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Monday 25 May 2015

Jennie Garth dating again?

Jennie Garth
Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth is reportedly dating HGTV star Antonio Ballatore.

The mother-of-three split from Twilight actor Peter Facinelli earlier this year but Us Weekly claims she may have already rebounded with the Designer Star cast member.

The 40-year-old Beverly Hills 90210 actress was apparently seen having a romantic dinner with Antonio at First Food and Bar at the Palazzo in Las Vegas recently.

An eyewitness said the pair were "flirty and very touchy" as they enjoyed their meal and they have been flirty on Twitter too.

"Saw a show today called 'The Antonio Treatment,'" Jennie wrote on the social networking site. "I think I need that."

"On my way! ;) xo," Antonio replied coyly.

Peter filed divorce papers in March citing "irreconcilable differences" while Jennie called the split "unfortunate."

She is currently starring in her own reality show, Little Bit Country, which has cameras following her around as she picks up the pieces of her life on her farm in California.

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