Ellen Pompeo, Chris Ivery Back in L.A.

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Celebrating their one-week wedding anniversary, happy newlyweds Chris Ivery and Ellen Pompeo were back in Los Angeles last week after being quietly married in New York City. Here's a couple of photos of the couple out and about ...

Christopher Ivery
Chris Ivery With Ellen Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery married November 9.

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you rock ellen i am a big fan stay the same oh good choice in the dude

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I love Ellen! And I can see that she loves Chris and he loves her too :) It's so nice of them to believe in having a quiet wedding, away from all the boo-hoos of limelight. I love them more for that. Congratulations to Ellen and Chris! :)

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Aww...they look so happy with each other. Glad that they can be together and be so happy. They are also a cute couple in my opinion, regardless of what other judgy people say.

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Aww... They are such a beautiful couple. They really fit together.

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yay! first! aww... she is such a cutie and she looks happy, at the end of the day thats all that matters.
I heard chris is half jewish but i am really not sure how true that is. Anyway thks for the post, love ellen.

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