Tori Spelling: “Constantly In A State Of Pregnancy”

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Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott can’t wait for the arrival of their fourth child — and they’re not the only ones!

“I’m excited about the baby!” the couple’s firstborn son, Liam, 5, told Us Weekly on Wednesday (August 29). Little sis Stella, 4, joined the group (Hattie, 10 months napped this one out) at Lunchables’ and Never Be Bored Again’s campaign at the Boys and Girls club in Burbank, Calif.

“They are excited!” Tori, 38, added. “I got pregnant so quickly after I had Hattie that I think they’re just like, ‘Oh, Mom’s constantly in a state of pregnancy.’ They say they’re going to be excited when I’m not pregnant anymore so I can have pillow fights again with them. That’s their big thing.”

Tori went on to say this pregnancy is “probably going to be my last.”

The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum admits this is a bittersweet time in her life.

“I couldn’t be happier that I’m finally at the end and I get to meet baby so soon, but I actually love being pregnant, so if it is my last, I’ll be sad never to be pregnant again,” the ‘Craft Wars’ host said. “It’ll have been a precious moment in time and it’ll be over with, so it is sad.”

“When you realize one phase is completely over, it’s hard,” Tori added.

In preparation for baby’s arrive, the Spelling-McDermotts have been piecing together the perfect nursery.

“We made a rug together for the baby’s nursery,” she said. “We go to estate sales and yard sales all the time; We were at a yard sale a few weeks ago and I saw these amazing placemats — like really heavy yarn ones, they’re pretty thick — and I was like, ‘That would be perfect for the baby’s nursery!’ So we actually got a piece of canvas, cut it out and we glued the placemats on there and made an area rug for the baby.”

With the help of Liam, Stella and her stepson Jack, 13, Tori said she’s ready to bring her baby home. “We’re a big crafting family,” she said. “We’ve been doing a lot of DIY stuff for the nursery and making stuff.”

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  1. Anon.

    Omg, enough already. Go raise your children and stop airing your whole life in public already.

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