New ink means new beginnings! Once-troubled couple Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott got matching tattoos in Paris to mark their 10th wedding anniversary.
Celebrating a decade of love, the reality TV twosome took a romantic trip to Europe, where they decided to renew their commitment to each other in the form of identical body art.
Spelling, 43, and McDermott, 49, went to Tin-Tin Tattoo Parlor on Wednesday, May 11, to get the French phrase "Tout mon coeur, tout ma vie” inscribed on their inner biceps. Translated into English, their tats mean "My whole heart, my whole life."
During their weeks-long vacation, Spelling — who brought along their four kids Liam, 9, Stella, 7, Hattie, 4, and Finn, 3 — revealed that her husband surprised her by proposing to her for a third time in front of the Eiffel Tower on April 22.
"A Happy Girl in Paris!" the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum captioned a selfie. "My one true love asked me to marry him (again) in the city of romance with all my babies! Yes Yes Yes!"
McDermott proposed to Spelling with a stunning antique engagement ring. He planned the special moment to take place on the terrace at the Café de l'Homme, which offers incredible views of the City of Light.
“Dean planned it with the owners," Spelling told photographer Michael Simon at the time. "[He wanted] to have the terrace all reserved and private for us, and told me we were going to get coffee and hot chocolates for the kids. And then surprised me when he got down on one knee and presented me with an antique engagement ring."
McDermott first asked for Spelling's hand in marriage on Christmas Eve in 2005. They wed five months later. Then, on Christmas Day 2006, he proposed again.
Prior to reigniting their romance, the two struggled through major marital strife. Us Weekly exclusively broke the news in December 2013 that McDermott had a two-day affair with a young woman named Emily Goodhand while filming a TV show in Canada. The resulting fallout from his cheating scandal was documented on the pair's Lifetime series True Tori.
However, Spelling believes that the hard times only made their marriage stronger. "We had to deconstruct our relationship," Spelling explained on the Today show back in March. "We really did, and I feel like we're kind of turning monogamy on its head, flipping it and being like, 'Well [...] through some fighting we've been told what life should be, what marriage should be.'"
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