing to do by having it the other way.

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    • Ivy.

      That entire stroller is a prop. That baby is a fake baby. They were rehearsing scenes for her show. I’m sure the stroller is positioned that way for some cinematic reason. I don’t think Ginnifer and Josh would be that careless with their own child, especially since it seems like they don’t plan on releasing any photos of him and there were tons of photographers on set that day. Heck, they didn’t even voluntarily release his name.

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  2. amanda

    She had all of June and half of July to lose the baby weight and she still hasn’t!! What kind of Hollywood example is she setting? I guess it must must focus on your baby, what a concept.

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    • amanda

      must be

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    • BobaFett

      amanda…. well played sir. well played. :D excellent comment!

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      • laura

        I agree. ;)
        I quite dislike any comment on new moms’ bodies, even if it is meant to be a compliment. Like, why are you even paying attention to the body of a woman who just gave birth? Why should it be your business? As if women, or actresses, would owe to the public to get thin right away, and the public is saying “oh yes, she did good, she’s just as skinny as before”, or “she still has a lot of weight, I wonder what dieting program she’ll take”…
        It will be her concern to take time and get in a shape that she considers right for herself (for me being fit is a matter of health, not just of image). No one else should be bothered. ;)

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      • laura

        I just wanted to add that I obviously had understood the ironic nature of the first comment and I agree with its spirit, I was just adding my thoughts about it. :)

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    • Janna

      Thanks for letting us know that new mothers can’t possibly embark on an exercise program without ignore their babies. //sarcasm

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