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Dean McDermott Is On Daddy Duty

*EXCLUSIVE* Dean McDermott starts his day early with his kids

Troubled reality star Dean McDermott was spotted with son Liam, 7, and daughter Stella, nearly 6, in Encino, Calif. on Thursday (May 1). While walking hand-in-hand, the trio made their way through a parking lot.

Then on Saturday (May 3), Dean stepped out with wife Tori Spelling. Amid their marital problems, the duo got a couple’s massage and later grabbed lunch at The Infield.

The actor, 47, and his wife – who are also parents to daughter Hattie, 2, and son Finn, 20 months – are currently documenting their marital problems in the new Lifetime show, True Tori.

In December 2013, news broke that Dean had cheated on her with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand earlier that month. Admitting that he cheated, Dean said he wasn’t attracted to Goodhand – she was simply a “warm body.”

Due to all the drama, the Beverly Hills, 90201 alum, 40, spent six days in the hospital with intense migraines. Reportedly, Dean stayed by her side throughout most of her stay.

“He was my soulmate, but he completely broke my heart,” Tori said of Dean. “It makes you not trust anything that’s happened in your relationship.”

True Tori airs on Lifetime Tuesdays at 10/9c.

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Dean McDermott’s Daddy-Daughter Date

Dean McDermott enjoys Father-Daughter Time with Stella

Reality star Dean McDermott was photographed with daughter Stella, nearly 6, in Los Angeles, Calif. on Friday (April 25). After school, the father-daughter duo grabbed a quick bite to eat before stopping by Wells Fargo and Michaels.

The troubled actor, 47, and his wife Tori Spelling – who are also parents to sons Liam, 7, Finn, 19 months, and  2-year-old daughter Hattie – are currently documenting their marital problems in the new Lifetime show, True Tori.

In December 2013, news broke that Dean had cheated on her with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand earlier that month. Admitting that he cheated, Dean said he wasn’t attracted to Goodhand – she was simply a “warm body.”

According to Radar Online, the docu-series is about to get even more steamy.

“The band aid is going to be ripped off, and Dean will admit to Tori that he cheated on her with not only with Emily Goodhand in Toronto, but several other affairs,” a source reveals.

The insider added: “These were one-night stands, and not long standing relationships. Dean wasn’t in love with any of the women he had sex with — it was only an escape, and nothing more.”

True Tori airs on Lifetime Tuesdays at 10/9c.

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Dean McDermott & Finn: Doctor Duo

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Reality star Dean McDermott was photographed with his son Finn, 19 months, in Encino, Calif. on Thursday (April 24). Looking somber, the troubled father-of-five, 47, took his tot to the doctor to check a forehead injury.

The True Tori star was wearing his wedding ring, amidst his marital problems with wife Tori Spelling.

In December 2013, news broke that Dean had cheated on her with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand earlier that month. Tori recently talked about the scandal and the fragile state of their union.

“He was my soulmate, but he completely broke my heart,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 40, said of her estranged husband, with whom she also shares, Liam, 7, Stella, nearly 6, and Hattie, 2. “It makes you not trust anything that’s happened in your relationship.”

Their marital problems are being documented on the new Lifetime show, True Tori.

As reported by our spinoff, HerScoop, Tori says on the show that aired April 22: “We had a great relationship and we had a great sex life.”

Dean replies: “We had sex once every two weeks — it wasn’t fantastic.”

When Tori gives the worlds-greatest WTF gesture, the counselor says, “Dean, your expectations of what a marriage is supposed to be like sexually, is like a fairy tale.”

Admitting that he cheated, he said he wasn’t attracted to Goodhand – she was simply a “warm body.”

Dean goes on to say that his “worst nightmare” is cheating on his wife. Tori interrupts and says that his worst nightmare is that he got caught.

Dean’s response after a heavy sigh? “I don’t know,” he admits.

Continue reading at HerScoop, and take our reader’s poll regarding Tori and Dean…

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Dean McDermott & Liam: Doctor’s Visit

Dean McDermott and Liam finish up at the doctor's office

Dean McDermott and his son Liam, 6, visited the doctor in Encino, Calif. on Wednesday (March 26).

The next day Tori Spelling spent time with her friend Mehran Farhat having lunch in Sherman Oaks. Tori is still wearing her wedding ring – stirring up rumors she’s not giving up on her marriage just yet.

