Tori Spelling and Son Liam, 14, Wear Matching Balenciaga Sweaters in Sweet Photo: ‘Love You’

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Tori Spelling and her oldest son are showing their style!

the Beverly Hills, 90210 The 48-year-old student posted a cute photo on Instagram with her 14-year-old son, Liam Aaron, on Sunday of the two of them wearing matching Balenciaga sweaters.

In an instant, the mother of five, who shares Liam, Stella Doreen, 13, Hattie Margaret, 10, Finn Davey, 9, and Beau Dean, 4, with Dean McDermott, wears a hot pink variation of the sweater while her son wears a peach-colored version of the designer item.

“Triwning[sic] with my eldest … – I love you @ liammcdermott2007 “, writes the reality star.

Last month, the actress spoke with PEOPLE about how to live life with five children, sharing that “it takes a village” to balance life as a working mother.

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RELATED: Tori Spelling admits asking for help while raising 5 kids is ‘really difficult’: ‘It takes a village’

“Many times, I find myself trying to do everything myself,” she admitted. “I am still a work in progress.”

However, the star said she has a “great group of friends that I can definitely call and say, ‘Hey, can you help me? I need support.” And I think that’s always important too. “

“It’s very difficult for me because I definitely grew up in a family where we had a lot of support. I grew up with a full-time babysitter, so I was always that girl who said, ‘When I have kids, I’m going to do everything myself,'” she recalled. “So I still do everything, but I’m still working on it. It’s okay to ask for help.”

Spelling also spoke about the idea of ​​”mom’s fault”, sharing that as parents, “we put so much pressure on ourselves and feel guilty on ourselves that I think the expectations are too harsh.”

“As long as they’re happy, they’re healthy, they’re loved, at the end of the day, I say, ‘Okay. Some things fell through the cracks. We didn’t do it all. Tomorrow is a new day,'” he said.

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