Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott film scenes for their reality show

05/27/2008 at 08:50 PM ET

Tori Spelling, 35, and Dean McDermott, 41, filmed scenes for their reality show Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood at Cynergy bike store in Santa Monica, CA today. The couple expect their second child together — a daughter — in about one week.


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Anna on

Tori looks great!

Pearl on

I wonder how anyone would want/have their day filmed for the public to be entertained.

Stephany on

Dang, they are a good-looking family! Tori’s pregnancy style has been SO AMAZING! I want to steal it.

Cee on

When does this show air? Is it on the Oxygen channel?

brooke on

Her outfit is so cute, she loks great to be so far along in her pregnancy

ang on

dean looks hot! i remember he(and tori)blogging about some huge ride he did last year, i’s on their myspace.dean is a very good hockey player, and likes golf too as well as cycling. hopefully their kids will embrace an active lifestyle too. in Australia, there r so many kids overweight/obese, it’s not funny.

tink1217 on

Tori does look great! I want to steal Dean though!!! LOL…that man is just beyond HOT to me!

Jenn on

She had a c-section with her first. Is she planning a vbac or another c?

tink1217 on

Jenn, most likely another csection. It has only been 13-14 months since her last and the chance for uterine rupture that soon after a csection is greater than say if she had waited 3 years between kids. I guess she could try a VBAC. My kids were 18 months apart and my doc wouldn’t even discuss a VBAC. My son was also 10 pounds at birth and there was no way I could have delivered him naturally anyway.

Sasha on

Apparently fewer and fewer hospitals will allow VBACS these days – a big part of the reason for our 30% c-section rate in the U.S. Our community hospital can not do it, per their attorneys, even though the OBs and directors support it.