Jennie Garth on co-parenting, raising three daughters and being a young mom. (Photo: Getty; designed by Quinn Lemmers)
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Good things come in threes for Jennie Garth. In her case, it’s daughters; the actress best known as teen queen Kelly Taylor on Beverly Hills, 90210 shares Luca, 23, Lola, 18, and Fiona, 14, with her ex-husband, Twilight star Peter Facinelli.
With Mother’s Day just days away, Garth is helping other moms get some love through her partnership with Kelley Blue Book’s Best Family Cars of 2021; through May 17, the guide is running a sweepstakes for a Mother’s Day tech prize package.
She’s also opening up about being a girl mom who started raising her kids at a young age, admitting it was “weird” having a baby in the 90210 dressing room. Read on for her thoughts on co-parenting, seeing her girls grow up and staying tight with fellow mom Tori Spelling.
You have three daughters. What’s it like being a girl mom?
How much time do you have? Three girls — three young women — it’s a lot, especially right now, just with the energies of the world and being a woman. It’s such an exciting time to be a woman right now, and I can feel that in them and they feel their options are endless and that there’s just so much out there for them. And that’s really exciting as a mom to see, and to sort of nurture in them that belief that the world is yours for the taking. There’s nothing you can’t do. I know my mom always told me that that there’s nothing I can’t do,