Tori Spelling adds more fuel to Dean McDermott split rumours

It’s been a wild ride for husband and wife Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott.

The high-profile couple married in 2006, had five children, filmed two reality TV shows together, weathered a cheating scandal and even renewed their vows in an over-the-top ceremony at a private Beverly Hills home. “It’s a rebirth,” Spelling gushed to Us Weekly in 2010 of the re-engagement ceremony. “We’ve been through our ups and downs, but we wouldn’t have changed a moment.” And in 2020, everything seemed fine between the spouses as they celebrated their 14th year of marriage. “My accomplice and my best friend. You’re an amazing daddy bear and I love that you always have my back no matter what!” spelled it out in a sentimental Instagram post (via Us Weekly). “Thank you for loving me and I promise I’m still kidding! Life just gets stressful sometimes, but through it all we have each other.”

Unfortunately, it’s now rumored that the pair could be on the run again…

Tori Spelling dropped the word “co-parenting.”

Are they or aren’t they?

Tori Spelling first sparked rumors of trouble in paradise in March 2021 when she revealed on an episode of Sirius XM’s Jeff Lewis Live that she and husband Dean McDermott didn’t sleep in the same bed. “You know what? My kids and dogs are sleeping at the moment [with me]’ she confessed. Then, in November 2021, many antennas went up when Spelling posted a family holiday card to Instagram … sans McDermott. “Happy Holidays… With love, from our farm to your family home! xoxo, tori & family,” the odd card read. Later, however, Spelling kind of shut the speculation down when she noted in the comments section that McDermott was shooting a movie in Canada at the time (via E! News).

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But now Spelling has reignited the divorce flames. During an interview with People, Spelling spoke to McDermott about “co-parenting.” “Dean and I definitely have different parenting strategies. I’m kind of the feel-mom and it’s more procedural. He’s really great at timing and planning. I’m not good at it,” she explained. “You really need that to be a full human being. You need both worlds,” she said, explaining the duo’s different parenting styles. Whether the two are actually destined for Splitsville remains to be seen, however. TBD, let’s assume…