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First Picture of 'Grey's Anatomy' Lesbian Wedding

April 6, 2011 (6:39 am) GMT
Both Callie and Arizona wear white gowns and hold bouquets of flowers during their nuptials.

Callie and Arizona's happy day has been teased in a picture of "". Making its way out via TV Guide, the photo features both characters wearing white gowns but it is Callie who dons the bride veil. Their wedding will take place in May 5 episode.

Callie accepted Arizona's proposal in the end of the 18th episode titled "Song Beneath the Song". The couple's marriage will be held in the woods, and is officiated by Miranda Bailey ().

Hector Elizondo returns as Callie's father but he only brings trouble to the wedding as he disapproves the union. Mark will come to save the day, walking Callie down the aisle. "There is a circumstance that leaves Callie's father to not be able to walk her down the aisle," Jessica Capshaw who plays Arizona said before.

Meredith and Derek, meanwhile, reportedly are not going to appear among the guests. Rumor has it, the couple is off making their own marriage official "to speed up an adoption process." Asked about this, said, "I don't know if the whole thing goes through," but added that her character Lexie "would be ecstatic to be an aunt."

Before the "White Wedding" episode, ABC will air "It's Long Way Back" which continues Callie's storyline on April 28.

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