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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Jennie Garth: Seeing ex with new love stings

Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth confesses that seeing her estranged husband Peter Facinelli with another woman burns.

The 40-year-old actress and Peter split in March after being married for 11 years. The former couple share young daughters Luca, Fiona and Lola together.

Peter stepped out with his new girlfriend Jaimie Alexander in November.

Although Jennie has also been dating, she doesn't like seeing Peter with someone else.

"I think there will come a time when it won't sting so bad," she told People magazine.

"But I'm not quite there yet. You know, I am happy that he is happy, though."

Jennie is content with her romantic life overall.

The star is equally focused on preparing for the holidays, as this will be her first year co-parenting with Peter.

"I'm dating one guy right now. One is enough, right?" Jennie laughed.

"[Peter and I] are co-parenting and getting the hang of it. We will celebrate really quietly at home this year and then travel to see a friend in Virginia. Then their dad is picking them up and taking them skiing, so they have a lot of exciting things going on."

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