A source told US Weekly – she’s still “waffling” over the situation.

“Even if they reconcile, it’s going to be hard to trust him. Tori doesn’t want her kids to grow up without their dad in the house.”

Spelling and McDermott also are parents to Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 17 months.

The Canadian Chopped host went to rehab for “health and personal issues” in January after news surfaced that he cheated with a woman named Emily Goodhand in December.

“I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made,” he said in a statement.

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Dean McDermott Enters Rehab After Cheating Scandal

Tori Spelling Book Signing At Barnes & Noble

Dean McDermott is breaking his silence after he reportedly cheated on his wife, Beverly Hills, 90210 alum Tori Spelling, last month.

“I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made and for the pain I’ve caused my family,” Dean tells PEOPLE in a statement Thursday.

The father-of-five goes on to say that he’s checked into rehab for “some health and personal issues.”

“I take full responsibility for my actions and have voluntarily checked myself into a treatment center to address some health and personal issues,” he adds. “I am grateful to be getting the help I need so I can become the husband and father my family deserves.”

Sources say that the reality star, 47, is receiving intense treatment, but permitted to leave and visit their four children – Liam, 6½, Stella, 5½, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 15 months – at their house. “Their priority right now is their children,” a source tells the mag. Dean is also dad to 15-year-old son Jack from a previous marriage.

On Saturday, we spotted Tori and the kids – sans Dean – in Venice, Calif.

The day after Christmas, US Weekly reported that Dean cheated on Tori with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand. ”He told me he and Tori had a sexless marriage,” says Goodhand, who stayed over at his hotel the following night too. “I believed him.”

According to Us, Goodhand claims she met Dean while he was promoting Chopped Canada in Toronto on December 6, 2013. Goodhand goes on to tell the mag they had an affair in his room at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel.

After the online reports, Tori shared a family photo – including Dean – enjoying New Year’s Eve together.

But according to a friend, ”She’s much more heartbroken than anyone realized,” a pal tells PEOPLE.

“She’s flipping out and is completely devastated. Remember early last year when the tabloids wrote something [about marriage troubles] and she blasted them on her website?” adds the friend. “Now she’s not even doing that.”

 

Tori Spelling & Family: Book Signing At The Grove

Tori Spelling Book Signing At Barnes & Noble

Actress-author Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott posed with their children - Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1– at Barnes & Noble at The Grove in West Hollywood, Calif. on Saturday (November 9). The mom-of-four did a signing for her latest book, Spelling It Like It Is.

“Shockingly, it is about my life [laughs],” Tori recently opened up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about her new book.  

“I had quite a bit of material, because I hadn’t written a book in a few years and I hadn’t gone this long in between my books,” she added. “The book takes you through everything, from before Hattie was born and Dean being in ICU from the motorcycle accident, to my scary pregnancy with Finn, all of the houses we moved to, and our farm. It touches on everything about our lives currently.”

She added: “My favorite part about writing the book was just being able to share my experiences. I think that’s why I have such a connection with people; I am willing to share what I’ve gone through. Maybe we all live in different places and maybe we all have our own different lifestyles, but, eclectically, we are all going through milestones in our lives, whether they are personally, career-wise, relationship-wise, or parenting-wise. I am happy to share my stories with people, because it’s very cathartic for me and I feel like it really bonds me with people. I love people and being able to talk to others about what they’re going through and what I went through.”

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Pay Yo Bills: Tori Spelling And Husband Too Broke To Afford A Vasectomy – “I’m In Serious Debt”

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Poor little rich girl.

Tori Spelling In Debt

How do you come from money, but you’re broke?

According to Radar Online:

Raised in the lap of luxury as the daughter to TV mogul Aaron Spelling, Tori Spelling,had a childhood that most kids would dream of. Now, her own children, Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1, are living a reality that’s miles away from that pampered, worry-free existence, since Spelling has frittered away her savings and found herself, she admits, in “financial ruin.” The reality TV star describes how she fell so far, so fast, in her new unflinching memoir, Spelling It Like It Is.

Money first started to bleed out of Spelling and husband Dean McDermott‘s accounts when she decided to move the family from Encino, Calif., to Malibu on a whim in the fall of 2012. But less than a year later, she wanted out again, and put the Malibu home on the market.

