Tori Spelling Says She Wanted to 'Push Out a Baby': 'I Didn't Do 5 C-Sections on Purpose'

The actress is mom to five kids — Beau, 7, Finn, 11, Hattie, 12, Stella, 15, and Liam, 17

<p>Rodin Eckenroth/FilmMagic</p> Tori Spelling in 2023

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Tori Spelling in 2023

There's one thing Tori Spelling didn't get to do when she was pregnant with her five kids: "push a baby out."

On the April 16 episode of her podcast misSPELLING, the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum revealed that although she's given birth to five kids — Beau, 7, Finn, 11, Hattie, 12, Stella, 15, and Liam, 17 — she wasn't able to push any of them out.

"I had five C-sections, you guys. So, I have to go on record and brag for a second that my OBGYN says that I have the lady parts of a 14-year-old, cause it's intact," Spelling said on her podcast. "And I didn't do five C-sections on purpose."

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Related: Tori Spelling Admits She Hasn't 'Pooped or Peed Alone in 18 Years' — and Son Beau, 7, 'Stands There' with Her

Going on to explain that she'd watch soap operas with her childhood nanny, Spelling says that the nanny would often find her in her playroom acting out birth scenes from the shows she'd watch with her stuffed animals.

"So since 5 years old, I was like, 'I want to have a baby. I want to push out a baby,' " she added.

Last week, Spelling admitted that she hasn't "pooped [or] peed alone in 18 years," saying that she used to have estranged husband Dean McDermott stand with her while she went to the bathroom.

"Beau still stands there and stares and talks to me while I'm pooping," Spelling shared on her podcast. "I think I function better with people."

"Is that co-dependent?" the mom of five asked herself, then answered, "Yes. Cool."

In the same episode, Spelling shared how co-parenting has been going between her and McDermott since the two called it quits this past summer.

"I honestly had spent the time taking care of the kids and focusing on them, and they weren't ready to see their dad. And I went to see him once when he was in rehab. And we were with therapists, and it got painful and argumentative. It was a lot," Spelling recalled.

"It was a lot, and I didn't feel like he was doing well. Like, there was still a lot of anger and aggression, and so I didn't go back. And I know that hurt him a lot. He felt like we abandoned him when he was going through that process. But I had to do what was right for the kids."

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