Shenae Grimes and her husband Josh Beech attended the BOBS from Skechers Summer Soiree at Skybar at the Mondrian hotel in Hollywood on Wednesday (21.08.13).
Shenae Grimes and her husband Josh Beech enjoyed a night out together in Hollywood on Wednesday (21.08.13).
The couple - who tied the knot in May - attended the BOBS from Skechers Summer Soiree at Skybar at the Mondrian hotel, where they mingled with stars including host Brooke Burke-Charvet, reality TV star Adrienne Maloof and her toyboy Sean Stewart and former Playboy Playmate Elle Evans.
A source exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''They looked so happy and in love. Both were drinking water but they got up from their seats to go and try the treats at the cupcake stand and they were checking out the different pairs of Skechers.''
The event was held to celebrate over five million pairs of shoes being donated to children in need.
Shenae, 23, recently revealed she and Josh, 27, are enjoying being ''selfish'' newlyweds too much to think about having a baby at the moment.
The '90210' star said: ''I'm 23! That next step won't be coming too quick. We're enjoying being selfish with each other's time.''
However, the brunette beauty is ready to make some changes now that she is married, as she is in the process of legally changing her last name to Beech but plans to continue using Grimes professionally.
She said: ''I am in the process of changing my name personally. It's exciting! Just need to desperately work on my new signature. It's something that becomes so second nature, so I need to practice in a notebook - like grade school or something!''
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