Jennie Garth would love to have another baby and hasn't ruled out getting pregnant again if she meets the right guy.
Jennie Garth would love to have another baby.
The 42-year-old actress already has three daughters, Luca, 16, Lola, 11, and Fiona, seven, with ex-husband Peter Facinelli, but hasn't ruled out getting pregnant again if she meets the right guy.
The blonde beauty, who is currently single, said: ''I love being pregnant, and I love making babies. I loved getting fat!
''I want to do it again, but I need a man for that, so yeah, that's not gonna happen. Just bringing a being into this world is crazy wild! It's like an exchange you can't compare to any other. It's like when ET connected with Elliot, you know, where they got sick when they were with each other and felt each other's feelings.''
Jennie is still very close to her former 'Beverly Hills 90210' co-star Tori Spelling, who was left devastated when her husband Dean McDermott checked into rehab in January after being accused of cheating on her with multiple women.
The blonde beauty recently teamed up with Tori again for a pilot TV series, 'Mystery Girls.'
She told UsMagazine.com: ''We're like girly girls. We'll give each other facials or gossip, anything. There's nothing off limits! We will stop a meeting, as executive producers, we will stop a meeting dead in its tracks to find out some good gossip! It was like no time had passed and we were the same exact. I was thinking about it the other day -- we're older now but it was like no time had passed. We're sort of like those timeless friends.''
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