Tori Spelling has made amends with her mother, thanks to her children.
“The kids [brought my mom and I back together], especially at their age,” Spelling, 38, recently revealed to Good Morning America.
“When they were babies it was important, but now they ask for her, they want to be with Grandma.”
Spelling and her mother, Candy, were publicly battling it out out. But now, they’ve managed to leave the past in the past and move forward. The reality star, who is pregnant for a third time, credits her children Liam and Stella for mending their broken relationship.
Now, grandma and the kids enjoy time together – giving Spelling flashbacks of her own childhood.
“When I see her doing things with the kids it reminds me, ‘Oh my gosh, I remember when she did that with me,’” said Spelling.
“She was giving Stella butterfly kisses one day and she turned to me and goes, ‘Do you remember?’ And I said, ‘That you used to do that with me?’ And she goes, ‘Yeah.’”
“You get to have a whole new relationship with your parent through your children and I think that’s a really nice experience,” she added. ”No matter what has happened or has been said, you still love your parent no matter what and the parent loves the child no matter what.”