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Chris Ivery & Ellen Pompeo: Happy, Hand-in-Hand

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Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery continue their newly wedded bliss, leaving a Beverly Hills restaurant, Yoshinoya, smiling together and hand-in-hand Tuesday...

Christopher Ivery, Ellen Pompeo

The couple will celebrate their two-week wedding anniversary this Friday. Ellen's Grey's Anatomy co-star, Patrick Dempsey, (as he later revealed in an interview) and other close friends were told about the November 9 wedding the Monday before the nuptials took place, but the public was left largely in the dark.

Which is probably just the way Ellen and Chris - who had spoken of their desire for a small wedding, out of the spotlight - wanted it. We're very happy for these two!

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I'm not surprised Ellen told Patrick as close as they are! I see Patrick and Ellen as people that can confide into each other about things that maybe they can't tell anyone else about, not even their spouses sometimes. I think its good to have someone like that. They seem that close too me, which I think is great! I may be wrong here, but for some reason I don't think so.

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