Tori Spelling plans to share her husband’s cheating scandal with their kids when they’re old enough.
The actress-turned-reality star allowed cameras to document the fallout after husband Dean McDermott confessed to being unfaithful on docu-series True Tori.
And the former 90210 star admits she also hopes to share with their four children, ages 22 months to seven years, how they are working through their issues.
“I hope to be able to have a very candid conversation with them one day because I hope we will have made it through this and made it out on the other side, and we survived something that was a tough thing,” she told E! News.
“We made it through, and we can talk about it freely and say, ‘You know, things aren’t always easy and you’ve got to work on a relationship, and somethings things happen that isn’t great but you move forward.’ I hope that’s the case and I hope to be able to talk to them about it,” she explained.
Tori opened up to the outlet just last week, revealing that things were “good” with Dean at the moment.
“We’re working on things. We’re committed to being a family and moving forward and that’s what we’re trying to do – it’s day by day,” she said, adding that the couple are now focused on the next chapter of their marriage.
“[We are] trying to rebuild our relationship and evolve. Moving on from [what happened], the new relationship that kind of transpires,” she said.
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