Tori Spelling's medical complications during her pregnancy have made her relationship with Dean McDermott stronger.
Tori Spelling's pregnancy complications reaffirmed her love for her husband.
The reality TV star was diagnosed with placenta previa, a condition which causes internal bleeding, during her fourth pregnancy and after having to endure months of bed rest along with fears she could lose the baby, having husband Dean McDermott take care of her and their kids showed her what a great man he is.
She said: ''It just reconfirmed that Dean is my soul mate he's the glue in this family. We are all such a bonded group now. It changed us all, it really did.''
Dean also revealed he was terrified of losing his wife and can't imagine life without her.
He added to Life and Style: ''We do everything together. We're so madly in love and it gets stronger every day. I just couldn't imagine going through life without my partner, my best friend, my rock.''
The couple - who have Liam, five, Stella, four,12-month-old Hattie and two month old Finn together - have admitted they won't be having any more children.