Tori Spelling, Kids, Cinderella Screening


Looks like Tori Spelling is feeling better—and back to mommy duty! 

The 41-year-old star took to Instagram on Sunday to share an adorable photo of children Hattie, Stella and Finn, all dressed up to go see a screening of the forthcoming Disney Cinderella live-action remake, which hits theaters on Friday. 

"Ready to attend a screening of #Cinderella They were so excited! #fashionella #LitteMavenHats," the proud parent captioned the photo of her little ones. 

Spelling and her children attended the event with BFFs Bill Horn and Scout Masterson (AKA the Guncles), who brought along 4-year-old daughter Simone to join in the fun. The two posed for a pic with Tori's children, including eldest son Flynn, and the kids were clearly loving the fairy-tale moment. 

PHOTOS: Tori teaches daughter Stella how to ride a bike!

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So excited to see #CinderellaMovie with the kids! @jdrfhq

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Tori's husband, Dean McDermott, did not appear to join the group for the screening, which took place about two days after Spelling was rushed to the hospital by her husband after suffering from severe migraines. 

Stella and her fairy godmother, Simone. We LOVED #CinderellaMovie!!

A photo posted by Bill Horn (@thebillhorn) on

She tweeted about the incident on Saturday, reassuring friends and fans that there was no type of major health scare. 

Meanwhile, McDermott announced last week that he will no longer serve as the host of Chopped Canada. 

"It is with a heavy heart I announce I will no longer be the host of @ChoppedCanada," he captioned on Instagram Monday afternoon. "Thank you to a great crew, judges and chefs. Thank you @FoodNetworkCa for the op. Onward and upward."

Happy to see Tori is on the mend! 

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