EXCLUSIVE: Tori Spelling Doesn't Want to Have Another Baby Because She's Worried About Gaining Weight

Fri, August 6, 2010 2:47pm EDT by Add first Comment

Dean McDermott tells us he’d love to have another baby, but an insider reveals that his wife Tori Spelling is dreading the idea of a big fat baby bump.

While some of us may think Tori Spelling is looking scary skinny at the moment, an insider tells HollywoodLife exclusively that she loves the way she looks and doesn’t want to gain any weight. Somebody better tell her husband, Dean McDermott, because he told us exclusively this week that he wants to have another baby with Tori as soon as possible. And that means she’ll lose her skinny shape in a matter of months!

Dean said that his dirt bike accident in June (which landed him in intensive care) made him realize what’s important — his wife and kids. “I think it did tip the scales,” he admitted. “I would say that I love my family so much, let’s expand it! Plus, we make beautiful babies!”

He’s right — Liam, 3, and Stella, 2, are adorable — but an insider tells HollywoodLife exclusively that Tori is “so weight conscious that she doesn’t want to have another child for fear of blowing up like a balloon. She’s afraid that she’ll gain too much pregnancy weight and not be able to lose it.”

The source says Tori and Dean have discussed having more kids, but they put it on the back burner. Since his accident, however, Dean has been saying that it was a reality check for him and insists that they have more children ASAP and he’s trying to get Tori to agree. “She told him that now is not a good time, since he’s still recuperating from the accident, but the real reason is that she doesn’t want to put on the pounds that go along with a pregnancy.”

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