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Thursday 25 December 2014

Tori Spelling shares ‘Finn’s big arrival’

Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling has shared the first video ever captured of her fourth child, Finn, after undergoing a C-section during his birth.

The 39-year-old actress gave birth to her fourth child with husband Dean McDermott on August 30, 2012.

The delivery was life-threatening, as Tori suffered from placenta previa during labour, a condition in which the placenta covers the cervix.

The television star has made a full recovery and on Tuesday released footage of the first moment she was finally able to cradle her youngest son.

“Finn’s big arrival! #FinnsFirstVideo,” Tori tweeted her 926,000 followers.

The actress included a link to her blog with a 28-second video of mother and baby bonding moments after his birth.

“Once I was feeling a little better (was in a lot of pain after the c-section) it was time for me to cuddle with Baby Finn,” she wrote, remembering it as “a moment I will never forget”.

Tori has spoken out in the past about the difficulties she had with her fourth pregnancy. She said she will be forever grateful little Finn made it into the world safe and sound.

“The pregnancy with Finn was tough, and the fact that in the end we were able to bring a healthy and happy baby into this world means more to me and Dean than we can ever express,” Tori added.

“I’m so thrilled that we have these videos from one of the happiest days of our lives.”

Tori and Dean are also parents to a six-year-old son, Liam, and daughters Stella, four, and Hattie, 17 months.

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