Hollywood socialite Candy Spelling has confirmed she and daughter TORI have ended their three-year-long estrangement.
Mother and daughter fell out shortly before TV mogul Aaron Spelling died in 2006 and the pair has rarely spoken to each other since, opting instead to wage a war of words in the media.
But sources recently revealed the Spellings have quietly been repairing their relationship behind closed doors after they found themselves in hospital at the same time.
Things reportedly went so well that Candy has since met her 18-month-old granddaughter, Stella, for the first time and she has also spent time with grandson Liam, two, who she apparently hadn't seen in over a year.
And now the Spelling family matriarch has confirmed to Life & Style magazine that the feud is over.
She says, "I'm very happy to say that Tori and I have taken it to where I think we both want it. We are communicating."
"I did meet Stella. Stella and Liam came over to my house, and then shortly after they went on a road trip. But I'm anxiously waiting for them to come back again."