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Grey's Anatomy star Kate Walsh's 15-month stay in Western Australia comes to a close


Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh’s 15-month stay in Western Australia comes to a close – but the Hollywood actress promises to return soon

She’s called Western Australia home for the past 15 months.

But Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh, 53, is about to return to her home in the US, telling The West Live host Ben O’Shea ‘I’m about to go home for a bit, literally in six days’ during an interview on Tuesday.

However she made a promise to return, adding, ‘I go back for work and [to] see my family. So I’ll be gone for a couple of months, but then I’ll be back!’

Going: Grey's Anatomy star Kate Walsh, 53, is about to return to her homeland, telling The West Live host Ben O'Shea 'I'm about to go home for a bit, literally in six days'

Going: Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh, 53, is about to return to her homeland, telling The West Live host Ben O’Shea ‘I’m about to go home for a bit, literally in six days’

She assured Western Australians she was going to return, revealing she was leaving her pets behind with her assistance in the interim. 

And in between she’ll be going to Europe to shoot an undisclosed project.

‘I can tell you this: I’ll be in Paris,’ added Walsh, cryptically when pressed for details. 

This seemed to provide a clue as to the project’s title, likely the second season of Netflix show Emily in Paris.

Walsh played Emily’s boss Madeline in the show’s first season. 

Back soon: She assured Western Australians she was going to return, revealing she was leaving her pets behind with her assistance in the interim

Back soon: She assured Western Australians she was going to return, revealing she was leaving her pets behind with her assistance in the interim

During her time in Western Australia, the Private Practice star put down roots in the beachside city of Perth on the country’s west coast. 

The beloved star found herself ‘stuck’ in the Southern Hemisphere after pandemic lockdowns began to take hold while she was vacationing down under last March.

She quickly fell for the country.

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph about her new love affair with Australia recently, the actress explained she didn’t want to go back to her New York home.

‘I didn’t really want to go back to New York in the middle of a pandemic when it was pretty gnarly to say the least,” she said.

‘I couldn’t go home initially, and now that I can, I don’t really fancy going back. When I have my own mother saying don’t come home, my 86-year-old mum… we are in a very challenging time!’

Hollywood star: During her time in Western Australia, the Private Practice star put down roots in the beachside city of Perth on the country's west coast. Seen here in Grey's Anatomy in 2005

Hollywood star: During her time in Western Australia, the Private Practice star put down roots in the beachside city of Perth on the country’s west coast. Seen here in Grey’s Anatomy in 2005

Claiming to have found a new ‘passion project’, Kate revealed recently her plans to help bolster Australia’s local film industry after it suffered enormously due to global pandemic.

The Grey’s Anatomy star recently told 2GB’s Jim Wilson she felt ‘very grateful’ to be in Australia during the COVID-19 crisis.

‘Honestly, I feel very lucky,’ she said. ‘It’s kind of a crazy situation: it’s like being in an alternate reality compared to the rest of the world.’

Grey’s Anatomy is available to stream on Stan in Australia

Pre-pandemic: The beloved star found herself 'stuck' in the Southern Hemisphere after pandemic lockdowns began to take hold while she was vacationing down under last March. Seen here in January 2020 in New York

Pre-pandemic: The beloved star found herself ‘stuck’ in the Southern Hemisphere after pandemic lockdowns began to take hold while she was vacationing down under last March. Seen here in January 2020 in New York



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