Tori Spelling loving being pregnant
Tori Spelling is loving "every minute" of being pregnant.
The 43-year-old actress was shocked to learn she and husband Dean McDermott - the father of her other kids, Liam, nine, Stella, eight, Hattie, five, and Finn, four - were expecting their fifth child, but so far everything is going well and she is having an "amazing experience".
She said: "I never thought I'd be pregnant again! It's a very welcome surprise.
"I said before my pregnancy with Finn that I love being pregnant and it was such an amazing experience and this one has not let me down! It's been great. I have energy and I feel like I'm loving every minute of it."
The former 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star suffered placenta praevia while she was pregnant with Finn, causing problems with delivery as the condition means the neck of the uterus is blocked by the placenta, and she is relieved to have been told by her doctors that she won't experience the same issues this time round.
She told People magazine: "I'm totally healthy and safe. I am 100 percent healthy!
"The condition I had with my last pregnancy, the baby and I got checked out when we first found out and not only does it not exist but it cannot exist. So we are going to have a happy and healthy pregnancy together!"
Tori has been craving doughnuts but isn't too worried about gaining weight as looking after four children keeps her in shape.
She said: "I am not working out at all. I always say this, I have four kids and it's the biggest work out of anyone's life!
"I literally am up at 6am with the kids, I do not do my thing and settle in bed until nine at night. Literally I don't sit down."
The star has also confessed that she may find out the sex of her unborn child after undergoing a family vote.
She told 'Entertainment Tonight': "We did find out with the first two, didn't find out with the second two - huge, amazing surprises. The kids are old enough now they kind of want to find out, you know. We've taken a family vote so at some point we might find out but not yet."