Tori Spelling took to Instagram to share a cute video in which she and her 12-year-old daughter Stella have fun shaking the same bikini in different colors.
Tory Spelling, 47, showed off his figure during a family outing in Palm Springs, California and appears to be exploding. The actress wore a red bikini that had a strap during the exciting vacation and had her blond locks in two braids while she was photographed walking next to her husband. Dean McDermott, 54 and their five children, Liam, 14, Stella, 12, Hats, 9, Finn, 8 and Beau, 4. They all hung out by the pool at Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage and seemed relaxed as they soaked up the sun.
Torrey went to Instagram on April 11 to share a funny video of her and her daughter Stella sharing a fun moment during the escape. In the video, my mother’s mother approaches a mini-man in a pink swimsuit and talks about how they “twin” because they wear matching bikinis. Stella then glances horribly at the camera and pretends to scream before Tori looks around and runs away.
“You’re beautiful,” one of Tori’s followers replied to the cheeky video. “That’s great,” wrote a second, while a third called the video “cheerful.” Many more shared laughing emojis.
Before Tori’s last vacation and video, she caught attention by joking that she was pregnant with her sixth child on April 1st. After posting a photo of himself holding his stomach with the caption “No. 6 ”, she later revealed that she was not pregnant and although she received a reaction to the joke, she admitted that she did it because she wanted to“ turn the tables ”of the press, which“ creates wild and painful stories ”about her and her body.
“Every week the press and magazines ask if I’m pregnant. To make the record straight, I’m not. The fact is that after my fifth baby, my body did not bounce as before. Then, for the first time, the constant questions about “another” pregnancy began, “she wrote in a message on Instagram. “Unless you’re in the public eye, it’s hard to understand how it feels to be so ashamed.”
“My post was just to include the masses in the press for once. They are constantly creating wild and often painful stories for me, my body and my family, “she continued. “For those of you who are injured, I hear you. I love you. I welcome your stories and I will try to be there and support you. Please take this as a virtual embrace of my entire community. “