Eric Dane, Wife Step Out For Charity

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Grey's Anatomy star Eric Dane and his wife of five years, Rebecca Gayheart, attended the 9th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball in L.A. Saturday. They looked fabulous as always.

Supporters of the charity, which helps economically struggling individuals become self-sufficient through job opportunities and other support, gathered at a private home in L.A.

Eric and Rebecca recently debuted their new baby daughter, Billie Beatrice, who they welcomed earlier this year (March 3). It's always nice to see stars giving back, as well.

Here's a cute picture of the couple ...

Eric Dane with Rebecca Gayheart
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Anja

I like Mrs McSteamy's dress:)

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I like Ms McSteamy's dress:)

Lexii

I never really liked facial hair but since I've been watching Grey's Anatomy, I've been wanting it so much. xD
YAY, ERIC'S GOT FACIAL HAIR! :)

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I like him so much better with the beard!!

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Parenthood sit well with both of them. Eric let the facial hair back! Yay!

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