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Thursday 18 December 2014

Tori Spelling hospitalised

Tori Spelling
Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling is recovering in hospital following emergency surgery this weekend, it has been reported.

The American star and her spouse Dean McDermott have Liam, five, Stella, four, Hattie, 11 months, and three-week-old son Finn together.

TMZ confirms that Tori underwent an operation to repair a dangerous complication that arose from childbirth.

Apparently the issue can be traced back to the Caesarian section she had while delivering Finn on August 30.

After giving birth to her daughter Hattie last October, Tori was hospitalised for migraines.

Tori has hinted she doesn't want any more children and has now apparently told Dean that is definitely the case.

"She told Dean in no uncertain terms that the baby-making shop is closed," a source told Star magazine recently.

"She told Dean she's never putting her body through that again. She has two girls and two boys now - a perfect time to stop."

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