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Jennie Garth’s magical engagement

Published 13/05/2015

Jennie Garth
Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth has revealed details of her recent engagement to fiancé David Abrams.

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star got engaged last month after dating the fellow actor since late last year. While the 43-year-old is excited for her impending nuptials, she admitted to Access Hollywood that they didn’t make the best first impression on each other.

“I wasn't looking at all, in fact I didn't even want to go on the date with him and he didn't even want to go on a date with me," she explained. "We went out on a blind double date with another friend of his and we did not hit it off right away. He was like tall and handsome and perfect, and that's exactly what I didn't want."

However their feelings changed and Dave got down on one knee during a romantic trip away to celebrate her birthday. The couple headed to a restaurant and what seemed like a normal meal turned into something almost magical.

“He took me on a trip to the Carolinas… and we went to this great dinner in this very crowded restaurant packed with people and then all of a sudden for no reason, there was no one in it. Not a waiter or anyone," she shared. "It was like the world sort of stopped spinning for a minute and it was so quiet. He got down on his knee and did thing."

While Jennie didn’t give away the exact date of their wedding, she did tell the outlet that it would be “coming soon”.

“I am glowing, I feel really happy," she smiled.

This will be Jennie’s third trip down the aisle, having previously been married to Daniel Clark and fellow actor Peter Facinelli.

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