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Tori Spelling Predicts Due Date, Shares Pregnancy Thought of the Day (Photos)

By Chris Rogers |

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Tori Spelling's baby bump!

It’s no doubt that Tori Spelling is about to pop, but expecting her to deliver on October 9 was not a prediction of ours!

Former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Tori certainly has her own ideas as to when she’s due to give birth. She tweeted, “Liam+Stella organizing baby’s stuff.due date 20th but I think b4. I think 9th. Dean thinks 10th. Predictions?”

Over the last couple of days, Tori has been giving her fans random pregnancy thoughts of the day. On Thursday (Oct. 6) she wrote, “Pregnancy thought of the day: I’m so ready I could give birth in the middle of the street right now and not even care who’s looking.”

Later, on Saturday (Oct. 8), she wrote, “Pregnancy thought of the day: Sitting N upright theater seat for 2 hrs&gorging urself w/popcorn&sour patch kids NOT good idea 9 mo. preggers.”

So what movie will be the last movie before the baby? What’s Your Number!

When do you think Tori will give birth? Sound off below after checking out some intimate photos!

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Tori Spelling Predicts Due Date, Shares Pregnancy Thought of the Day (Photos)

Tori Spelling

The kids getting ready for Halloween!

[Photos via Twitter.]





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