Ellen Pompeo, Chris Ivery Dote on Stella

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Get ready for cuteness overload.

Move over, Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart. You aren't the only new parents in the Grey's Anatomy family (although they are the newest, and certainly among the cutest).

Here's Ellen Pompeo and husband Chris Ivery doting on their seven-month-old daughter Stella in New York last week. Everybody together now for a collective aww ...

Ellen Pompeo, Chris Ivery and Stella

Stella Luna Pompeo Ivery entertains her parents.

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That is the most adorable pic EVER! Stella is so cute!!! MerDer4EveR, I hope we get to see mommy Mer too. :)

Merderistruelove

I wish we will get to see Meredith as a mother now:P

Merderistruelove

Awww so cute:)

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so so cute!!

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bEAUTIFULLLLLLLLLLL FAMILY,Ellen ,Stella and Chris together.
I'm agreed with you IMO on ED.

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IMO: Agree with you...this looks so cute and natural :) And whats up with these babies? Eric Dane, Ellen Pompeo, Chyler Leigh had one, Katherine Heigl too and now Jessica Capshaw is having one. A little ironic since her character is anti-wanting-a-baby

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I prefer this photo to the magazine cover that ED did.

Mari

Adorable!!! God bless them!

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