October 29, 2019
Tori Spelling of “Beverly Hills, 90210” is the doting family woman as she takes to social media to share how she and husband, Dean McDermott treated their children with a visit to the local pumpkin patch.
The famous reality star shared a series of pictures and gifs via her official Instagram on Sunday. The post rounds up to a total of eight slides, all of which feature memorable moments taken during the special family outing.
The first picture is total eye candy as the entire Spelling-McDermott brood posed for snaps alongside their widely famous parents against a background of the pumpkin patch.
The second photo features a closer view of the children, who are all casually appareled for the outing. In the picture, the littlest child, Beau, is in a wheelbarrow while his four older siblings, Hattie, Liam, Finn, and Stella, stood around him, smiling.
The third is cuteness overload as it features only little Beau sporting an over-the-top hold necklace while he held on to a pumpkin.
“Our yearly tradition... a family outing to the local pumpkin patch.”
“Loved the pumpkins, bouncy castle, slides, and family fun! Do you have a local pumpkin patch you always goto with your family each year? #pumpkinpatch #familyfun #familytradition.”
The post left fans of the couple in awe, and they took to the comments section to leave compliments for the family. One fan, @jetrenfro commented:
“Oops! I almost missed the little on one in the wheelbarrow with pumpkins. Beautiful Family, you have created. Enjoy.”
Another fan, @citygirlgonemom wrote:
“You must smile so big, seeing all these beautiful kids! Great pic and love the pink hair.”
One other fan, @remarkably_extraordinary commented:
“What a beautiful family! Sending you tons of virtual blessings, hugs and kisses!”
In a recent interview, McDermott shared that the secret to this is that he and Spelling still manage to keep their chemistry active despite having such a large brood as theirs.
He credited prioritizing date nights as an excellent way to foster the chemistry as it helps them avoid the monotony of spending so much time with their children.