It’s been quite some time since we heard from Candy Spelling via one of her famous Open Letters but the time has come, once again, for Mama Spelling to post a new public message to her estranged daughter Tori Spelling:
Tori Spelling insists that the supposed rift between her and her mother, Candy Spelling, isn’t nearly as bad as it’s been made out to be. “It’s not like we’re not talking, we just haven’t talked,” the actress, whose new book, Mommywood, hits bookstores Tuesday, tells PEOPLE in an exclusive interview. “I love my mother. I’ve always loved her [and] no doubt she loves me. There’s no feud. We simply never meshed.”
In response to these new comments from Tori (and to new excerpts from Tori‘s new book Mommywood, in stores today), Candy has posted a new open letter to her daughter on CandySpelling.com refuting the claim that the pair are not estranged and pleads that Tori “step up” and reach out to her … she writes:
“You haven’t responded to my emails, phone calls and text messages. You say you look at my website, so I’m trying to reach you that way. I want to see you and your family – in private, like the ‘normal family’ you say always wanted.”
Oh yes, Candy Spelling has much more to say to her daughter Tori. After the jump, read Candy‘s latest open letter in full to find out just what exactly is on Candy‘s mind right now …
While it is supremely sad that mother and daughter have to communicate this way, I suppose it’s encouraging that Candy seems willing to extend the olive branch to her daughter. It remains to be seen if Tori will bite and will reach out to her mother in order to reconcile but, like Candy, I am hopeful too. Tori‘s children deserve a relationship with their grandmother … hopefully Candy Spelling‘s latest public plea to her daughter will finally get the pair to mend fences once and for all.