Dean McDermott Proposes to Tori Spelling in Front of Their Kids

Talk about déjà vu all over again for Tori Spelling as her husband Dean McDermott proposed to her ahead of their 10th wedding anniversary, and this time, they were joined by their four beautiful kids. See more below.

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McDermott, 49, got down on one knee and presented Spelling, 42, with another engagement ring in front of their children—Liam, 9, Stella, 7, Hattie, 4, and Finn, 3—in Paris on the terrace of Cafe de L’Homme, near the Eiffel Tower, during their family vacation. How romantic!?

“Dean planned it with the owners of Cafe de L’homme overlooking the Eiffel Tower and all of Paris to have the terrace all reserved and private for us and told me we were going to get coffee and hot chocolates for the kids and then surprised me when he got down on one knee and presented me with an antique engagement ring,” Spelling said. “The four kids and I were so surprised and so happy. It’s been a rough few years and this was a perfect family moment for unity and love!”

“No date for the wedding is set yet,” she joked. “But our 10-year anniversary will take place in May.”

Spelling and McDermott’s romance started while they were married to other people.

In 2005, McDermott had first proposed to Spelling on Christmas Eve. He gave her a diamond and sapphire ring. McDermott proposed to Spelling again on Christmas Day in Canada in 2006, when she was pregnant with their eldest child. He gave her an antique Neil Lane platinum ring with an Edwardian oval-shaped sapphire, People reported. Spelling talked about the status of their marriage following their past drama. “I can 100 percent move past the infidelity,” she told E! News’ Jason Kennedy and Maria Menounos. “The stuff that I cannot move past is the behaviors in the relationship—the things that weren’t being communicated, the anger in the relationship—things that really had nothing to do with infidelity itself.”

“Things are really great right now. We had to deconstruct our relationship. We really did,” Spelling said on NBC’s Today show. “And I feel like we’re kind of turning monogamy on its head, flipping it and being like, ‘Well, through some fighting we’ve been told what life should be—what marriage should be.”