Patrick & Jillian Dempsey Welcome Sons!

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Patrick Dempsey & Jillian Dempsey
Patrick Dempsey and his wife, Jillian, welcomed twin boys on Thursday, People magazine has confirmed.

The twins, who were named Darby Galen and Sullivan Patrick, were born in Los Angeles and join the Dempseys' four-year-old daughter, Tallulah, in the growing household.

Dempsey, 41, who has won the hearts of millions as Dr. Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd on Grey's Anatomy, announced the pregnancy in September on Live with Regis and Kelly. Since then, he's talked at length about how he puts family first and keeps priorities in line.

In January, he posed for Life with his head resting on Jillian's pregnant belly, reflecting on fatherhood and how it's changed him.

"Now, making money is about providing for my children," he said. "And being a father makes you look at yourself. You look at your marriage and go, 'How do I improve this? How do I keep growing and create a stable environment for my children?'"

Patrick met Jillian - a celebrity stylist who now has her own high-end cosmetics line - in 1994 when he came into her salon for a haircut. They married in 1999 at the Dempsey family farmhouse in Maine.

Congratulations to the happy family!

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Dear Patrich, Jillian and Tallulah,
Congratualations! Im verry happy that everything is fine with the boys and the rest of the family! I hope that you all get some rest so that you can spend some time togheter! I wish you luck, health and above love!

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Wonderful news. Congratulations to all and welcome little McDreamies.

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Congratulations to Patrick and his wife Jill on the arrival of their twin boys Darby Galen and Sullivan Patrick!! :)

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they sound adorable! i love their names .. especially darby galen! so cute! and sullivan patrick .. aww. so sweet!

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Good luck to all of them and happy diapering!!

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