Tori Spelling Debuts Her Baby Bump

Tori Spelling Debuts Her Baby Bump

In her barely-there baby bump debut, Tori Spelling looked radiant in brightly-colored dresses while promoting her new book celebraTORI in New York City on Tuesday (April 3).

During her first television appearance this morning on the Today Show, the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum looked lovely in a pale purple maxi dress. “You’re a real good example, a good inspiration for others, Tori,” said former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, who was co-hosting the show. “Accomplishing so much and having fun – you’re living life vibrantly,” Palin added.

Mother-of-five Palin also told Spelling to savor every moment of parenthood, with Tori admitting everything is going by “so quickly.”

After finishing her promotional duties on the breakfast show, Spelling slipped into a colorful blue and green dress, teamed with a black jacket as she headed to The View.

Last month, Spelling opened up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about her new book celebraTORI.

I love throwing parties! Anyone that knows me and watches my show knows that, so I was really excited to put a book together,” Tori said. “I’ve read every party-planning book out there and I’m usually really disappointed because I’ll skim through them, pay for it, and bring it home and they kind of take you through the parties that they’ve set up, but it wasn’t necessarily a party I was interested in. So that was a concern of mine and I really wanted to do a book that takes people through the whole process of party-planning.”

The expectant mama added: “It shows people how to do things on a budget because that’s really important,” Tori said. “Then I actually take people through four parties that I set up because I couldn’t resist. But if you don’t want to do those parties, that’s great because you have a book full of stuff like recipes and decor ideas. It really shows you how to throw a great party and you don’t have to pay a million bucks.”

Last month, Tori announced that she and husband Dean McDermott are expecting their fourth child together.

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  1. Anonymous

    Tori was on THE VIEW the women asked her if this pregnancy was planned
    Tori said no, she was breastfeeding and thought she could not get pregnant
    she was wrong. Hence she got pregnant a month after giving birth.

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  2. Anonymous

    I had two c-sections and my doctor told me to wait 6 weeks both times. And how, after 3 kds, can she still possibly think that she can’t get pregnant while BF’ing?! Yes, if you are exclusively BF’ing and there is less than 4 hours between each feeding (even in the middle of the night), your chances of getting pregnant are slim. But as soon as the kid is sleeping through the night, your chances increase. Come on Tori, what a dumb excuse!

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  3. Jen

    I saw that episode of The View this morning, too. What I was wondering (not being a mom yet myself), are you even supposed to be having sex 4 weeks after giving birth?! I thought you had to wait 6 weeks after a natural birth. Is there a different rule after Caesareans? I dont know what Tori had, but I was just curious when she said she got pregnant when her last one was a month old.

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    • Anonymous

      There is nu rule, You do what you want, it’s up to each one..

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    • Anonymous

      It’s pretty naive to think that anybody “has” to do anything or that there are any “rules” about someone’s sex life. I’m presuming that you’re really young because I can’t imagine how you could possibly believe that every person alive listens to every bit of advice their doctors give them.

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      • NYCMommy

        I have had three children with two different OB and they both advised NO SEX for 6 weeks after birth. Your body goes through alot of changes during child birth and needs time to heal. When it comes to my health I listen to my doctors and I am NOT young. It is foolish to have sex just a week after having a baby.

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        • Anonymous

          Of course they both advised it, it’s first-year-medical-school textbook advice. It’s not a rule, it’s not a law, it’s a GUIDELINE. And people who don’t follow that guideline aren’t foolish (could you be more presumptuous?), they’re simply doing what they want with their own bodies.

          It’s absolutely ridiculous to think that every single woman on the face of the earth needs the EXACT same amount of time to recover from childbirth.

          [[ What would your advice be to someone who still wasn't ready to have sex at 9 weeks post-partum? Too bad, do it anyway because the doctor said to only wait 6 weeks? ]]

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        • Anonymous

          Sensible response NYCMommy — listen to your doctor (as opposed to the armchair medics posting comments and bad information on this web site!).

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        • Jen

          Thank you for posting!! This is what I thought. I did not appreciate her comment geared at me, either.

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  4. Louisa

    LOL
    My grandma thought the same thing (and she was an MD – go figure…). Nine months later: enter my aunt…
    But those were the 40s. I’d imagine people would’ve gotten a bit wiser since then…

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  5. Anonymous

    some people wait 6 weeks some don’t
    has Tori given her due date?

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  6. Rachel S.

    I thought Tori did a great job on the Today Show. I really can’t stand Sarah Palin, but she did go out of her way to pay Tori some really nice compliments. I think Sarah took Tori aback a bit, because she looked a little surprised that Sarah was being so friendly.

    I’m happy for Tori. When I first her she was pregnant again so quickly after Hattie I was surprised, but its probably a blessing in disguise. Her family is so cute. And she seems so real. I bet she’s having another girl too!

