Tori Spelling Spends Valentine's Day With Her Children, Girlfriends
Getting crafty for Valentine's Day! Tori Spelling is celebrating the romantic holiday this year with her girlfriends and children. The 40-year-old mom of four and DYI expert shared photos on her ediTORIal blog of how she's been keeping busy crafting with her kids and partying with pals.
"This year, I decided that I wanted to do something special for my girlfriends for Valentine's Day. So, I invited my girls over to the house and threw an Asian inspired Valentine's Day Tea!" Spelling wrote on Feb. 11. "The afternoon was full of crafting, cooking and celebrating. We had so much fun sipping tea, enjoying dim sum and making (and eating) our own fortune cookies."
The Craft Wars host shard a photo of herself looking festive and happy wearing a homemade pink kimono and sipping from a cute teacup.
On Feb. 14, Spelling posted a blog about the sweet Valentine treats she made with her eldest children -- Liam, 6, and Stella, 5 -- for them to bring to school. "They made homemade party poppers -- such a fun and easy craft that you can do with your kiddos," Spelling shared. She also included a cute photo of Liam and Stella wearing red shirts and proudly showing off their party poppers.
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Spelling appears to be in good spirits this holiday, despite the fact that husband Dean McDermott is currently seeking treatment in rehab. "She's been staying strong and keeping busy," a source tells Us Weekly. "She has been spending time with girlfriends and focusing on the kids."
Us exclusively broke news back in December that McDermott cheated on his wife of seven years with a 28-year-old woman named Emily Goodhand. Soon after, the Chopped Canada star's rep confirmed to Us that McDermott had entered rehab. "I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made and for the pain I've caused my family," McDermott said in a statement on Jan. 23. "I take full responsibility for my actions and have voluntarily checked myself into a treatment center to address some health and personal issues. I am grateful to be getting the help I need so I can become the husband and father my family deserves."