'Beverly Hills' star Tori Spelling flaunts toned abs in sexy black bikini

Rodolfo Vieira
Aug 21, 2018
12:38 P.M.
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Tori Spelling proved that she has been doing a great job with her weight loss plan by posting a special photo of herself with her children.


On Sunday, August 19, 2018, the 45-year-old actress shared her most recent weight loss update with her fans and followers on Instagram.

In the photo, Spelling can be seen wearing a black crop top and matching skirt that left her toned midsection on display as her sons and daughters posed alongside her.

The Beverly Hills 90210 star appeared to be quite proud of her slender figure and couldn't help but share a little secret of hers from her childhood days.

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"Summer beach moments were my fave when I was a little girl. Time with my family by the sea. Now, I get to make beautiful new memories with my own family."

Tori Spelling, Instagram, August 19, 2018

Spelling also wrote that she loved the weekend that she spent with her family in Carlsbad, which she described as a 'beautiful seaside family-friendly resort.'



According to Spelling, the family had a great time during their vacation and invited her followers to check out the rest of the snaps, including a portrait of her husband, Dean McDermott, on her page.

Together, the couple has five children: one-year-old Beau, five-year-old Finn, six-year-old Hattie, ten-year-old Stella and eleven-year-old Liam.



Last week, Spelling and her husband were spotted on a date night at Craig's, the famous celebrity hotspot, where they enjoyed a nice and romantic dinner.

The 45-year-old wore a black frock with a metal belt, which she complemented with a pair of black and white heels and an ivory envelope clutch.

As for McDermott, he opted for a very casual look: a blue button up and ripped jeans, as well as scuffed dress shoes.

The lovely couple tied the knot back in 2006, but before being married to McDermott, Spelling was wed to actor Charlie Shanian between 2004 and 2006.