Sarah Drew: Pregnant!

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Looks like Eric Dane, whose wife Rebecca Gayheart just announced she is having their second child, isn't the only Grey's Anatomy star expanding his family.

Dr. McSteamy's co-star Sarah Drew – who plays the virginal, adorable Dr. April Kepner on ABC's hit show – has just announced a pregnancy of her own!

The talented actress, 30, is due in January, her rep tells People.

This will be the first child for Drew and husband Peter Lanfer.

Sarah Drew, Husband

Congratulations to the expectant couple!

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Congratz, she's so cute.. I know a lot of people don't like April, but I do

Smileyglen

Hearing about expecting parents is so exciting. Congratulations to Sarah and her husband Peter on the joyous news of their first baby. Hope they do write the pregnancy into the show that way Sarah doesn't have to hide her baby bump when she starts showing, virgins can full pregnant, she wouldn't be on birth control, so it would make sense for April to full pregnant just after she loses her virginity.

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Will be interesting how they write this one, the stress of chief gets to her and ends up in the psych facility I dunno, just hope they don't write it into story cos that would be just another kick in the teeth to mer, and plus kepner lives at the frat house too sorry no room at the inn.
Congrats to the happy couple.

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Oh wow, congrats to Sarah and her hubby! :)

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I really, REALLY hope GA doesn't turn this into, "Oh, April finally got to have sex and isn't a virgin anymore. . .too bad she got pregnant after her FIRST TIME!"

Solofia

Ironic; the virgin got knocked up...

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Another GA cast baby. Congrats to them. It'll be intersting to see how they write April's character out for a few episodes

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