Everyone's favorite 90210 veteran, Tori Spelling, revealed that she and husband Dean McDermott are expecting a third child via Twitter yesterday. The duo, who are already the proud parents to 4-year-old Liam and 2-year-old Stella, couldn't be more excited. And on the coattails (or should we say booties) of the baby news, they've listed their home in Encino, California for sale.
Their Tuscan-style villa, which was featured in their reality show Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, is listed for $3,199,000.
Hoorah! Another celebrity home for the stalking! But the question is, with six bedrooms and seven full baths, what is so bad about this shindig that the couple decided to pack their bags and head out? Could there be twins on the way?!
Okay, so maybe a size upgrade does make sense. If you think about it, Tori and Dean will have a total of four kids under one roof, including Dean's son 12-year-old Jack from a previous relationship. And that is, of course, if she's pregnant with one kiddo and one kiddo only. Six bedrooms for a six-person family could get a little tight, and that only leaves one extra room as a guest room.
I wonder what credentials they'll have for their new spot. Maybe eight bedrooms? A spot for a potential live-in nanny? Either way, after seeing pictures of their current home, I can't help but wonder how they could bear to leave! It's so beautiful. So elegant! See for yourself:Is this not one of the most beautifully decorated and spacious bedrooms you've ever seen? Something about the light blue walls and white bedding just makes me want to exhale. That, or sit on the floor and do some yoga. I don't even like yoga.
A pink bedroom fit for their little princess, this girl's room just screams sophistication. Stella must have some great tea parties at her table!
If you ask me, this is the perfect size pool for a family. That is, unless one of their kids develops an interest in competitive swimming.... It's official, I need the phone number of their interior decorator. I can only hope that Tori and Dean aren't selling the place furnished! How could you part with that quaint olive ottoman or those curtains?
What do you think of Tori and Dean's decision to move? How many bedrooms are right for a family of their size?
Images via zipreality