Dean McDermott thinks wife Tori Spelling is the bee's knees -- even if everybody else thinks she's insane for dragging her cheating husband through reality TV hell in their sell-out show, "True Tori."
In an interview with People, Dean said, "This baby is a testament to how much we love each other." "And it's a testament to Tori for staying with me," he gushed.
"Love does conquer all," said He of the Wandering Dong. "And that's what this pregnancy says about our relationship. It's everlasting."
The couple is expecting their fifth child, who is due in 2017.
Tori and Dean's other children are nine, eight, five, and four, and McDermott has a 17-year-old son from his previous marriage to Mary Jo Eustace.
Spelling announced the couple's pregnancy last week, saying, "It was a total surprise. We always wanted a big family."
"I'm really excited," she added.
She of the Unstoppable Womb continued that the baby will be an "adjustment" for the entire family, and says that it's going to be just like starting over.
It's good that despite all that Tori lost, and all that was taken from her, she still has her rationale faculties ... a little bit, anyway.
Though the two have gone through a plethora of issues together - family feuds, money woes, infidelity, depression, suicidal thoughts, and reality television - they have remained steadfast in their desire to torment one another for the rest of their lives.
And for that, we thank them.
Things don't seem entirely settled, however, with McDermott's ex, as new reports emerged that Eustace was upset by Tori's surprise pregnancy.
You know, as if Dean's ex-wife has anything to do with his current wife's uterus, like having a governor on the damn thing.
It sounds like Eustace is pissed that they're bringing yet another child into a financial mess, and it would be hard to blame her.
She might even go as far as to allude that her ex and his new wife don't have the emotional and financial wherewithal to care for and feed another mouth.
Congratulations on the pregnancy, happy couple. Although it is worth noting, as a public service announcement of sorts:
If you really don't want these types of surprises in the future, there are things available to prevent them, you know.
Like a boot on a car. Think about it.