Tori Spelling reveals her daughter is in hospital just weeks after her own hospitalisation

Tori Spelling was in hospital herself before Christmas credit:Bang Showbiz
Tori Spelling was in hospital herself before Christmas credit:Bang Showbiz

Tori Spelling's daughter is in hospital just weeks after the star was hospitalised with breathing difficulties.

The 49-year-old actress was rushed in herself just before Christmas, and now she has shared a picture of her 14-year-old daughter Stella - whom she has with Dean McDermott - Stella in a hospital bed.

She didn't reveal why her girl was getting medical attention, but she captioned the photo with a crying emoji and wrote on Instagram: "The hits keep coming."

Last month, Tori took to Instagram from her hospital bed after being admitted for having a "hard time breathing, high blood pressure and crazy dizziness".

Tori also admitted she had been "low on oxygen", and she hit out at those who "gaslit" her when she said she was too ill to work.

She wrote on her Instagram Stories: "Here I am in hospital since late last night. To all of you who gas lit me when you were told I [was] too sick to work, well here I am."

The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star insisted she is a self-confessed "workaholic" and will "always choose work" if she can.

She added: "How about next time take someone at face value and show kindness instead of doubtfulness. Remember, for people like me, NOT working is a nightmare. I’m a hustler and a workaholic. I always choose work. (sic)"

She has four other children, Liam, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, five, with husband Dean, 56, and also has son Jack, 24, from his previous marriage with his ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace.

Tori revealed on Instagram earlier in the month that her son Beau had been "out three weeks sick from school", and then was well enough to return to school in early December, only to be "sick again".

In October, Tori admitted raising teenagers can be tough at times.

She said: "I have two teenagers now and I'm gonna tell everyone out there: if you don't have teenagers yet, oh, just wait. Just when we thought the toddler phase was hard - the teen years, the angst!"