Tori Spelling & Family: Farmers’ Market Fun

Tori Spelling & Family: Farmers' Market Fun

Tori Spelling took her kids, Stella, 3, and Liam, 4, to the farmers’ market in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday (August 7). Candy Spelling also came along for the outing.

Tori, who is expecting her third child with Dean McDermott, wore a long dress to cover her blossoming belly.

She later took to her Twitter page to post a photo of a Dahlia she had picked up at the market.

She wrote: “Look at this dahlia on steroids that I found at the Farmer’s market! It’s literally 10 inches in diameter.”

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Filed under: Expecting,Liam McDermott,Stella McDermott,Tori Spelling

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  1. lovehgss!

    I like the dress Stella’s wearing.

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  2. Anonymous

    Stella looks just like her Dad in the first picture

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  3. hopeso

    Love Tori & family….Stella is such a little lady. By the way is Tori reality show coming back i would love to see them all again

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  4. Anonymous

    Can you guys find out where Tori’s dress is from?! So cute & comfy! I’m pregnant with my second baby right now and that dress looks perfect for this heat!

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  5. Janna

    With all the plastic surgery that she and her mother have had, I just can’t help but wonder what message that sends to her children? That no matter what you look like, it’s not good enough?

    Tori was a beautiful, beatiful young woman. Why she did these things to her face and body is beyond me. Absolutely none of my business, I just wish I could understand why people do it.

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  6. Anonymous

    Tori looks so much prettier without all the garish makeup she usually wears. Her boho maternity style is really cute, too.

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