April 19, 2020
"Grey's Anatomy" star Ellen Pompeo took to social media recently to share a rare and hilarious video of her daughter Sienna May in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ellen shares three children — Stella Luna, 10, Sienna, 5, and Eli Christopher, 3 — with her music producer husband, Chris Ivery. The couple, who initially met at a grocery store in 2003, tied the knot in 2007 in a private ceremony.
In the adorable clip she posted to Instagram on April 5, Sienna can be seen ranting about her brother Eli. The little girl explains that Eli has been inconsiderate to her, and he has been testing her since she was four years old up to now.
"[He] is so annoying, and it's just … he keeps testing me. … Eli. He keeps testing me," she told her famous mom. "Even when I was 4, he [would] keep testing me. Even now, I'm 5, he [is] still testing me. Every day, he tests me."
Ellen then asked her daughter what they should do about it. To which the cute girl replied that they should separate, adding that it was a great idea.
Many fans were pleased with Sienna. One person commented that she's going to be "sassy" just like Ellen. Some also said Sienna is the spitting image of her famous mother.
As reported by PEOPLE, Ellen doesn't frequently share photographs of her children. However, when she does, they're absolutely charming.
Ellen said that healthcare professionals were beginning to die of COVID-19.
A month ago, the acclaimed actress thanked all healthcare professionals for working tirelessly while the novel coronavirus disease keeps on spreading.
She also encouraged everyone to stay home since that is the advice of healthcare professionals. For her, it's not that difficult to follow.
As reported by Daily Mail, Ellen said that healthcare professionals were beginning to die of COVID-19. She pointed out that this should raise a warning to show that the current pandemic isn't a joke.
The actress also asked her followers to spread the same message for each one of those individuals who are not paying attention to the guidance.
Meanwhile, producers had to shorten the "Grey's Anatomy" episodes due to the novel coronavirus disease, as reported by Moms. Ellen played as Meredith Grey on the hit show.