September 25, 2019
Tori Spelling went all out for her mother's 74th birthday as she paid her a heartwarming tribute on social media.
The bond between a mother and daughter is out of the ordinary and Tori, and Candy Spelling's relationship is proof of that.
On Friday, Candy turned 74, and her daughter didn't falter in letting the world know.
To commemorate the milestone, the "Beverly Hills, 90210" star took to Instagram to pay a heartfelt tribute to her mother.
She uploaded a lovely throwback photo of them and gushed about how much she looked up to her mother while growing up.
The accompanying caption of the post read:
"Happy Birthday to my Mommy… I love this pic of me and my mom twinning! I loved my mom's style growing up. I used to watch her do her makeup, pick out her outfits, and add her accessories every time she got ready. She was my style icon! The ultimate chic woman! Here I am trying to emulate her! I adore this woman."
Tori continued, praising her mother's talent as a Broadway producer and her kind heart. She ended the lengthy tribute, writing:
"Yep, my mom and grandma to my kiddos is a triple threat! Love you, Mommy!"
The twinning photo showed that the apple didn't fall far from the tree as one could hardly tell who was Candy or Tori.
The mother-of-five is in the habit of taking fans down memory lane on her mother's birthday.
Last year, she also shared a throwback photo of herself and her mom for Candy's 73rd birthday, as revealed by Entertainment Tonight.
The show of love from Tori to Candy wasn't always a norm as the mother-daughter duo weren't on speaking terms about a decade ago, according to PEOPLE.
The rift between Tori and Candy caused the Broadway producer to list the Spelling Manor for sale while she moved to a five-acre French Chateau-style mansion.
Candy, however, didn't throw away the idea of a reconciliation as she made sure a playroom was installed in her new property. She also set up trust funds for them.
Luckily they were able to work out their differences and rekindle their relationship.