After years of arguing, it seems that Tori Spelling and her mother, Candy Spelling, have finally patched up their relationship.
The mother-daughter duo — who haven’t been photographed in public in five years — were photographed on a Malibu beach on Monday, seemingly enjoying each other’s company.
They were joined by Tori’s husband, Dean McDermott, Million Dollar Listing star Josh Flagg and his friend Andrew Beyer.
The former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star, 49, rocked a beige lace bikini top with high-waisted black pants while her mother, 76, wore a black and white maxi dress with a matching hat and silver jewelry.
They sauntered along the beach until they found a place to stop and set up chairs a short distance from the ocean waves.
Several shots showed Tori sitting on the sand, looking lovingly up at her mother as they chatted.
Meanwhile, photos captured a smiling McDermott entertaining their 5-year-old son, Beau.
The peaceful getaway follows years of tension between Tori and Candy, when they became estranged shortly after the deaths of Candy’s husband and Tori’s father, Aaron Spelling. The late legendary TV director left Tori with an inheritance of $800,000 of his estimated $500 million fortune.
Tori also once claimed that Candy never informed her of her father’s passing in 2006. For her part, Candy claimed that she asked Tori to come home when Aaron was near death – but she didn’t because she was filming a movie in Toronto with McDermott.
Candy told People in 2009 that she and Tori were not speaking to each other at the time and that she was barely in a relationship with her grandchildren. She claimed their estrangement prompted her to sell the $150 million Spelling mansion that the family had previously occupied since 1991.
“If I had any hope of being in a relationship with my grandchildren, I would never sell this house. I had been fantasizing for years about a beautiful playhouse on the property for children.”
She sold the house in 2011 and moved into a $47 million apartment.
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However, it seems their past issues have been resolved, with Tori first speaking briefly about their reconciliation during a 2019 visit to “Watch What Happens Live.”
“How is your current relationship with your mother, Candy?” asked host Andy Cohen, to which she replied, “It’s good, very good now.”
She added that her children now enjoy visiting their grandmother’s luxury apartment, which Candy considers “the mansion in the sky.”
“My kids, the first time they saw it, they were like, ‘Grandma lives in a hotel!'”