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Thursday 2 October 2014

Tori Spelling 'shuts baby shop'

Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling has reportedly told her husband the "baby-making shop is closed".

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

Dean has another son from his previous marriage. He loves having a big family and would happily have at least two more babies with Tori.

However, she got pregnant so soon after having Hattie she is worried about the effect it had on her body. Tori apparently found being with child difficult this time around.

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

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