Patrick Dempsey: A Family Portrait

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Patrick & Sons
is one proud papa.

Featured in the newest People magazine, the Grey's Anatomy leading man and his whole family look extremely happy - and with good reason.

Patrick, wife Jillian and daughter Tallulah recently welcomed twin sons Sullivan Patrick and Darby Galen, born February 1 at an L.A.-area hospital.

"I was watching everything that was going on with the doctors, and you see a lot of that in the show," says Dempsey, who helped cut both cords.

The new dad admits that when he and Jillian first learned they were expecting not one, but two new additions to the family, "I was a little overwhelmed."

With three little ones occupying in the house, are there more on the way? Doesn't look like it. "I think we're done now," Dempsey says.

As for how Tallulah is handling big sister duties? Dempsey says not only did his 5-year-old help decide on the boys' names, she's "very excited and very good about taking care of her brothers."

Here are People Magazine pictures:

Patrick & Children
Darby Galen & Sullivan Patrick
The Whole Fam

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WOW!
It's wonderful to see such a beautiful, HAPPY family. I wish them all the happiness in the world - but it looks like they've already got it! And yes - it's great to see & hear something positive about the GA folks after all the :( Congratulations to the Dempsey family - could that smile get any bigger???

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They look like such a happy family!

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ALL I CAN SAY IS WOW!!! FINALLY A UP BEAT ARTICLE ABOUT SOMEONE ON GA! AND YOU KNEW IT WOULD BE PD...LOVE THAT MAN!!!! AND HOW ADORABLE ARE THOSE BABIES...

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Always something so sexy about a man holding a newborn. When that man is Patrick Dempsey and there are TWO newborns... wow. Just wow.

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Beautiful photos! I am thrilled that Patrick is happy in his life. It is obvious to me that his marriage means a lot to him and I believe his marriage won't go down the tubes, like so many celebrity marriages do. Please everyone--don't take my comments the wrong way, I think you know what I mean. I wish all the best for Patrick and Jillian and his children!

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Oh these pictures are too adorable for words! Thank you so much Insider for printing them for us! I can't wait to buy the magazine! I have twin boys (with Irish names) myself...boy do these bring back memories. The babies are just darling, the new mama is beautiful, and the new papa.....have never seen him so gorgeous.

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