Beverly Hills 90210 star Tori Spelling has become a mother for the first time, giving birth to a boy, People magazine reported. Liam Aaron McDermott was born Tuesday in a Los Angeles hospital to his American mom, 33, and her actor husband, Canadian Dean McDermott, 40, the US celebrity magazine said, citing a spokeswoman for the couple, who wed in May. She told the magazine that mother and baby were healthy and the boy's middle name was for Spelling's father, prolific television producer Aaron Spelling, who died in June. The boy is the second child for McDermott, who has an 8-year-old son from a previous marriage. The baby has been the catalyst for Spelling to try to reconcile with her own mother, Candy Spelling, who told People that she was at the hospital when her grandson was born. "Words can't describe the joy and elation I feel at this truly happy event," she told the magazine. "I am looking forward to doting on my new little grandson." The mother and daughter have long had a troubled relationship, which worsened with the negative portrayal of the mother character in the younger Spelling's VH1 television situation-comedy So NoTORIous as well as the death of Aaron Spelling. Tori Spelling and McDermott married shortly after the bride's divorce from her first husband, Charlie Shanian, and McDermott's divorce from his TV chef wife, Mary Jo Eustace. Spelling and McDermott met in the summer of 2005 during filming in Canada for the TV movie Mind over Murder.


Anonymous said…
Shes not even a star anymore.