Chris Ivery & Ellen Pompeo's Kids Have Grown up Fast as They Model Dad's New Clothing Line in Pic
Chris Ivery & Ellen Pompeo's children are all grown up. Pompeo showed them modeling their dad's new clothing line in an adorable Instagram post, shown below.
Ellen, 48, met the music producer, 50, at a grocery store in Los Angeles in 2003. They began dating six months later and before long they were married in a secret ceremony.
They have been married for over ten years and share three gorgeous children together. Their Children are Stella Luna, born 2009, Sienna May, born 2014, and Eli Christopher, born 2016.
Ellen recently took to social media to show off how quickly the children have grown up. She posted a pic showing the kids wearing their father's newly launched sports fashion line. Ellen's post also coincided with International Women's Day.
Chris recently opened an STLA Pop-Up shop to relaunch the classic Italian sportswear label Sergio Tacchini. In the pic, all three kids wore pieces from his collection.
"Because everyday is women’s day when you’re raising girls... and boys...who must learn the value of a women from jump...the biggest joy and greatest responsibility in my life. I’m also A super proud wifey cuz Chris’ line for @stla_official is fire...this woman on this day... is so grateful for all the love and support I’ve been shown on my journey. love you and your photos," wrote Ellen in the caption.
According to The Holywood Reporter, Chris fell in love with the label as a child. The label had originally been started in 1966 by Italian tennis player Sergio Tacchini.
However, the brand's popularity waned and it became difficult to find it. Chris revealed he would search it out everywhere.
“As I got older, I was seeking it out and I was buying the brand from London,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “That was literally the only place I could get it.”
Chris revealed that Ellen persuaded him to reach out to the Sergio Tacchini team. He approached them with an idea to relaunch the cult label as a luxury unisex collection made in L.A.
Thus the new brand STLA was born. In a statement, Ellen revealed she is extremely proud of everything that is happening.
“I’m so proud,” Ellen said. “To switch careers at 50…. He just got the idea one day. We were sitting around and he’s like, ‘What happened to Tacchini? It was legendary. Everybody raps about it: ScHoolboy Q, Jay-Z, Pusha T, everybody. Where’d the brand go?' And then he went to find it. He went to Italy and he said, 'Listen, I want to bring this back. Americans love this brand. I have ideas.’ These are his ideas come to life. It’s like the most magical thing ever.”