Jessica Capshaw, Husband Welcome Second Child!

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It's a girl for Jessica Capshaw and husband Christopher Gavigan!

The Grey's Anatomy star is now the proud parent of Eve Augusta.

"The family is thrilled to welcome their newest addition," her rep says.

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Jessica no longer has to be filmed strictly from the neck down!

Capshaw, the 33-year-old daughter of actress Kate Capshaw and the stepdaughter of Steven Spielberg, already has a son, three-year-old Luke, with her husband Gavigan, the CEO of non-profit Healthy Child, Healthy World. Congratulations to both!

It's unclear how long the actress will be away from the Grey's Anatomy set, but the baby was actually born October 20, and she's been in every episode so far this season (including this coming week's), so hopefully not too long. Stay healthy, all!

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Aww congrats to Jessica & baby! Hope things go well for the family.

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Congratulation!I hope that she returns as soon as possible on the Grey's anatomy set.

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