Tori Spelling Pregnant
April 12, 2011 by Post Team
“I know there has been much speculation, so I wanted everyone to know about me … It’s official … I PREGNANT!” Dean & Spelling, 37, Monday Tweeted. The actress, who told PEOPLE in February that she is ready for another baby, little baby was a lump in the GLAAD Awards Sunday in Los Angeles.
Spelling and husband Dean McDermott are already parents to son Liam, 4, and daughter Stella, 2 ½. McDermott is also father of her son Jack, 12, from a previous marriage.
The couple are currently starring in Oxygen “Tori & Dean: Weddings sTORIbook”
Tori spelling uses twitter to announce that she and her husband Dean McDermott is pregnant with her third child.
“I know there has been much speculation, so I wanted everyone to know about me … It’s official … Dean & I PREGNANT!!!!” Twitter.
The couple recently tried to deny rumors of pregnancy, while promoting her new show on Oxygen “Tori & Dean: Weddings sTORIbook”
Speculation began about days when spelling was a little belly in a black dress at the GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles.
Spelling also recently told OK! Magazine that her four-year-old Liam and her daughter two years old, Stella ask another brother “all the time.”
“Because we are beginning to understand when they see pregnant women with bellies and they’re like, ‘Mom, when are you going to have a baby in her womb?” Said the spelling in the GLAAD Awards.
“I’ve had more wrinkles! Is a change that now, your life is not yours, and B, could not be happier about it,” Spelling told OK! Review of how motherhood has changed.
“It becomes much more than you. It is these two little things that you want to share your life with and just do everything possible to give them the best life possible. And is like reliving your life again and get to do things he loved in her childhood and get to do things that I did not do in her childhood. You get it through their eyes and it is incredible. “
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