Tori Spelling Explains What Her Family Will Be Doing For The Holidays Amid Reported Looming Divorce From Dean McDermott
Tori Spelling has dished all about her family's upcoming holiday plans amid reports that a split with husband Dean McDermott is on the horizon.
On Friday, December 3, the Beverly Hills 90210 actress, 48, stepped out on the red carpet for the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in Los Angeles rocking a sheer black Givenchy dress.
Spelling — who shares children Liam, 14, Stella, 13, Hattie, 10, Finn, 9 and Beau, 4 with her reportedly estranged spouse — opened up to E! News about what the family has planned for the holidays.
"I don't want the holidays to be over. They go so quick," the True Tori star told the outlet. "In theory, you really need to spread out Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas because I feel like they are way too close together."
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"We need a month in between to really enjoy, take a break and get back up to DIY and bake again," Spelling continued about their family's Christmas agenda. "We are super excited to totally DIY everything and bake. We have so many baking ideas. It's sneaking up on us."
The busy mother-of-five also posted a picture to Instagram earlier that day of herself and her son Beau along with the caption, "Holiday Season... We see you. Not quite as organized, planned, and executed as everyone else but here we come. At our own pace. Setting up and decorating as a family. We are well aware of the pressure this time of year. We are NOT Holiday perfect…"
Another thing that is not so perfect has been the current state of Spelling and the television host's, 55, marriage. As OK! previously reported, the couple — who has been married for 15 years — are reportedly gearing up for a split in the new year.
“They really are trying to celebrate the holidays as a family and put aside their differences,” a source told US Weekly. The insider added that “friends think divorce can happen early in the new year.”