Exclusive: Tori Spelling's Feud With Mom Finally Over

Filed under: Holidays, Life & Style, Celeb Parents, Celeb News & Interviews

Reality star Tori Spelling got an early Christmas present this year: Her bitter feud with mom Candy finally ended.

"Everyone asked, 'What do you want for Christmas?' and I said, 'Nothing, I got it. My family is together,'" Tori, 36, tells Life & Style. "Just watching my mother and my brother, Randy, and my whole family together, it's like, 'Wow!'"

Life & Style Weekly: What's it like to see your mother interacting with your kids?
Tori Spelling: It's great, especially around the holidays. Nothing beats family. It's irreplaceable.

L&S: Speaking of family, are you and hubby Dean McDermott planning to give 2-year-old Liam and 19-month-old Stella a little brother or sister?
TS: We definitely want a big family, but there's still a lot of poop going around our house right now. We'll wait until there's a little less maintenance!

L&S: After having two kids, how do you stay in such great shape?
TS:
In all honesty, I don't follow a diet. And I don't exercise. I'm a super-busy mom. I'm constantly on the go. I'm lifting a 28-pound child, a 21-pound child. We're always running and doing stuff. I try to set a healthy standard for the kids too -- I make sure to incorporate protein and vegetables into their meals.

L&S: Would you say 2009 was a good year?
TS:
It's been amazing. It's been emotional, and it's been trying, and 2010 is going to be even better. A lot of our prayers have been answered. So 2010 is going to be a true blessing for our family.
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