Actress Tori Spelling longs for a little girl to add to her growing family - because she wants to develop the special mother/daughter bond she lacked in her own upbringing. The pregnant Beverly Hills, 90210 star hopes her unborn baby is a girl so she can lavish the love she craved as a child on the tot. But she admits she also harbours fears the relationship will echo her own fractured past with her previously-estranged mum Candy, reports gossip website Hollyscoop.com. The 34-year-old says, "Part of me desperately wants a little girl, so that I can have the relationship that my mother and I didn't quite have. "And then on the other hand, I'm scared that I'll just kind of repeat mistakes that my mother made with me, maybe. But I'd like to give it a try." Tori recently reconciled with her mum over their shared love for her young son Liam Aaron MCDermott, and blamed their strained relations on the attention her late TV producer father Aaron heaped on her after her birth. Spelling is expected to give birth to her second child with husband Dean MCDermott later this year (08).