Tori Spelling & Her Beach Babies

Tori Spelling & Her Beach Babies

Kicking off the 4th of July weekend, the Spelling-McDermott family enjoy the sun and surf at the Silver Spoon Beach House on Wednesday (July 3) in Malibu, Calif.

Two-year-old Liam Aaron McDermott tried to cover his mom with sand, while husband Dean McDermott, and daughter Stella Doreen, 1, played nearby.

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Filed under: Liam McDermott,Lily Costner,Stella McDermott,Tori Spelling

Photo credit: Startraks

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  1. jenni

    stella is such a doll

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  2. Janie

    Can one day go by when we do not see a picture of these media hounds?

    Go away Tori and Dean!

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  3. Anonymous

    That Burberry bikini on Stella… looks just all sorts of wrong to me, let them be babies as long as they can, no need for a bikini IMO

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  4. Tazina

    I love this family but yes, have to agree. That is an awful outfit on Stella. She would look a lot better and probably be a lot more comfortable in something a little more substantial This bikini thing….

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  5. Tazina

    Media hounds? They are allowed to go to the beach like every other citizen.

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  6. Anonymous

    A Burberry bikini on a baby! That is so tacky!

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  7. Sanja

    Why in the world would a one year old need a top!? Nice way to over sexualize an innocent baby:-(
    And then we complain about the pedophiles:-(

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  8. ^-^

    ok we get the media hounded her about her weight..but geez she’s too skinny!

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  9. Rinoa

    She is very slim but she’s only 5 or 10 pounds from looking really healthy. Cute pictures!

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  10. Anom.

    I dont want to see another picture of Tori in a swimsuit, she is gross.

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