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I do… again!

It hasn't always been easy for Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling, but the actor is recommitting himself to his wife of nearly 10 years by proposing for the third time!

In front of the couple's four children and with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop, Dean got down on one knee during a family vacation to ask for his wife's hand in marriage.

She said yes.

Photos from the moment show that Tori was incredibly surprised as Dean dons a leather jacket and jeans for the romantic moment on the terrace of Cafe de l'Homme.

He presented the "True Tori" star with an antique ring.

If the moment looks too set up, it's because it was, but only Dean knew about it. Tori told a photographer, via Us Weekly, that her husband planned the proposal with the owners of the cafe.

"[He wanted] 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," she said. "And then surprised me when he got down on one knee and presented me with an antique engagement ring."

She went onto say, "This was a perfect family moment for unity and love! No date for the wedding is set, yet, but our 10 year anniversary will take place in May."

Dean first popped the question on Christmas Eve in 2005. He and Tori tied the knot five months later in May 2006. Then, on Christmas Day 2006, he proposed for a second time.

Over the last decade, the stars have endured their fair share of marital strife and many felt they were headed toward divorce. In December 2013, Dean reportedly cheated on Tori with a young woman named Emily Goodhand.

Tori stuck by her man and the tension was documented on the couple's Lifetime reality show. However, Dean's ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace, speculated that the entire cheating scandal was made up to line the couple's pocketbook.

Mary's cookbook allegedly included a now-removed chapter where she said that Emily Goodhand never existed and she was completely dreamed up, which is why no media outlets could ever find her.

"She will never be found because she is totally fabricated," she allegedly wrote in the book. She then apparently accused Dean of faking everything else, including his rehab stay.

"Dean pretended to be checked into a long-term facility but instead he was at a beachfront home in Malibu getting some R&R," she is said to have written. "It was all a part of his plan."