Patrick Dempsey, Wife Hit the Town

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There's no story here -- just a picture we came across in Us Weekly. Patrick Dempsey was recently spotted having brunch with wife Jillian (pictured), and their daughter, Tallulah, in New York City's West Village. Consider this our attempt to appease all of you McDreamy fans.

Patrick & Jillian Dempsey
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Sorry, but I'm waaayyy better looking! Dump her, marry me and I'll adopt the kids! LOL! No, but seriously!!!

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Sorry, but I am wayyy better looking! Dump her! Marry Me!! I'll adopt the kids! LOL!

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divorce her, marry me,,haha,, he's so mcdreamy

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he is soo dreamy!

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"That cute", but his steal r McDreamy. Thats all i got to say.

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