Tori Spelling, 36, and mother Candy have been at odds for years, but it appears that finally the battle between them has come to an end.
E!’s, Marc Malkin was told the two began talking again in Sept. Coincidentally both
mother and daughter were in the hospital, Tori for a stomach ailment, and her mother undergoing back surgery.
This moment that happened quite by chance, got the ball of fate rolling again into fixing years of painful memories, harsh sentiments and bruised emotions.
The small and intimate finally reunion was a success. Candy got the chance to meet Tory and Dean’s 18-month-old daughter, Stella. And was thrilled at the opportunity to spend time with grandson Liam, 2, who she hadn’t seen in over a year.
Although, Candy declined to attend Stella’s first birthday party in July, it wasn’t anything personal, Mark Malkin reports, “she didn't want to become a storyline in the Tori & Dean reality show.
Overall, it seems like Candy and Tori are family again. Candy’s wish on her website expressing the desire that she and her daughter could begin having a better relationship, seems to be coming true. It also looks like her wish of spending more time with her grandchildren, has also been granted.
Tori Spelling was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of Candy and famed TV producer Aaron Spelling. She attended Beverly Hills High School, but graduated from Harvard-Westlake School. She has a brother Randy Spelling, who is also an actor.
She is most remembered for her role of Donna Martin on Beverly Hills 90210, hit series co-produced by her father, Aaron Spelling. The series ran from 1990 to 2000. Tori was nominated for two Young Artist Awards for her role.