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    • Anonymous

      It’s not a “blessing in diguise”, it’s downright dangerous. I’m sure she can afford the best medical care available, which is a good thing. A ruptured uterus is no joke and this woman has had three c-sections. It’s not a blessing, it’s just (physically) stupid.

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  7. Anonymous

    Oh my God, she’s SO stupid!

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  8. Anonymous

    There is no way she and Dean take care of those kids by themselves. I am a mother of 3 children under the age of 4 and there is no way that she looks that put together, traveling to NYC from California pregnant and had sex one month after the birth of her child unless she has a whole team of people taking care of her kids. She likes to present a version of her life that makes it look like she is a super mom, but there is just no way. Her oldest son seems like a real handful and a baby requires a lot of work and countless sleepless nights……I wish she would just be honest about it all. Also, she should have known better that you can get pregnant while breastfeeding, I feel like that is something she is saying so people won’t judge her for trying to get pregnant so quickly.

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    • Anonymous

      “I feel like that is something she is saying so people won’t judge her for trying to get pregnant so quickly.”

      I totally agree with this. Tori is not a naive 16 year old girl, she’s an almost forty-year-old, twice married mother of three. I don’t believe she is stupid. I believe she is smart enough to know that breast-feeding is not a form of birth control, and that doctors advise no sex for six weeks after giving birth for a reason. I can only assume she chose to deliberately try to get pregnant again immediately, and it worke – I, too, think she is using the hard-to-belive breastfeeding-contraception line as an “excuse”. The sad thing is that she owes nobody any excuses or justifications for her actions. She is a grown woman and is free to do as she wishes with her body, it’s just a shame she doesn’t feel she wants to take responsibility for the way the pregnancy came about! Personally, I think attempting to get pregnant immediately after a third c-section is medical madness, but she doesn’t owe me or anyone else a defense. Up to her. Just wish she’d say “We decided to try again immediately, as is our prerogative”, rather than “I thought breastfeeding was birth control” and “Dean wanted sex” (I’m paraphrasing of course!) These unnecessary ‘excuses’ just sound immature. She has been going on about wanting a fourth baby since way before her third was born, so she clearly just followed through on that.

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    • Anonymous

      “I feel like that is something she is saying so people won’t judge her for trying to get pregnant so quickly.”

      I totally agree with this. Tori is not a naive 16 year old girl, she’s an almost forty-year-old, twice married mother of three. I don’t believe she is stupid. I believe she is smart enough to know that breast-feeding is not a form of birth control, and that doctors advise no sex for six weeks after giving birth for a reason. I can only assume she chose to deliberately try to get pregnant again immediately, and it worke – I, too, think she is using the hard-to-belive breastfeeding-contraception line as an “excuse”. The sad thing is that she owes nobody any excuses or justifications for her actions. She is a grown woman and is free to do as she wishes with her body, it’s just a shame she doesn’t feel she wants to take responsibility for the way the pregnancy came about! Personally, I think attempting to get pregnant immediately after a third c-section is medical madness, but she doesn’t owe me or anyone else a defense. Up to her. Just wish she’d say “We decided to try again immediately, as is our prerogative”, rather than “I thought breastfeeding was birth control” and “Dean wanted sex” (I’m paraphrasing of course!) These unnecessary ‘excuses’ just sound immature. She has been going on about wanting a fourth baby since way before her third was born, so she clearly just followed through on that.

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    • Grace

      You’re right, they don’t take care of those children themselves. There was a clip up on Oxygen’s website where Tori slipped up and admitted that the nanny sleeps in the baby’s nursery at night. She also has an additional nanny and a housekeeper.

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  9. Anonymous

    She’s SO stupid
    if she is so are many women who find themselves pregnant when they though they could’nt look at Rachel Dratch story she was 44 ? and didnt think she get pregnant.
    Tori has $ A Husband , family, the means to earn and support her family
    shes in a better situation than many other women who get taken by an ” Un-Expected pregnancy’

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    • Anonymous

      She’s actually in a WORSE situation than most who get taken by an “un-expected pregancy”. This woman has an incredible risk of some really harsh complications. That makes this pregnancy even more irresponsible than most “un-expected pregnancies’.

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  10. Anonymous

    I just watched a video of Tori discussing this pregnancy on another site and she seemed a little…off. Overwhelmed, maybe worried, and a little depressed? Kind of made me feel for her. Like she was trying to be excited but there was fear and sadness (and tiredness!) in her eyes.

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  11. Jen

    I would say to the angry and bitter “Anonymous” at the top, who posted after my post, who was ranting about not everyone has to follow their doctors directions and presumed that I was young for asking that question…I’m probably older than you are, honey (and a heck of a lot nicer, too). YOU sound like you are the naive, angry, and bitter one who is trying to cause problems on this website. I asked a simple question. Why dont you try to give a nice simple answer like the rest of the people on here? And, by the way, most people do take their doctor’s advice. It’s advised for a REASON. I never once insinuated anyone HAD to. I was simply curious. But anyway, to you and anyone who has to put up with your know-it-all snippy attitude: good luck, folks!

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