Tori Spelling and four of her five children, ages 14, 13, 9, 8, and 4, are co-sleeping.


Tori Spelling and four of her five children, ages 14, 13, 9, 8, and 4, are co-sleeping.

In a recent interview, Tori Spelling, 48, did not appear to want to talk about her marriage to Dean McDermott, 54. When she did, however, she also divulged an unexpected aspect about their family life.

While Spelling has stated that she does not share a bed with her husband, she does share her bed with four of her five children (ages 14, 13, 9, 8, and 4) as well as her pets.

Tori Spelling Shares Her Bed With Four of Her Five Children

Spelling confessed, after some persuading, that it was her children and dogs who were sleeping in her bed, not her spouse, in a recent interview with Jeff Lewis on SiriusXM.

“You know what, right now my kids and pets sleep on my bed,” she explained.

When asked if Spelling’s husband, Dean McDermott, was in a guest room, she said, “He’s in a room.”

“Since he left—this is not good, you guys—since he left, he was gone for six months filming in another country, they all stayed with me,” Spelling said, appearing hesitant about discussing their relationship. So I still have four people in my bedroom who haven’t gone back to their rooms.”

Spelling has previously discussed the habit, writing on her website that she enjoys “having the kids in our bed to cuddle, and I think the bigger the bed, the better.”

Her site has now taken down this post.

Spelling and McDermott married in May 2006, over a year after meeting, and have five children together.

Liam, the oldest boy, was born on March 13, 2007, followed by Stella on June 9, 2008. Hattie was born on October 10, 2011, and Finn was born on August 30, 2012, to McDermott and Spelling. Beau, their most recent child, was born on March 2, 2017. Spelling didn’t say which of her children slept with her in her bed.

The couple have dealt with some very public marital issues on their reality TV show, True Tori.

What Is Co-Sleeping and How Does It Work?

According to, co-sleeping means sleeping in close proximity to your baby, or in Spelling’s case, children, which can sometimes be. This is a condensed version of the information.


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