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The Cast of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Have Some Pretty Cute Kids! Meet Ellen Pompeo and More Stars’ Families

If you’re a fan of Grey’s Anatomy, you could probably recite the iconic show’s countless seasons by heart. But did you know the hit drama’s biggest stars like Ellen PompeoJustin Chambers and more are the proud parents of their kids? It’s time you meet the beloved cast’s famous families.

Considering plenty of the actors were starting their families at the time they were starring on Grey’s, it’s quite impressive how they were able to juggle their hectic Hollywood schedules with their lives as doting moms and dads. Ellen once opened up about the “challenging” struggle of being a mother while portraying the lead role of Meredith Grey.

“I have my days where I feel really guilty that I’ve been here every day if I have to work a lot,” she previously told Entertainment Tonight. “But the truth is, I’m in a very blessed situation — I am so lucky.”

The Station 19 alum — who shares kids Stella, Sienna and Eli with husband Chris Ivery — said she couldn’t feel more “fortunate” to be an actress and parent.

“All working moms have their challenges and I’m incredibly lucky compared to most,” Ellen explained. “I can afford help and I’m fortunate where I can bring her. I’ve got my little challenges, but they’re insignificant compared to what real working moms go through.”

Ellen announced she was leaving the series after 19 seasons in November 2022. She appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show the following month to discuss the big news.

“I have a lot that I’m doing. I have three kids and so I take care of them, and it’s really important for me to be around for them and be more present for them,” the Golden Globe nominee shared.

While Ellen and other past and present cast members like Chandra WilsonJesse Williams and others went on to have children, Sandra Oh focused on her career. Still, the Killing Eve star — who was married to ex-husband Alexander Payne from 2003 to 2006 — once revealed she actually considered a life as a single mom.

“I went through that period, I’d say in my mid to late 30s into 40, where it was like, ‘I make a great living and I could do this on my own,'” she shared with Marie Claire. “And I didn’t.”

Fortunately, Sandra doesn’t feel like she’s missing out on much thanks to her family and all her close pals. “I have an extremely fulfilling life as an aunt, not only to my nieces and nephews, but also to a lot of my friends’ children,” she dished.

Scroll through the gallery below to meet the cast and their famous families!