Grey's Anatomy star Sarah Drew is pregnant, as we reported yesterday. Congratulations again to the 30-year-old actress and her husband, Peter Lanfer!
This exciting news, of course, is accompanied by the question of how the show will work around Drew's changing body and life for the next 6-12 months.
The show has not been inclined to write an actress' pregnancy into the script before, as we've seen recently with Ellen Pompeo and Jessica Capshaw.
Will the handling of Drew's character, April, be any different?
The fact that April is a virgin makes it even less likely that we'll see a pregnant Dr. Kepner in season eight ... or does it? That would be a heck of a plot twist.
Thus far, the only thing Grey's producers have to say to us regarding Drew's condition is they have "not determined" if her character will also be pregnant.
April has made a big deal about saving herself for someone she truly loves. It's one of her central characteristics. Maybe we'll meet Mr. Right very soon?
What do you think? Would you rather see pregnant April, or conveniently always behind an operating table/sent off to Africa for three episodes April? Discuss!