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Jennie Garth to marry

Published 09/04/2015

Jennie Garth
Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth is to tie the knot for the third time.

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star will tie the knot with her boyfriend and fellow actor Dave Abrams. Jennie celebrated her 43rd birthday on April 3 and it's believed that her other half incorporated his proposal into proceedings.

"Dave had been working on this for months, and really wanted to plan something special for her around her birthday and make it perfect," a source told People magazine after Jennie's rep confirmed the engagement to the outlet.

While details of the proposal have remained under wraps, there's a chance that Dave got down on one knee in an exotic location as the pair recently enjoyed a vacation in Tulum, Mexico, with Jennie's three daughters, Luca Bella, 17, Lola Ray, 12 and eight-year-old Fiona Eve from her second marriage to Twilight actor Peter Facinelli.

The Mystery Girls actress was married to the 41-year-old for 11 years after meeting on the set of movie An Unfinished Affair in 1995. However, Peter filed for divorce in March 2012 and it was finalized in June 2013.

Jennie's tied the knot with first husband Daniel Clark in 1994 but their divorce was agreed two years later in 1996.

While neither actor has confirmed the happy news on their social networking sites, Dave recently tweeted a picture of them together during a hike in Santa Barbara.

"Our selfie game is strong," he wrote alongside the image.

Jennie's news comes weeks after Peter also announced that he was to marry again. The actor proposed to girlfriend Jaimie Alexander at the top of the Empire State Building in New York City in March.

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