Jennie Garth has gone public with her new romance with successful entrepreneur Michael Shimbo after meeting him a few months ago through mutual friends.
Jennie Garth is dating entrepreneur Michael Shimbo.
The '90210' actress - who split from 'Twilight Saga' star Peter Facinelli in March 2012 after 11 years of marriage with whom she shares daughters Luca, 15, Lola, 10, and Fiona, six - met the CEO of the San Francisco-based company called Planes, Trains and Automobiles through mutual friends and they have been quietly seeing each other for a few months.
A source told UsMagazine.com: ''They met through a friend. They've been seeing each other for a couple months now. They are great together. Super sweet.''
The couple have posted numerous pictures of each other on social media and recently attended the Comedy Central 'Roast of James Franco' together in Culver City, California, on August 25.
Jennie gushed about the award‐winning media executive, who previously worked for Apple, in a caption beneath a picture of her new boyfriend on Instagram on Thursday (05.09.13), writing: ''I mean...@shimbo #luckylady.''
Since splitting from Peter, who has been dating actress Jaimie Alexander since November 2012, Jennie, 41, has dated a number of other men including photographer Noah Abrams and indie-musician Jeremy Salken.
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