Justin Chambers, Children Pick Out Pumpkins

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In a rare photo opportunity, low-profile Grey's Anatomy star Justin Chambers, a.k.a. Dr. Alex Karev, was spotted out and about Saturday in Los Angeles.

Justin and his wife of over a decade, Keisha, prepared for Halloween by going pumpkin picking at the Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch with their five children!

Unlike commitment-phobe Dr. Karev, the actor who plays him is the ultimate family man. Keisha and Justin Chambers are the proud parents of Isabella, 10, fraternal twins Maya and Kaila, 8, Eva, 6, and Jackson, 5.

Here are a couple of photos of Justin Chambers picking out some pumpkins for his daughters. For a full album of their outing, click here ...

Justin Chambers and Daughters
Justin Chambers: Pumpkin Style

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Incredible site!

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nHWZOF

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u guys are disgusting i know one of them and they dont apreciate u saying her dad is hot kk so go find sum other person to be purverted on

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Frown upon pumpkin picking?

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That is disgusting, we frown upon that where I'm from.

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I love to see them with their kids. If you've never seen a picture of his wife she looks amazing for someone who's had 5 kids.

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WOW! i never new he was married to his wife for over a decade(what is that like more than 10 years??) and has 5 KIDS!!! woow!!' Go JusTIn!!! i love him so much more now he is FINE!

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Aww! He looks like a great dad. Love his character (except when he's being an ass to George).
Love this.

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Aww! How cute is that?! I can't wait to learn more about his character this season. I didn't invent that did I? We did hear somewhere that we'd finally learn about Alex's past didn't we?

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He is pumpkin spice-y hottt

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