Cinderella is going to be Latina. Finally!

It was announced that Dania Ramirez would take on the role of one of the most beloved Disney princesses of all time in the ABC series, "Once Upon a Time."

Executive producer Edward Kitsis revealed the casting choice during Disney’s D23 Expo, Entertainment Weekly reports.

"Dania Ramirez will be playing a different version of Cinderella. If we remember Henry’s grandfather is Prince Charming [Josh Dallas], so we have the grandson of Prince Charming with a new Cinderella," Kitsis said.

Once the news got out, the Dominican-born actress was able to express how grateful she was to be a part of the new take on the classic fairytale.

Her Instagram caption read,

"I find myself in this magical place where different worlds can collide, love is real and happy endings exist once we allow ourselves to be open minded enough to belief [sic]. #Latina #Cinderella #OnceUponATime #oncers #daniacs." 

People are also thrilled that they're finally going to get the Latina Disney princess they had been begging for — a well-recognized princess, at that.

Disney received similar praise back when it announced its first-ever Latina princess, "Elena Of Avalor" — because representation is of paramount importance. And even then, Disney could not 100% confirm if princess Elena is, in fact, Latina.

Although Latinxs make up nearly 18% of the nation's total population, only 6% of characters in TV and film are Latinx (compared to white characters who total 72% of the roles).

Ramirez knows how HUGE this is and she's more than ready to make Latinxs proud.

"This one is for all of us! #Latina #DominicanAmerican," she wrote. "I'm living a real life fairytale."