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Dean McDermott Has 'No Bones' With Wife Tori Spelling Being The Breadwinner


Jun. 19 2012, Published 5:30 a.m. ET

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Dean McDermott appears on Tuesday's Bethenny and tells the talk show host he has no problem with his wife being the breadwinner in their home.

"I have no bones about saying that T makes more money than I do," Dean tells Bethenny Frankel in the sneak peek obtained by

"As far as her being the breadwinner or making more than me I have no problem with that because I'm fortunate. I get to spend this time with my kids and watch them grow, which a lot of guys don't because they're nine-to-fivers... You know I think in the whole gender world, I think it's changing. There's a lot more stay at home dads now a days."

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When pressed about just how much money Tori has, Dean confessed, "Everyone thinks because she has all these businesses we're loaded and we're not. Honestly, we're not."

With three kids and one on the way, on top of expenses, the couple can support themselves, but they're not rolling in dough and Tori wishes she could spend more time with her family.

"She does feel guilty but you know, when she does spend time with them, it's quality," Dean says.

Tori Spelling

"It's not about quantity. It's just about really good quality time with the kids."

You can catch Dean's full appearance on Bethenny on select FOX-owned stations on Tuesday.

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