Ellen Pompeo brings New York chic to Los Angeles in a black ensemble including stylish leather high heel boots
She comes from the northeast.
And Ellen Pompeo was chic in New York City even when she was spotted out for coffee and take out in Los Angeles this week.
The Grey’s Anatomy star, 51, wore an almost all-black ensemble that included a pair of sleek leather high-heeled boots.
She’s from the Northeast: And Ellen Pompeo was NYC chic even when she was spotted going out for coffee and takeout in Los Angeles this week
Ellen highlighted her enviable frame in a fitted black sweater and tucked into a matching pleated skirt that fell above the knee.
She even coordinated her mask with the rest of her outfit, opting for a black number as she stepped out of the lockdown for some refreshments.
The Massachusetts-born TV star added a touch of contrast to her look by accessorizing with a gray pageboy cap.
Ellen has been married to husband Chris Ivery since 2007 and they have three children – Stella, 11, Sienna, 6, and Eli, 4.
Chic on guard: The Grey’s Anatomy star, 51, wore an almost all-black ensemble that included a pair of stylish leather high-heeled boots
In a recent interview, she spoke candidly about how the pandemic affected her feeling of playing a medical professional on television.
“ It’s really bad what they’re going through, and if we could put a face to these faceless healthcare workers … people just hear about them, or they see them behind masks, ” Ellen told People magazine last month.
“ Even though we are behind masks, so many people know about our show, and it was something to take seriously, ” she confessed.
“It was a huge responsibility. We were so excited to do it. I have to say that everyone on the show, all the cast, are very dedicated to it and really, really excited to be able to present something so meaningful this season. ”
‘Huge responsibility’: In a recent interview, she spoke candidly about how the pandemic has affected her feeling of playing a medical professional on TV
She clarified, “ Obviously we would rather not have COVID-19, but when you do a show for 17 seasons you are really looking at how to keep those stories going. ”
Ellen said: “ These healthcare workers gave it to us this season, so we’re very grateful to be able to tell the stories of these healthcare workers. ”
The leggy blonde has been playing the lead character Dr Meredith Gray since Shonda Rhimes debuted in 2005.