Tori Spelling is changing her chest at the urging of her teenage daughter.
Tori has had silicone breast implants for the last 20 years. In 2011, the Food and Drug Administration said in an advisory, "The longer a woman has silicone gel-filled breast implants, the more likely she is to experience local complications."
After the advisory, Tori always knew she'd have to eventually replace her implants, but she put it off for years. Somewhere along the way, though, she mentioned the implant issue to her family, something that certainly stuck with her daughter Stella.
"I got them when I was really young. And I didn't know that at a certain point they would have an expiration. I didn't know that you would have to do it again," the former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star told E! News. "It really hit home for me when my daughter came to me and she's like, 'Mom, I'm concerned. You have put this off. You told me for years now that you need to get your boobs redone.'"
The "Messyness" host is no longer dragging her feet.
"For health reasons, it's way safer at this point to do it," she said. "Because there's scar tissue buildup, it puts you out there for having long term things go wrong in your body. So when [Stella] said, 'Are you getting it done?' I was like, you know what, why am I not getting it done?"
"Because my main goal, my kids are my everything," she added. "So this year coming up, scheduling that surgery, getting healthy — that is taking the forefront. Because it's OK to put yourself first. In the end, it is for them, anyway."
Surgery is reportedly set for Feb. 27. Tori previously said on SiriusXM's "Jeff Lewis Live" that she's going to get bigger implants than the ones she currently has.