More Ellen Pompeo, Chris Ivery Pictures

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Below are two more pictures of Ellen Pompeo and fiance Chris Ivery taken last Friday, the day of their engagement and also Ellen's birthday.

Nothing new to report, just thought we'd pass along a few more shots of the happy couple that a fan was kind enough to send in to us! 

Congrats, Ellen & Chris!
Chris Ivery & Ellen Pompeo: Engaged!

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Hey Ellen, does he call you "luscious"???

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Congrats! you two look like a happy coulple, though i'd much prefer 2 see ellen with mc dreamy (kiddin)
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Chris -
Congratulations to you and your wife to be.
It appears as though everything worked out for the best.
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