Tori Spelling has begun to mend the fractured relationship with her mother and is trying to put their feud behind her.
Tori Spelling has started to mend her broken relationship with her mother.
The 'Beverley Hills 90210' actress started speaking to Candy - who she has been feuding with for years - started speaking to her mother again back in September when they found themselves hospitalised at the same time, Tori for a stomach problem and Candy for back surgery.
According to E! Online, Candy was even allowed to see her grandchildren, 18-month-old Stella and Liam, two, for the first time in over a year, which then set the wheels in motion for a reconciliation.
Last April, Candy published an open letter to Tori on her website, stating that she wished to end their feud, but she then declined an invite to Stella's first birthday party in July, because she didn't want to be on their reality programme, the 'Tori and Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood' show.
Candy first fell out with her daughter in 2006 after Tori mocked her mother on her reality TV show 'So NoTORIous'.
The feud was then exacerbated after Tori's late father and Candy's deceased husband, the late millionaire TV producer Aaron Spelling, left his daughter a derisory amount in his will.