It's been a turbulent year for Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott, as shown on their docuseries, True Tori. And the two are looking forward to the holiday season as they continue to try to mend their marriage after last year's cheating scandal.
On Wednesday, the former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress shared on her Instagram page and website a family card, which shows the couple barely smiling while posing with their four children—Liam, 7, Stella, 6, Hattie, 3 and Finn, 2, as well as the words "Happy Holidays."
"I have so many amazing and supportive people in my life that I'm super grateful for, and during the holidays I like to remind them how much I truly love and appreciate each and every one of them," she wrote. "And with 4 kids, finding time to put together our family holiday card can be daunting...but not this year!!"
Spelling last shared a December holiday photo featuring McDermott in 2012—it showed them and their kids with Santa Claus. Around Christmas 2013, it was reported that McDermott had allegedly cheated on Spelling. The aftermath of the scandal and the pair's marriage woes have been documented on True Tori, which airs on Lifetime and is on its second season.
In 2013, Spelling shared Christmas-themed photos that did not show her husband. She posted pics of just the kids and blogged about feeling "grateful" for her family. However, McDermott did make an appearance on a New Year's Day 2014 pic showing the couple and two of their children. Spelling broke her silence over her husband's past affair in April, days before True Tori debuted, telling Us Weekly that he broke her heart.
"I messed up," McDermott told E! News earlier this month, regarding the scandal. "People make mistakes, but those mistakes don't define them. It's what you do after the mistakes that really shows your true character."
"Today we are on really good terms," he added, regarding his wife.
He also said that he is quitting True Tori.
Meanwhile, as they continue to work on their marriage, Spelling and McDermott were photographed packing on the PDA on Tuesday in New York.
"We are in a better place than ever," McDermott said on the Today show in an interview that aired on Wednesday. "Our love is stronger. We're solid. We're communicating. We're actually having a fully functional relationship."