Justin Chambers Takes the Family on Outing

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Grey's Anatomy star and hunk Justin Chambers, along with his wife Keisha, and their five children â€" Isabella, 12, fraternal twins Maya and Kaila, 10, Eva, 8, and Jackson, 6 - started off the new year at the Knott's Berry Farm amusement park in Buena Vista, Calif., on Wednesday. Here's a nice photo of one very cool dad ...

Justin Chambers (Dad)

It's always nice to see the actor who plays Dr. Alex Karev outside of the office. Follow this link for many more Chambers family pics from this outing...

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they r identical!

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Hey Justin. Hope all is going well. Give me a call when you can

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aww thats sooo sweet
=)

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Omg, he is so FINE!
I am so sad he's married..infact I almost hate his wife..i don't know who she is but just the fact that shes married to him makes me so sad!!
:(

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Oh boy do I miss Knots Berry Farm. I bet you his kids had a blast that day.

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