Tori Spelling is ''overjoyed'' to be back home following emergency surgery after giving birth to her fourth child, Finn Davey.
Tori Spelling is ''overjoyed'' to be back home following surgery.
The TV star had checked into hospital on September 15 for ''emergency surgery due to complications from her [Cesarean] section,'' after giving birth to her fourth child, Finn Davey on August 30, and has only just been released.
She wrote on her website: ''Hi everyone - I wanted to let you know that I am home from the hospital, on the road to recovery, and overjoyed to be back with my family. I am so thankful for all of your love and support these past couple of weeks. It has meant so much to me. I will be back to blogging tomorrow, so stay tuned! Love, Tori.''
While Tori, 30, was in hospital for the undisclosed complications, her husband Dean McDermott reassured worried friends she was OK.
He responded to one pal on Twitter, writing: ''She's good. Just testing.''
Tori was also rushed to the hospital shortly after the birth of daughter Hattie, now 11 months old, for migraines. She and Dean also have Liam, five and Stella, four.