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Tori Spelling ‘Would Love To Have Another Baby’

Even though she has five children with her estranged husband Dean McDermott, Tori Spelling would love to have just one more.

On the April 29 episode of her misSPELLING podcast, Tori spoke with country singer Sara Evans, who shared that she would “love to be pregnant again.”

The Beverly Hills 90210 alum is already a mom to Liam, 17; Stella, 15; Hattie, 12; Finn, 11; and Beau, 7. She was quick to agree with Evans, however, saying, “Same, my friend. I would love to have another baby. Oh my god.”

Five kids, five Caesareans

Even though she might long for more babies, it’s no longer an option for Tori. She’s 50, and, sadly, that ship has sailed.

“I’m totally in menopause,” she admitted. “I’m so bummed. I should have freezed [sic] my eggs.” Donna Martin is in menopause. What world do we live in?

Tori previously revealed that even though she’s given birth five times, she never had to push any of them out. “I had five C-sections, you guys,” she said on the April 16 episode of her podcast. “So, I have to go on record and brag for a second that my OB/GYN says that I have the lady parts of a 14-year-old.”

She explained that the surgeries were medically necessary, and she “didn’t do five C-sections on purpose.” And once you’ve had one C-section, most doctors won’t allow you to give birth naturally in subsequent pregnancies for fear of injury to the mother.

“Since 5 years old, I was like, ‘I want to have a baby. I want to push out a baby,’ ” she shared.

Tori talked about watching soap operas as a small girl with her childhood nanny. Afterward, the nanny would catch her re-enacting birth scenes in her playroom with her stuffed animals.

Co-parenting with Dean

Tori is now co-parenting with her ex, since the two split in the summer of 2023. But the period immediately following their breakup was difficult.

“I honestly had spent the time taking care of the kids and focusing on them,” she recalled of the aftermath. “They weren’t ready to see their dad. I went to see him once when he was in rehab. We were with therapists, and it got painful and argumentative. It was a lot.”

“I didn’t feel like he was doing well,” she added. “Like, there was still a lot of anger and aggression, and so I didn’t go back. I know that hurt him a lot. He felt like we abandoned him when he was going through that process. But I had to do what was right for the kids.”