Eric Dane Plays Mr. McSteamy, Too

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He may play Dr. McSteamy on Grey's Anatomy, but in real life, Eric Dane is proving he is still Mr. McSteamy for his wife, actress Rebecca Gayheart.

According to TMZ.Com, Eric Dane and his wife of more than two years hit the trendy L.A. spa Ruth's Skin Care Salon for a couples' facial.

Eric Dane Plays Mr. McSteamy, Too
As Gayheart, 34, was getting a collagen facial, Dane (always a romantic) snuck into the room and pretended to be one of the employees so he could be the one giving her a foot massage.

Imagine Rebecca's surprise when she opened her eyes and saw her husband massaging her feet.

The couple, who eloped in October 2004 on the very night they got engaged, seems to know how to keep love exciting.

It's good to see that for all his arrogance as Mark Sloan, Dane, 35, is one of many Grey's Anatomy stars in healthy, lasting relationships off the set.

One can't help but wonder: was Dane wearing only a white towel during this special date? It certainly seems appropriate.

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YEAH! Sexy man knows how to treat a spicy woman! Their romance will last forever!

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Totally hot and nice to see he's not the player he is on the show.

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Being dreamier than mc dreamy in my mind ...

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