After witnessing her son's reaction to tabloid reports about her and her husband splitting, Tori Spelling has spoken out about the rumors circulating her marriage.
In the car ride home after seeing the gossip mags, Spelling wrote that her son Liam, 6, "was anxiously biting his lower lip and his big blue eyes were filled with tears. My heart sank. I've always had shots taken at me... But my children are another story. Keep them out of it!... I repeatedly told my children, 'Daddy and I are very happy and in love. There will be no divorce and all of us will remain together as a family.'"
The Oxygen reality star went on to write about the strength of her marriage:
"It's just sad that our actual happiness would probably be deemed boring... I can handle [the public scrutiny]. I always have. But don't do it to a man that has done nothing but loved me and our children. He has stood by me during the good times and held my hand through the darkest moments of my life."
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Tori Spelling says her four-year-old daughter Stella saved her life. The reality TV star - who gave birth to her fourth child Finn via an emergency caesarean section six weeks ago - credits her daughter for rushing for help after she awoke in a massive pool of blood while her husband Dean was sleeping in another room during her complicated pregnancy.
"I stumbled to the bathroom, dizzy from losing so much blood. When I got there, I thought, 'This is it.' There was so much blood I thought, 'I'm dying. Not just [losing] the baby, but I'm dying. I had to scream for Stella and I'll never forget the look on her face when she saw me surrounded by blood everywhere. I didn't want to panic her and I said, 'Baby, will you go get Daddy? Just tell him I'm bleeding.' Her eyes were as big as saucers and - this is going to make me cry - she looked like such a little toddler warrior. She said, 'Okay, Mama' and she ran. And two seconds later Dean came in and basically had to wrap me up to get me to the hospital," the 39 year-old told People.
Tori Spelling is "overjoyed" to be back home following surgery.
The TV star had checked into hospital on September 15 for "emergency surgery due to complications from her [Cesarean] section," after giving birth to her fourth child, Finn Davey on August 30, and has only just been released.
"Hi everyone - I wanted to let you know that I am home from the hospital, on the road to recovery, and overjoyed to be back with my family. I am so thankful for all of your love and support these past couple of weeks. It has meant so much to me. I will be back to blogging tomorrow, so stay tuned! Love, Tori," she wrote on her website.
While Tori, 30, was in hospital for the undisclosed complications, her husband Dean McDermott reassured worried friends she was OK. He responded to one pal on Twitter, writing, "She's good. Just testing."
Tori was also rushed to the hospital shortly after the birth of daughter Hattie, now 11 months old, for migraines. She and Dean also have Liam, five and Stella, four.
Tori Spelling was rushed to hospital on Saturday due to complications from her recent caesarean section.
The former Beverly Hills 90210 actress gave birth to her fourth child, Finn Davy on August 30 via C-section, as she did with her other three kids, and had to undergo emergency surgery as a result. "Tori underwent emergency surgery over the weekend due to complications from her C-section. She remains in the hospital and is resting comfortably," her spokesperson told People.
Tori recently revealed she is considering adoption in the future as while she would love more children with her husband Dean McDermott, she doesn't want to put her body through any more trauma: "I never say never but I think this is our last. I want to focus on the kids I have now and I don't want to spread myself too thin. I've had C-sections with each baby. It puts the body through trauma. I don't think I could do it again. [But] I'm all for adoption. It's such an amazing blessing and we would totally do it. My friends adopted my goddaughter Simone who's two and having seen the process through their eyes, I'm definitely a believer."
Tori Spelling wants to adopt in the future.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 actress gave birth to her fourth child Finn on August 30 and while she insists she is done with being pregnant, she hasn't ruled out expanding her family in other ways.
"I never say never but I think this is our last. I want to focus on the kids I have now and I don't want to spread myself too thin. I've had C-sections with each baby. It puts the body through trauma. I don't think I could do it again. [But] I'm all for adoption. It's such an amazing blessing and we would totally do it. My friends adopted my goddaughter Simone who's two and having seen the process through their eyes, I'm definitely a believer," Tori, 39, said.
Tori would also prefer to adopt from inside the US, unlike numerous other celebrities who give homes to kids from overseas, as she would like to help kids from her own country: "I think we'd probably try to adopt from the US. I know a lot of people go outside the country and that's great but there are plenty of kids here that could use our help and support."
Tori Spelling is pregnant with her fourth child.
The former Beverly Hills 90210 star has announced she is expecting another baby with husband Dean McDermott, which will be a little brother or sister for Liam, five, Stella, three, and five-month-old Hattie.
"Dean, Liam, Stella, Hattie, and I are beyond thrilled to announce that another little McDermott is on the way! We feel truly blessed that another angel has found us. Love, Tori xoxo," she said, writing on her website.
Tori - who married Dean in May 2006 - has made no secret of her desire to have a large family and said soon after Hattie's birth that she wanted another one. "People say, 'Oh my God, it's utter chaos after two.' But it's not, it's great. You lost your mind after the second one, so the third fourth and fifth, it's like you're so far gone, it's just kind of the same," the 38 year-old reality star said.
Despite what his Twitter profile currently says, Dean McDermott is no longer an “avid motorcyclist and racer.”
On Tuesday, Tori Spelling‘s husband found himself in the hospital after riding dirt bikes with some friends. The 43-year-old, who fractured his shoulder in a motorcycle spill earlier this year, was later admitted into an intensive care unit with a punctured and collapsed lung.
“Thanks for the well wishes. A collapsed lung is no fun, and is a lengthy heal,” the reality star tweeted today. “Feeling pretty bad today. Day 2 is always the worst.”
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-Heidi Klum and husband Seal celebrated their five-year anniversary by renewing their vows once again. This year’s theme? Brides and Grooms.
-Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott jumped in on the renewal action and got married one more time. The Los Angeles-area ceremony, held on Saturday, marked four years of marriage.
-May 8 was also a big day for actor Colin Hanks. That was when Tom Hanks’ 32-year-old son exchanged vows with publicist Samantha Bryant.
-Speaking of husbands, that’s what Bobby Brown is going to be…again. The singer proposed to manager Alicia Etheridge, the mother of his 11-month-old son Cassius, Friday night before the Funk Fest crowd in Jacksonville, FL.
It seems that Candy and Tori Spelling are ready to put their highly-publicized family feud behind them, and just in time for the holiday season.
According to reports, the healing began last September. Candy has spent time with both her grandchildren, and the mother-daughter pair seem ready to move forward with a new relationship.
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Just when you thought the media gossip was drying down, Spelling matriarch Candy has fired another bullet in her media back-and-forth with daughter Tori. All of this, mind you, is part of Candy Spelling’s book promotion - or, so I suspect.
Spelling conducted a radio interview, purportedly to tout her Stories From Candyland, and ended up dragging Tori Spelling through the proverbial mud. “My daughter one day decided that she wasn’t speaking to my husband, myself and my son, and that’s how it’s continued for the last, oh gosh, four or five years.”
Sure, that’s not the nicest thing to say…but Candy wasn’t done by a long shot. “That’s what killed my husband, actually,” she continued, referring to TV mogul Aaron Spelling. “He just didn’t want to live after that.” Spelling passed away in June of 2006, leaving the bulk of his fortune to Candy.
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