Tori Spelling is working towards reconciling with her mother Candy Spelling before she becomes a first-time mum.
The soon to come baby is bringing a blessing to the family. For the sake of the baby, Tori Spelling is working on a reconciliation with estranged mother Candy Spelling.
"We have been in touch with each other and are in the process of communicating and working things out," Candy told People. As of Tori, the actress has on Monday's Good Morning America also said she was hoping to reconcile with her mother but did not go into specifics.
Tori's brother Randy Spelling said, "My sister and my mom have been communicating for the past few weeks." They reportedly also are planning to see each other soon.
"They are going to be there for each other and [Tori's soon-to-arrive] baby. My mom is having a grandchild, and it puts things into perspective," Randy added while revealed further, "No matter what, we are family, and they're resolving things and getting back together. They are communicating, and it makes both of them happy. It's definitely a mutual thing."
Tori and husband Dean McDermott are expecting their first child, a son, in the spring of 2007.