– NEW YORK – Hopefully she didn’t pack away her maternity clothes. Reality TV star, actress and author Tori Spelling is pregnant again.

Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott, who appear in the Oxygen reality show, “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood,” have three children together, including a daughter, Hattie, born in October. They have another daughter, Stella, and a son, Liam. McDermott also has a son from a previous marriage.

The 38-year-old Spelling made the announcement on her website Friday by saying: “Baby makes 6!” and her family is “beyond thrilled.”HONOLULU – A submarine that will take “Titanic” director James Cameron to the Earth’s deepest point has made a successful unmanned test dive.

Cameron tells National Geographic News that his specially designed submarine called Deepsea Challenger completed the nearly seven-mile test dive Wednesday. The team returned to calmer waters and was headed back to the site Saturday.

If all goes well, he’ll spend about six hours exploring and filming the bottom of the Mariana Trench, about 200 miles southwest of the Pacific island of Guam.

Swiss engineer Jacques Piccard and U.S. Navy Capt. Don Walsh are the only other men to reach the spot. They spent about 20 minutes there during their 1960 dive but couldn’t see much after their sub kicked up sand from the sea floor.LONDON – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has become a wedding crasher.

The monarch dropped in moments after the nuptials of John and Frances Canning at Manchester Town Hall in northern England on Friday.

The newlyweds said Saturday the queen chatted and posed for wedding photographs. The queen and her husband Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, were visiting the venue for lunch at the same time the wedding took place.

“It was very special — it was so lovely that she took the trouble to speak to us,” bride Frances Canning told The Sun newspaper.

The 48-year-old groom knew beforehand that the queen would be visiting the town hall, and jokingly wrote to Buckingham Palace to invite the monarch, the tabloid reported. He received a polite reply declining the invitation, but palace officials secretly arranged the meeting, the paper said.

Canning said he spoke with Prince Philip while photos were being taken.

“He was a charming fella — for me it was the icing on the cake,” he told The Sun.

The 44-year-old bride was impressed the queen addressed them by their first names.

“She said I looked lovely and she wanted to wish us all the best for the future.

“We’re going to have to get a bigger wedding album now,” she was quoted as saying. “Not many people will have pictures like that.”

The British monarch was in Manchester to visit a number of sites, including a new BBC headquarters building in nearby Salford, as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour. The queen is celebrating the six decades on the throne.