She may have grown up in a life of luxury that most of us will never get to experience.
But after losing her money-maker father, lacking a relationship with her mother and having a stagnant career as an actress, Tori Spelling has finally come to terms that she isn’t Donna Martin anymore.
In her new book Spelling It Like It Is, the mother-of-four admits that her bank account is in fact middle-class and not in the one percentile like we thought.
“I haven’t bought a purse in three years. And it’s fine. I look back on that girl who shopped at Gucci in my 20s and I can’t even relate. I can’t believe I thought it was important.”
No need to fret Tori, I’ve never purchased a Gucci purse.
I don’t know if she is admitting her brokenness to get people to buy her book or because she is just that authentic. Either way, it works.
We’ve traveled and done crazy things like upgrading hotels at my instigation. I can’t afford to live like this anymore. They say admitting the problem is the first step. We’re in the entertainment business and things change year to year. We don’t have a series on the air right now, so we have to be more restrictive of what we can spend, just like anyone who doesn’t currently have a steady job.
The reality star has multiple children’s clothing lines sold on the Home Shopping Network, a few books and a DIY website, yet being a parent to four children and a husband (Dean McDermott) whose never really brought in a steady paycheck it’s understandable that this family has to budget.
Broke or not broke.
I’m a fan.