Tori Spelling & Her Biking Babes

Tori Spelling & Her Biking Babes

Tori Spelling was spotted out for a spin to Malibu’s Cross Creek Mall yesterday with her husband Dean McDermott and kids Liam, 2, Stella, 1, and Jack, 10 1/2, Dean’s son from his previous marriage.

The 90210 star was taking time out from her very busy schedule: Along with her reality tv show she’s working on her Little Maven kids’ clothing line and an upcoming children’s book.

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Filed under: Dean McDermott,Jack McDermott,Liam McDermott,Stella McDermott,Tori Spelling

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  1. ljfoose

    They seem like such a great/normal family and it’s great to see them exercising together. But, as the others have said, Tori and Dean really need to be wearing helmets! It is sooo hard to teach kids how important this is for biking, skateboarding, roller blading, ice skating etc. when the parents don’t wear them. Even in sports where I never wore them, like skiing, when my kids started skiing, my husband and I both started wearing helmets. And my kids now will point out people who are NOT wearing them as not being very smart.

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  2. Tazina

    Tori and Dean please get yourselves some helmuts too. I’m an adult and I cracked my head on the pavement when my bike skidded on gravel. I could have used a helmut that day.

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  3. antigoniem

    love those seats!!

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  4. Sam

    I agree with the other posters, I think its great the kids are all wearing helmets (unlike some other celeb parents :( ) Tori and Dean should be wearing helmets too.

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  5. Allegra

    It bothers me when parents put their children in helmets yet do not wear them themselves. Children learn by example, so I think it is a parent’s responsibility to set a good one. Anyway, sweet family, and I adore the name Stella ;)

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