Actress Tori Spelling has blamed the press for making her worry about her weight - insisting she felt pressured to slim down after giving birth.
The skinny star's rapidly shrinking figure has been the subject of much tabloid speculation since she delivered her second child, daughter Stella, in June last year (08).
Spelling, who also has a two-year-old son, Liam, blasted speculation she has an eating disorder, putting her weight loss down to her life as a busy mum-of-two.
She tells Fox News, "The first time I went out after I had Liam, the paparazzi were around and I remember trying to hold my stomach in, even though my muscles were shot to hell, because it's not like they want a story, 'Look at the happy couple, they just had a baby,' they want, 'Do you see her stomach? We thought she already had the baby.'
"But I always say the weeklies build you up to tear you down. It's a funny cycle. The week before they were asking, 'Is she too thin?' they showed a picture of me in a bikini on the beach saying I looked great."