Halloween may have been and north face coats gone, but Tori Spelling is clearly still in the mood for a bit of fancy dress fun.
In honour of yesterday's U.S.Thanksgiving holiday, the 38-year-old reality show star made six-week-old Hattie her own personal turkey outfit.
Posting the photographs up on her website, Tori even somewhat bizarrely posed her little bundle of joy on a plate of faux vegetables. Under the caption 'Roast Turkey Costume,' the star blogged about how to create a similar outfit for your baby.
'Ok, this one isn’t edible, but if north face elevation women's you have a baby at home, here's a fun Thanksgiving craft project you can make for what will be very memorable holiday photos,' she writes.
'Your older kids will love helping to make this for their baby bro or sis - Stella loved gluing the faux veggies on the faux platter.'
However, perhaps in a nod to future embarrassment for her daughter, the former Beverly Hills 90210 star also wrote a 'disclaimer' underneath the post.
'Sorry to future 18 year-old Hattie. It was too cute an idea to pass up. If it’s any solace, you wore turkey well!'
The star is clearly embracing her home-maker side, also posting up a recipe for turkey from her husband Dean McDermott'Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday filled with love and lots of good food!' she posted on her website. 'This year, my family is especially thankful for our newest addition, baby Hattie.'
The star also tweeted a picture of her kids north face coats on sale daughter Stella pitching in with a spot of pastry making.
'Baking pumpkin pie now. Liam&Stella are very good helpers. I made a homemade overlapping star pie crust. Let's see how it turns out...'Clearly it was a little exhausting, with the star posting on Twitter yesterday: 'Anyone need a vacation after Thanksgiving? TG culinary preparation is like culinary boot camp!'
Tori gave birth to Hattie on October 10, her third child after Liam, four, and three-year-old Stella.
The new season of she and her husband Dean McDermott's reality show: Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, will air on Tuesday on U.S. network Oxygen.
‘But I decided to send a couple of pictures I’d taken on my iPhone. There was an application form to fill in, too. No one asked the question, “Is your child disabled?” So I didn’t mention it.
‘Soon afterwards, I got a call from a woman at the agency who said: “We loved your pictures. Could you come to Manchester with your daughter for a photo shoot?”
‘I thought we had nothing to lose. Mum said, “You should tell them Taya has Down’s”, but I decided not to. I didn’t want her to be chosen as the token disabled child. If she was going to be picked, then it had to be on her own merit.’ And it was quickly evident that Taya loved the camera. The pictures of her, mesmerised by bubbles, chuckling with glee, resplendent in a frothy white dress, are entrancing. I wonder if we will see her one day modelling on a catwalk? Gemma laughs. ‘Taya is an amazing child,’ she says. ‘I suppose anything is possible.’