But even as her finances dwindled, Spelling kept living the high-life, renting a “spacious and grand” 9,000 sq. foot home in Westlake Village with a pool, movie theater, “columns throughout the house, a huge chandelier, leaded glass windows, and cold stone floors mixed in with the nice hardwood.” Spelling admits, “We couldn’t afford to buy a house. Yet now we were living a lie in a grand house.”

Before long, however, things got even more complicated when Spelling was hospitalized with a dangerous condition, placenta previa, during her pregnancy with son Finn. Doctors told her she needed to stay closer to the hospital, so her mom, Candy Spelling, broke out the checkbook to help her pay rent on yet another home they couldn’t afford.

SMH.

“Once I was Googling myself to find an article I’d heard was published,” she writes. “I typed ‘tori spelling’ into the search field and a bunch of options came up. One of them was “tori spelling net worth.” Curious, I clicked on it. Google thought I was worth fifteen million dollars. Fifteen million dollars! I didn’t have one million. We had some income here and there, but no savings apart from our retirement accounts.”

Explaining that she has a “terrible habit of going into denial” about financial matters, Spelling was forced to confront the severity of her situation . But instead of cutting back, she continued to spend big.

Spelling says, “It’s not my fault I’m an uptown girl stuck in a midtown life. I was raised in opulence. My standards are ridiculously high. We can’t afford that lifestyle, but when you grow up silver spoon it’s hard to go plastic.”

“I can’t afford to live like this anymore,” she admits. “Our circumstances have changed. In between the moves, the store, spending a year in and out of the hospital, and Tori & Dean being canceled, our bank account has taken a major hit.”

“It’s gotten so bad,” she writes, “that our money manager is involved in every decision we make.” The manager even recently vetoed Dean’s plan to get a vasectomy, as RadarOnline.com has reported.

Somebody needs money management skills.


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Tori Spelling: “I Feel Like I Can Get Through Anything Now”

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Reality star Tori Spelling released her new book today, titled Spelling It Like It Is. In the book, the mom-of-four– to Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1– opens up about her high-risk pregnancy with Finn and her experiences of being raised in extreme wealth to struggling to live within her means.

Tori chats with Celebrity Baby Scoop about how sharing her personal stories is “very cathartic” for her, the “horrific experience” she had when she was pregnant with Finn, and how her relationship with her mom is “a work-in-progress.” She goes on to discuss how she doesn’t raise her kids in Hollywood by any means.

CBS: Tell us all about your new book Spelling It Like It Is. What is the book all about and what inspired you to write it? What was your favorite part about writing the book? 

TS: “Shockingly, it is about my life. [laughs] I had quite a bit of material, because I hadn’t written a book in a few years and I hadn’t gone this long in between my books. The book takes you through everything, from before Hattie was born and Dean being in ICU from the motorcycle accident, to my scary pregnancy with Finn, all of the houses we moved to, and our farm. It touches on everything about our lives currently.

My favorite part about writing the book was just being able to share my experiences. I think that’s why I have such a connection with people; I am willing to share what I’ve gone through. Maybe we all live in different places and maybe we all have our own different lifestyles, but, eclectically, we are all going through milestones in our lives, whether they are personally, career-wise, relationship-wise, or parenting-wise. I am happy to share my stories with people, because it’s very cathartic for me and I feel like it really bonds me with people. I love people and being able to talk to others about what they’re going through and what I went through.”

CBS: In the book, you open up about your high-risk pregnancy with Finn, and missing some early months with Hattie. What were you feeling during that time? How did you fight off any negative emotions and focus on positives? Did you practice any self-care while on bed rest? 

TS: “It was really scary. It was a horrific experience and I don’t believe anything happened randomly…I think we go through things that we need to go through. At the time, it seemed like my whole world was collapsing and ending, but I had to get through it. Now, in hindsight, I look back and I think to myself about how that time made me such a strong woman and such a strong mother. I feel like I can get through anything now, and it really put everything into perspective. Finn and I also have this unbelievable bond that I know is because of the experience we went through together. It’s pretty amazing.

