Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 22 October 2014

Spelling introduces baby Finn after health scare

Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling has introduced her 10-week-old son to the world in a new photoshoot following her life-threatening delivery.

The mother-of-four gave birth to her youngest son, Finn Davey, on August 30.

Tori faced major complications during her pregnancy with Finn due to placenta previa, a condition in which the placenta covers the cervix.

She underwent emergency surgery after the birth and was released from hospital in September.

Now having recovered, the 39-year-old actress poses happily at home with husband Dean McDermott and their children in a new editorial for People magazine.

Tori cradles 10-week-old Finn in his colourful nursery while Dean holds 13-month-old Hattie. The couple's daughter Stella, four, and son Liam, five, smile at the camera while sitting below them.

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress opened up about how she got through her health scare. "I would rub my belly and talk to Finn. I kept telling him, 'We're going to be fine' and 'I can't wait to hold you,'" she said.

Tori and Dean married in May 2006.

The actor also has a son, 14-year-old Jack, from his previous marriage to Canadian actress Mary Jo Eustace.

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