Tori Spelling is back to work.
Despite leaving the hospital on Saturday, where she secretly stayed for at least six days, the 40-year-old star continued filming her Lifetime docu-series True Tori on Sunday.
Spelling's husband Dean McDermott was spotted dropping off the couple's daughter Stella at a friend's house on Friday before he went to the hospital to pick up his wife on Saturday (the two have been making headlines as of late for the marital drama after McDermott cheated on Tori during a trip to Toronto in December).
While the reason behind Tori's hospital stay has yet to be disclosed, a source told E! News that Spelling's husband was with her every step of the way during her time in the hospital, remaining by her side for up to 10 hours every day.
"He would arrive by 10am and didn't leave until 8 most nights. He seemed very stressed out and worried," an observer said. ''He would bring food and often only left Tori to go outside to catch some air or make a phone call.''
Following their return to their Calabasas, Calif., residence, the duo stayed home all day on Sunday until Tori was spotted coming out of the house around 5:30 p.m.
According to an eyewitness, the mother of four looked frustrated that photogs were there, at which point Tori and Dean got in the car and drove around the block three times. The couple then came back to the house and continued filming. At one point, Dean heard Tori yelling, and he quickly came outside to defend her before retreating back into their home.
Spelling admitted that one of her "worst fears came true" when she discovered that her spouse of seven years had a two-day affair with 28-year-old Emily Goodhand during a trip to Toronto in December 2013. Shortly after, McDermott entered rehab.
Last week, the actress opened up about the issues in her marriage on her blog and explained why she's documenting the drama on her reality show. "Throughout my life, the tabloids have told every story you could imagine – and they always got it wrong," she wrote. "I needed the chance to tell my own story. At the moment, I don't know if it will have a happy ending. But I need to get my voice back, and this is my way of doing that."
The duo, who have four children together—Liam, 7, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 20 months—are in the "beginning stages of therapy," and Tori is trying her best to see if the two can make it work.
"You don't stop loving someone because they do something really bad to you," she explained to Us Weekly. "He was my soul mate, but he completely broke my heart. It makes you not trust anything that's happened in your relationship. But until I figure it out, I don't want my kids to know any different." She added, "I owe this relationship more than just saying something horrible happened and dismissing it. I need to figure out if he can change."
—Reporting by Michelle Falls