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Patrick Swayze's Widow Lisa Niemi Finds Happiness Again, Three Years After His Tragic Death

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Oct. 3 2012, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

After getting over the grieving process Lisa Niemi has finally found love again after Patrick Swayze.

The 56-year-old widow is being romanced by wealthy jeweler Albert DePrisco and the relationship is beginning to get serious, the National Enquirer reports in their new issue.

“Lisa and Albert were introduced by a mutual friend at a California gathering late last spring,” a source close to the couple told the Enquirer. “From the moment they met, there was an attraction between them.”

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And after their first date, love-struck Albert was so reluctant to leave Lisa in California and return to his South Florida home that he decided to stay with her a little bit longer.

“Since then the relationship has continued to get more and more serious,” said the source.

Trained pilot Lisa has also visited Albert in Boca Raton, Fla., flying her Beechcraft twin-engine plane into the local airport as the pair’s love affair moves to the next level.

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“One morning Albert dropped off Lisa at a yoga studio. Then after he returned to pick her up, they met his parents for lunch at Ruby Tuesdays in an upscale shopping area," the source said.

“Both of Albert’s parents really seemed to take a shine to Lisa. The four of them spent the afternoon at lunch, chatting and laughing. Before leaving, Albert’s parents hugged Lisa goodbye.

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“It’s clear they’re both very taken with her,” the source revealed.

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Lisa lost Patrick, her husband of 34 years, to pancreatic cancer on September 14, 2009.

However, his memory forever lives on in classic movies, Dirty Dancing, Point Break and Ghost.

For the full story pick up the new issue of the National Enquirer on sale Thursday.

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