EXCLUSIVE: Tori Spelling is stranded in Paris after contracting bronchial pneumonia on family vacation – and doesn’t know when she will be fit enough to fly home to LA

  • Spelling, 42, husband Dean McDermott, 49, and their children flew to Europe and vacationed in France after she hosted Danish TV awards 
  • Had idyllic time in Paris and the Loire Valley in a chateau where McDermott was invited to cook
  • But she developed cough and fever and doctor told her she had bronchitis and possibly bronchial pneumonia – and is not fit to fly
  • Now waiting for all-clear to make journey back to Los Angeles   

Tori Spelling is stranded in Paris along with her hubby Dean McDermott, and their four kids, after falling ill with bronchial pneumonia.

Sources say the family visited France over spring break but when it came time to return home the former 90210 star fell ill.

She was so ill they had to cancel the flight home until she could recover.

The diagnosis came towards the end of what was supposed to be an idyllic trip to Europe for Spelling, 42, McDermott, 49, and their four children.

It had begun in Denmark, where Spelling was flown by network TV2 to president their Zulu Awards in Copenhagen shortly after Easter.

Not well: Tori Spelling, who went to a cafe in Paris with her husband earlier this week, is stranded in the French capital after a diagnosis of bronchial pneumonia 

Not well: Tori Spelling, who went to a cafe in Paris with her husband earlier this week, is stranded in the French capital after a diagnosis of bronchial pneumonia

Helping hand: Spelling is being comforted by McDermott and spending most of her time in her hotel room in Paris recovering

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