It was definitely a daily challenge to focus on the positives. I was in the hospital for two months laying flat on my back, and I couldn’t even walk around the hospital. I had a lot of time to think about my baby, my life, and myself. I had some pretty dark moments…I knew that I could literally sit there and spiral out of control with the negative thoughts, or I could turn it into a positive. To get myself through it, I had to picture what was going to be. In my mind, I had to convince myself that it was going to be okay, and that Finn and I were going to be okay. I pictured myself getting there with a healthy baby. I feel like our minds can do crazy things and we don’t even know what we are capable of doing. It really taught me that I could take myself to a positive place.”

CBS: In the book, you open up about being raised in extreme wealth, to your struggles to live within your own means. Please tell us more about this experience and how you worked on healing your relationship with your mom.

TS: “I definitely grew up in a very different lifestyle than how I raise my children now. Being raised a certain way was definitely a balance. You do by what you know. It’s what I knew and my instincts were to be like, ‘Oh, I got to do this as a kid so I should be able to do this for my children.’ However, it doesn’t always work out that way. Financially, we are in a totally different position.

It was kind of like starting over and becoming the mom that I wanted to be and raising my kids how I thought I should raise them, not imitating how I was raised. We are a different type of family; we want to someday own a complete farm, we love repurposing things, making everything, and DIY-ing, and we love doing everything together. My children have a very unique experience that doesn’t mimic anyone else’s lifestyle. It’s all about forming their own lifestyle.”

CBS: Do your kids have a sense of how hard you’ve worked to get where you are? Do they have a good relationship with your mom? 

TS: “I definitely feel like I work a lot, and I don’t know if they understand completely. I am already trying to make them aware of what money means and how to handle money. I am also trying to teach them that when they do get things, they need to know the value of those things and take care of them. If it works like this, show them that. It’s about trying to make a difference and showing them how they need to understand that you don’t just get things and presents; you have to work hard for things. Mommy works hard and daddy works hard. It’s important that we teach them that at a young age.

They do have a good relationship with my mom, contrary to how it is played out in the public. It was definitely blown out of proportion. Our relationship is a work-in-progress, and I think that when I had kids of my own, our relationship became very different. Our relationship changed when I stopped focusing on the type of relationship we should have. Instead, I switched gears to focusing on the type of relationship we could cultivate. It’s different and maybe it is not the same relationship as our neighbors, or what you see on TV, but it’s our relationship and it’s special in it’s own unique way. I was more accepting of it that way, other than always wanting it to be something that it wasn’t.”

CBS: You and Dean seem like such a happy and strong pair. What do you think is the key to making it work?

TS: “Our relationship has such a strong base, which makes it works. We are both really busy, as our day is all kids, kids, kids, and then career. Each day, we have to find moments for us. Even if each day is chaotic, we have to find those little moments to steal and make about us. I think it is really important for parents to do that.”

CBS: Are you ever worried about raising your kids in Hollywood? What are some of the pros and cons of raising your kids in Tinseltown? 

TS: “I am not worried about that at all, as I feel like we give them such a unique and homegrown experience. They’ve had a few interactions with Hollywood, like when we go to events or we run into the paparazzi and they know mommy and daddy are on TV. That is different and that is the Hollywood experience, but we do not raise them in Hollywood by any means. We grow our own food, we have animals, and we make everything at home. It’s a very different experience for a child growing up in Hollywood.”

For more info on Tori Spelling’s book, Spelling It Like It Is, or to order a copy, please visit Amazon.

 

Tori Spelling: Our Family Is Amazing & Complete

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Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are proud parents of “four amazing miracles” – sons Liam, 6, and Finn, 6 months, and daughters Stella, 4, and Hattie, 1. With two in diapers, things are “definitely chaotic” in the Spelling-McDermott household, but Tori says things have “gotten easier” in recent weeks.

Tori and Dean open up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about teaming up with Habitat for Humanity and the Valspar Color Project. They go on to talk about their newest addition, a “tough little dude,” and their older kids who love to play “caretaker” to baby Finn.

CBS: Tell us about teaming up with Habitat for Humanity and the Valspar Color Project. What is the online video series all about? What will you be showcasing on the series? How can we get involved?

TS: “We’ve partnered with Valspar Color Project to do this amazing transformation in our playroom. We have four, small, little kids and the playroom is really the hub of our home. We spend all our time in that room and the room was really lacking energy. We couldn’t figure out what it was, then we realized it was color. It had drab, beige walls…it was a great space, a great playroom, but it was just missing something.

