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“Teen Mom 2″ Star Leah Calvert’s Ex Is Engaged – and She Couldn’t Be Happier!

Talk about a great blended family! Teen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert is happily married to her new husband, Jeremy. They’re raising her twin daughters, Aliannah and Aleeah, and expecting their first child together this winter. Now Leah’s ex-husband, Corey Simms, has good news of his own — he’s engaged!

Late last week, Corey’s dad, Jeff, tweeted the announcement that his son had popped the question to his girlfriend, Miranda Patterson.

Fans of the show know that Corey and Leah’s relationship was rocky for a while, and their marriage last year ended in an abrupt divorce. But now that they’re apart, they’re getting along famously.

In fact, Leah is thrilled that her ex has found love again!

Far from being jealous or witchy over the new woman in Corey’s life, Leah is delighted that Miranda will be part of her girls’ family. “She’s wonderful to my daughters, and that makes me adore & respect her,” she tweeted to a fan.

She adds that Jeremy likes Corey as well. “We all stick together for the girls!” she says.

No word yet on a wedding date for Corey and his new fiancee. But maybe they’ll time it so that Ali, Aleeah and their new little sister or brother can attend.

It’s wonderful to see exes putting their children first. Young as they are, Leah and Corey are acting mature beyond their years.

[Photos: via Twitter]

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