Kevin McKidd, a cast member of “Grey’s Anatomy,” was photographed k*ssing Danielle Savre, a member of the “Grey’s” spinoff “Station 19.”
In images from People and Entertainment Tonight, after a swim in Lake Como, Italy, McKidd and Savre exchange a smile and a k*ss. While exploring the town of Bellagio, the couple also engaged in PDA.
Dr. Owen Hunt has been played by McKidd on “Grey’s Anatomy” since the fifth season of the ABC medical drama premiered in 2008. Since the spinoff’s 2018 premiere, Savre has played fireman Maya Bishop on “Station 19.”
People twitter post:
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Kevin McKidd and ‘Station 19’ Actress Danielle Savre Share Steamy Kiss in Italy https://t.co/q0gkNLRMTk
— People (@people) June 2, 2023
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The two performers worked together on six “Grey’s” episodes and four “Station 19” episodes, one of which McKidd directed.
After recently divorcing his wife of over five years, Arielle Goldrath, with whom he shares two children, Aiden, 5, and Nava, 3, McKidd and Savre spent time living it up in Italy. According to TMZ at the time, Goldrath filed for divorce in December 2022, citing irreconcilable differences.
The previous July, McKidd posted on Instagram, “A few months ago, Arielle and I decided to end the marriage portion of our relationship.” “We reached this conclusion after much soul searching and discussion. We know it’s what is right for both of us.”
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From 1999 through 2017, the Scottish actor was wed to Jane Parker, with whom he had children, Joseph (now 23) and Iona (now 21).
According to the Chicago Tribune, Savre had a previous relationship with Chicago Blackhawks video analyst Andrew Contis.
At least one additional relationship, involving performer Kelly McCreary and her husband, director Pete Chatmon, can be attributed to “Grey’s Anatomy”.
McCreary married Chatmon in May 2019 after meeting him on the “Grey’s” set, as People reported at the time. McCreary played Dr. Maggie Pierce from Season 10 until her departure in Season 19, when the show ended.