So, with Color Match through Valspar, we were able to pick our perfect color match and transform our room with Rushing Stream as our new color. It’s great because people can go onto Valspar Paint’s Facebook page and there’s a link and you can actually see our video. They can see how our room is transformed and they can also download an app…the Perfect Color Match App. And, they can do it themselves.

Valspar figured out, with our personalities, our perfect color match. They can take the quiz online, they can paint their room, and they can share their room. If they share their perfect color match, $1 is donated to Habitat for Humanity by Valspar.

So, once again, here are the steps: If they download the app and they pick their perfect color match, all they have to do is share their color match and $1 is donated by Valspar to Habitat for Humanity.”

DM: “It’s super easy!”

CBS: How’s Finn doing? What kind of baby is he?

TS: “Finn’s amazing. He’s 6 months now.”

DM: “He’s growing so fast.”

TS: “He is. It’s so funny, day-by-day you see their personalities coming out more and more. He’s such like a little man – like a tough, little dude. With 3 brothers and sisters running around him all the time, he’s just trying to keep up with them.”

DM: “He wants to get in there so bad.”

TS: “Yes, he loves them. Liam and Stella always want to hold him and we put him on them and he’s just like all over them – kissing their faces and stuff. It’s so cute!”

CBS: Does he seem like a different baby than your other three?

TS: “Well, we think he might actually have brown eyes. They’re all blue eyes.”

DM: “Yeah. He was born with blue eyes and they’re slowly changing to brown.”

TS: “They might stay…they might stay blue.”

DM: “I don’t know. They’re looking pretty brown, just like yours.”

TS: “He’s actually the brute of the group, I think.”

DM: “Yeah, he’s all boy. He’s sturdy, he looks like a little athlete already.”

CBS: How have the older children adjusted to baby Finn? Are they helpful?

DM: “Oh yeah!”

TS: “Liam and Stella are just great. They’re caretakers. They’re feeding him and holding him. Hattie and Finn are only 10 months apart, so she’s like a mommy. She goes over to him and is like, “Oh baby.” She thinks she’s talking baby-talk to him, but she’s really talking (inaudible) talk. So, it’s actually really funny to see how at that age that the maternal instincts kicks in. She tries to put the pacifier in his mouth.”

DM: “And, she’ll shove it in his eye, but you know.”

CBS: How are things going in the Spelling-McDermott household now that Finn is 6 months? Have you found your mommy groove with four kids?

TS: “It’s definitely chaotic in our house, but it is amazing. It’s definitely gotten easier. It was overwhelming at first, especially having 2 in diapers. I think that was the hard part, having them so close together.”

DM: “The more they become independent, it helps. Having Liam and Stella at the age they are, they’re really becoming independent. And, now Hattie is following. So, it certainly makes it a lot easier.”

TS: “The toughest part I think is the sleeping schedules. Everyone’s got a different sleeping schedule.”

CBS: What are your upcoming Mother’s Day plans? What does Mother’s Day mean to you?

TS: “Well, for me it means four amazing miracles. I have a lot to celebrate this Mother’s Day – an amazing, complete family. So, I am really, really blessed. I don’t know what we’re planning.”

DM: “No, we usually plan brunch. But, with four rugrats, maybe I’ll whip up brunch us. Mother’s Day is all about honoring moms. I’m blessed that the mom we have gave me four, beautiful little babies. And, it’s her day, so try and spoil her.”

CBS: Do you celebrate Earth Day in your house? How do you teach your kids to be eco-friendly?

TS: “Everyday is Earth Day in our house. We definitely try to teach our kids to take care of the earth. Just the other day, actually, in fact it was in the playroom, Liam came up and said, “I turned off the lights in the playroom because I don’t want the earth to get sick.” It was really cute. We teach all about recycling, we compost. We try our best to teach them how to take care of the earth.”

CBS: We understand you’re both working on books, and Dean, even a cooking show. Please share what readers and viewers can look forward to. What’s up next for you?

