Shonda Rhimes Says Her Daughter Has Started to Watch “Grey's Anatomy”: 'Getting to See the Women Her Mom Created'

The Emmy nominee is mom to daughters Harper, Emerson and Beckett

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Shonda Rhimes' daughter is watching 'Grey's Anatomy' for the first time

Shonda Rhimes' daughter is entering Shondaland.

On Tuesday, the Emmy nominee, 54, shared that one of her daughters has started to watch Grey's Anatomy for the first time, sharing a sweet photo on Instagram. As her daughter ate a bowl of pasta, she watched an episode of the 20-season-long television series on her iPad.

"My not so tiny human started watching @greysabc for the first time yesterday," Rhimes wrote in her caption. "My brain is breaking. 🤯 I am dead. DEAD. But so glad she’s getting to see the women her mom created."

Rhimes is mom to daughters Emerson Pearl, 11, whom she adopted in 2012, 10-year-old Beckett, whom she welcomed via surrogacy in 2013, and Harper, 21, whom she adopted in 2002.

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Related: Shonda Rhimes Says Her Daughter Has 'Never Seen' 'Grey's Anatomy' : 'She's Not Interested'

Back in 2022, the producer shared in an interview with WSJ Magazine that her three daughters had "never seen" the ABC medical drama.

"My youngest daughters are 8 and 9, so they're far too young to watch it or even care, which is good," Rhimes said at the time of Emerson and Beckett.

Her older daughter Harper also isn't a fan of the show, but her friends have given it a binge or two.

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Shonda Rhimes

"I have a 19-year-old who finds it horrifying that I've written a show that all of her friends have seen multiple times. And so she has never seen it. And I have to say, I think that might be the best compliment ever," Rhimes said.

"I think about it like, her mother wrote a show that tells all her friends what to think about love and sex. So she's not interested in watching it, and I think that that's a very good thing," the mother of three added.

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