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Jennie Garth and Husband Dave Abrams Celebrated Halloween at Her Ex-Husband Peter Facinelli’s Home: Find Out More

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One big blended family! Jennie Garth celebrated Halloween with her husband, Dave Abrams, and her ex-husband, Peter Facinelli, on Monday, October 31 — and seemed happy to have everyone together for the holiday.

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“i’m not sure what we are… maybe a construction site?! fun halloween with my gorgeous husband at my ex-husband’s house #blendedfamily #ilovemyhusband #halloween,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum captioned an Instagram photo of herself wrapped in caution tape, next to Abrams in a construction hat.

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Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli attend the 2010 Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s Chairman’s Gala at the Waldorf Astoria on June 2, 2010, in New York City. Gary Gershoff/

Garth, 44, and Facinelli, 42, were married from 2001 to 2013, and they share three children, Luca, 19, Lola, 13, and Fiona, 10. The exes had an amicable split, telling Us Weekly at the time that they share “the same deep love and devotion” to their kids and are “dedicated to raising [their] beautiful daughters together.” 

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Facinelli and his new girlfriend, actress Lily Anne Harrison, also showed off their Halloween costumes on Instagram. “It’s Time…#TrickorTreat,” the Supergirl actor captioned a photo of himself in a bloody doctor’s uniform and Harrison in a white, blood-spattered gown. Many fans interpreted Facinelli’s costume to be his Twilight character, Carlisle Cullen.

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Garth has previously opened up about coparenting and appreciating time with her children now that she shares custody with her ex. “It’s different, everyone drives me crazy in a different way,” she told Meredith Vierra back in October 2014. “But honestly, now that I have to share them with their dad, and they leave my house, I love every second — even when they’re driving me nuts. I don’t take one second for granted with them.” 

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