All done! Tori Spelling admitted that her husband, Dean McDermott, does not want to have any more kids.
“Literally, his skin crawls when people ask that,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 46, said on a Monday, June 17, episode of her husband’s “Daddy Issues” podcast with Adam Hunter and Nicky Paris. “It’s a lot.”
The actress went on to say that she “might have a few good eggs left.” And as for breast-feeding, she’s “got a few drops left.”
She and the chef, 52, share Liam, 12, Stella, 11, Hattie, 7, Finn, 6, and Beau, 2 — but they didn’t plan on having such a big brood.
“I never anticipated having this many children,” the Spelling It Like It Is author said. “I thought two children, because I grew up with my brother and you always sometimes want what you have in your family. As soon as we met, we were like, ‘Let’s have babies together.’”
In February, Dean told Us Weekly exclusively why he was “good” with the size of his family.
“We’re happy with our big brood, and they love on each other so much,” the former Chopped Canada host told Us. “It’s so great we have the enjoyment of every age. We have so many kids that we have now to enjoy, but I look at [Spelling], and she has this gleam in her eyes, like, ‘I can do more.’”
In fact, Tori told Us exclusively in May 2018 that she could — but she worried about what another baby would do to Dean. “I like even numbers [and my kids] keep asking,” she revealed at the time. “They all want one more because they want a little baby sister now. But I can’t imagine dad being sane if we have one more. It would push dad over the edge. He’s doing the best he can!”
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