Although actress Tori Spelling just gave birth to her third baby two months ago, the 38-year-old reality television star said she and her husband are already thinking about having a fourth child.
“People say, 'Oh my God, it's utter chaos after two.' But it's not, it's great. You lost your mind after the second one, so... the third fourth and fifth, it's like you're so far gone, it's just kind of the same,” the daughter of television mogul Aaron Spelling told Access Hollywood Live this week.
Spelling and her 45-year-old husband, actor Dean McDermott, welcomed daughter Hattie Margaret in early October. The couple has another daughter, 3-year-old Stella, and a 4-year-old son, Liam. McDermott also has a 13-year-old son from a previous marriage with actress Mary Jo Eustace.
Both have been busy in recent weeks promoting the sixth season of their Oxygen reality show, Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, which chronicles the trials and tribulations of the couple raising a family in the media spotlight. The season premiere debuted on Tuesday, opening with Spelling discovering her pregnancy on Valentine's Day.
McDermott said immediately after they found out, they knew they wanted a fourth child.
"As soon as I saw it was positive and it was a pregnancy, we both thought we need to have a fourth – at the same time," he said.
However, after their next child, the couple said they will most likely stop expanding their family.
"Once we have a fourth, I think that’s really kind of decision time whether to shut it down," McDermott said.
Spelling added, "I'm 38. I'm not going to be able to have that many more."
The couple made headlines when their relationship started back in 2005, as both were legally married to others but separated at the time.