"They are still trying to make it work, but they haven’t been living together. They love each other, but like every marriage, it takes work," a source told the news outlet. "Jennie is taking the time to focus on her girls and herself." They have not legally separated, however.
Jennie, 45, and David, 36, started dating in the fall of 2014 and the couple got engaged the following spring. They tied the knot at their California ranch in July 2015. The Beverly Hills, 90210 star is already a mom-of-three. She shares 20-year-old daughter Luca, 14-year-old daughter Lola, and 11-year-old daughter Fiona with her second ex-husband, Peter Facinelli.
But even though David doesn’t have any children of his own, Jennie has said in the past that she thinks he would be a great father since he’s had tons of practice as a stepdad to her three girls. “He’s never been a father, and he’s taken on the role of stepdad to my girls so seamlessly,” she said. “I have to give him so much credit for that because it is a handful and a half!”
In a previous interview with In Touch, Jennie also said that it would “be amazing” to have kids with David someday. “We would be happy with just one. But we’re also happy with the girls we have, so whatever comes our way!” she revealed at the time.
Jennie's news comes more than a year after Peter called off his engagement to his then-girlfriend Jaimie Alexander. The duo released a joint statement when they called it quits after three years together in February 2016. "Due to conflicting family and work commitments on opposite coasts, and after much consideration, Peter and Jaimie have chosen to part ways amicably and remain good friends," read the statement obtained by E! News.
Here's hoping Jennie and David work it out soon — we love them together!