Tori Spelling Opens Up About Expecting for the Fifth Time After a Dangerous Pregnancy
“I thought if we had another baby, my life could potentially be in danger,” Spelling, 43, exclusively tells PEOPLE.
“Everything that could have gone wrong, went wrong,” continues Spelling, who spent three months in the hospital during her dangerous pregnancy due to excessive bleeding. “Dean [McDermott] and I created four beautiful children together and the thought of them not having a mother [if something went wrong again] was not something we were okay with.”
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Luckily, Spelling does not have placenta previa this pregnancy. “We were so happy once we found out,” she says.
Adds McDermott, 49: “The doctor said that considering everything that happened the last time, this is a miracle baby that Tori got pregnant and that it’s okay.”
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Says Spelling, “As far as cars and SUVs, we’re maxed out! And we’ll definitely be house hunting. We need another room. They’re already doubled up.”
Adds McDermott with a laugh, “We’re going to buy an apartment complex. Each child can have their own apartment!”
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— Aili Nahas