DM: “Oh boy, lot’s of stuff…lot’s of irons in the fire. I would love to get a cooking show off the ground. I would love to get a cookbook going, a restaurant. You name it. I’m really making strides in the culinary world. And, of course. T and I are always working on projects together, so we have stuff in development. Our hopes for 2013 is to get them all made.”

TS: “We’re both busy writing away. He’s writing his first cookbook right now and I’m writing my fourth memoir, so there’s a lot of writing going on.”

DM: “We both have our blogs, EdiTORIial by Tori Spelling (ToriSpelling.com) and The Gourmet Dad by Dean McDermott (DeanMcDermott.com).”

CBS: Is there anything else you’d like to share with our readers?

DM: “It was just Liam’s birthday. He just turned 6.”

CBS: That’s awesome. Happy Birthday, Liam!

TS: “And, concerning the Valspar Project, Valspar also has a color guarantee, which is great because we totally encourage people when you’re doing a room, do it up with color – go for a pop of color. And, Valspar makes that easy because if you pick a color you don’t fall in love with, the Valspar color guarantee let’s you go back to Valspar and pick another color. It get’s people motivated to try out color.”

 

Tori Spelling & Dean McDermott’s Family Shower

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Tori Spelling shared with her Twitter followers over the weekend that she, her husband Dean McDermott and their four children took a shower together.

The 39-year-old actress tweeted, “@Deanracer & I just had our 1st family shower w/all 4 babes. Went really well & saved on individual bath time! & only 1 babe pooped N shower.”

Some of Tori’s fans had something to say – thinking the family shower was “weird.”

Dean responded by tweeting, “family is the main thing in life that matters” adding they should enjoy “these family moments B4 kids get 2 old.”

The couple have four children – Liam, 6, Stella, 4, Hattie, 17-months and seven-month-old Finn.

 

Dean McDermott accidentally posts topless picture of Tori Spelling

Apparently being forced to look at Tori Spelling’s chest hole for all these years has damaged Dean McDermott’s vision, causing blurring and black spots that prevent him from recognizing titis when lurking in the background.

Dean posted what at first glance seemed to be an innocent picture of their 4-year old son, Liam on Twitter Wednesday. If you take a closer look, however, you will notice a pair of frankenstein boobs reclining on a sofa or a bed behind the kid’s head.

McDermott took the picture down after 75,000 of his followers, pointed out they have witnessed a terror that shall haunt them forever but the question remains. What the hell was Tori Spelling doing lying around topless with her kids in the same room? I’m going to go with breast-feeding 4-year olds so I can keep my sanity. In which case, good luck to the therapist that will attempt to erase their adult nightmares in which they forever gaze into a bottomless cannon ball hole which suddenly turns into a hot spring spewing burning milk on their faces. “Come and get your milk, dearies!!!!”

 

Dean McDermott Dishes On Family Bonding Time

Home Sweet Hollywood star Dean McDermott, husband of Beverly Hills 90210 star Tori Spelling, has revealed his family's favorite time to bond - manicure/pedicure time!

McDermott shared that he and Spelling enjoy painting each others nails, telling In Touch Weekly, “I call it ‘Male Polish.’ I mean we started doing each other’s nails and I love it, I’m wearing blue right now on my toes! I don’t know why everyone doesn’t do it!"

Spelling added, “I wanted to paint my nails gun metal for the night, so I borrowed [Dean’s] nail polish."

Of the kids joining in on the fun, McDermott said, “Whenever we can, they come get manicures and pedicures with us and they love it! Liam has blue and red on his toes like Spider-Man this week and green on his fingernails like The Hulk.”

The reality show stars are parents to Liam, 3, and Stella, 2, and have been married since 2006.

 

Celebrity Ink: Tattoos Of The Stars

No longer a taboo act reserved for sailors, tattoos prove that skin is always in. Celebrities have led the way in increasing the popularity of permanent body art.

Susan Sarandon recently talked about getting tattoos with her three kids. A heavily inked David Beckham revealed how his sons are eager to join in the family tradition: "One of them said to me recently, 'How old do I have to be before I get my first tattoo?' I was like, 'A lot older than you are now.'" While mother-of-two Nicole Richie - who is inked alongside fiancé Joel Madden - said she'd be "heartbroken" if their kids chose to get tattooed like mom and dad.

Let's take a look at 20 celeb parents who have been inked.

Whose tats do you like the best? Have you been inked?