Tori Spelling Has Emergency Surgery for C-Section Complications
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Tori Spelling was rushed to the hospital on Saturday for emergency surgery, but she's doing okay now. The TV personality, who gave birth to her fourth child, Finn Davey, on August 30th, was reportedly experiencing complications from her C-section delivery.
"She remains in the hospital and is resting now," Spelling's rep told People on Tuesday.
The mother of Liam, 5, Stella, 4, and Hattie, 11 months, Spelling has delivered all of her children via caesarean section. In fact, with Hattie and new baby Finn born just 10 months apart, this was her second C-section within a year. There were some postpartum complications after Hattie's birth, too; Tori was hospitalized for a "horrendous migraine" a few weeks after the delivery.
Spelling's rep says she's now resting up in the hospital, and it seems that she's using the opportunity to catch up on some web surfing! Earlier today, Tori posted a link to an adorable video, taken by hubby Dean McDermott, of son Liam talking about his responsibilities as a big brother. "This video of [Liam] talking about his new little brother melts my heart!" Spelling wrote. Watch it below!
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