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Thursday, November 17, 2022

GOODBYE: Ellen Pompeo is leaving Grey’s Anatomy and Meredith Grey

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Ellen Pompeo is leaving Greys Anatomy and Meredith Grey.

This appears to be the last time the pair were photographed together publicly.

The Grey’s Anatomy star shared photos from the family trip to her Instagram that month, including a shot of Ivery and son Eli Christopher posing on a Vespa.

Though the pair are notoriously private when it comes to their decade-long romance, Pompeo has gushed over Ivery being her 'rock' and her 'soulmate' in the past.

Sorry, Grey's Anatomy fans: Patrick Dempsey isn't reuniting with former costar Ellen Pompeo for a new show after all.

Dempsey, who portrayed the "McDreamy" Derek Shepherd to Pompeo's Meredith Grey during the first 11 seasons of the medical drama, denied rumors that the two are working on a new series together following news that Pompeo would scale back her on-screen presence amid Grey's' season 19 run. She'll remain as an executive producer and provide voiceover narration on the show, and is expected to return for the finale.

"I saw that too," Dempsey — who is currently promoting his Enchanted sequel, Disenchanted — tells EW of the rumors. "I think it's just probably because the show is on. . . and of course she's made an announcement, I think, about leaving the show or she's not on this season. It just is a real testament to the fans that they want to see that couple still together and what an impact it is."

"But no," Dempsey adds. "I haven't read anything, I haven't seen anything, and I haven't talked to her about it."

Regardless, the actor is "very grateful" to have had the opportunity to work with Pompeo, comparing their working relationship to a sports team. The analogy also applies to his Disenchanted costar Amy Adams. "It's like if you play tennis or you play sports or you do anything, you want a good partner to play off from," he says. "And I've been very fortunate with both."

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