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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 13 Spoilers: Caterina Scorsone Hints At Amelia’s Pregnancy?

Grey’s Anatomy season 13 cast member Caterina Scorsone recently opened up about Amelia Shepherd’s life now that she’s officially married to Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd).

 In an interview with TV Line, Scorsone hinted on the possibility of Amelia and Owen having children soon.

According to the actress, she thinks that her character on the hit ABC series wants to have a baby with Owen.

However, whether or not this will actually become a reality all depends on executive producer Shonda Rhimes.

Meanwhile, Scorsone also said that Amelia losing her baby several years ago during her “Private Practice” days still has an impact on her.

In the episode “All I Could Was Cry,” Amelia and her then-partner Ryan Kerrigan (Wes Brown) only had approximately 43 minutes with their baby.

It was revealed that the baby boy had no brain because Ryan and Amelia did drugs when the latter was still unaware that she was pregnant.

On the other hand, Owen also suffered through baby drama with her ex-partner Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh).

The latter was pregnant with their child, but she decided to not go through with the pregnancy.

Cristina’s decision later on became one of the reasons for their breakup.

“I don’t know. And I’m sure Owen’s got his share of trauma that will make things difficult, too. But I think the intention is that they want to have children,” Scorsone said.

In other news, two characters whose baby will most likely be part of Grey’s Anatomy season 10 are April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams).

In the finale episode last season, April gave birth to a healthy baby around the same time that Amelia and Owen got married.

She was later on brought to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital to receive treatment. While there, she and the baby were able to spend time with Jackson.

Grey’s Anatomy season 13 will premiere on ABC sometime in the fall.

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