Tori Spelling having a girl

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Tori Spelling announced to PEOPLE magazine that she will be adding the current explosion of baby girls in Hollywood.

The former 90210 star and her actor husband Dean McDermott couldn't be happier about the news. "I've always wanted a little girl since I'm such a girly girl, and Dean always wanted a little girl as well." said Spelling. "I immediately started crying. I couldn't believe it. I have my beautiful little boy and now I'll have my little girl! It's amazing."

Tori's difficult relationship with her own mother has been documented in the television show So NoTORIous, in her new book sTori Telling and was said to be the reason she inherited only a fraction of one percent of her late father's $500 million estate.

"Because my mother and I have always had a complicated relationship, I always wanted a girl to prove that the past doesn't have to repeat itself," she says. "I can't wait to be a great mom and friend to her."

The baby girl will be the second child for the couple and although a due date has not been revealed, Tori is believed to be due in July.

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