Patrick Dempsey, Family Out & About

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This isn't really news, of course, but we couldn't resist posting these pictures. Patrick Dempsey, as most of you surely know, is good-looking... even when shopping. As for wife Jillian (who is pregnant with twin boys) and daughter Tallulah, they make for quite the adorable family unit. Click to enlarge!

Patrick Dempsey, Family Out & About
Jillian & Tallulah Dempsey

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I'm blonde too - think I could trade places with wifey Jillian?? Hehe

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Him and his family are adorable.

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Whata stud he even looks hot grocery shopping! I wish I worked at that grocery store!!!

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Patrick Dempsey is 40 and looking good.
I'd tap that!!!

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Yeah he looks hot at eveything he do. Wife and Daughter is cute!!

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shoo that man gives me goose bumps! looking that good just grocery shopping! and his wife & daughter are adorable .. can't wait to see the twins! =]

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