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Numerous attempts by followers to engage Ms Spelling with questions about marital woes highlight a role reversal in which her posts are questioned
Tori Spelling posts without Dean McDermott during Thanksgiving celebration with daughters amid divorce rumors
Tori Spelling has posted without her husband Dean McDermott following the couple’s Thanksgiving celebrations.
Spelling posted several videos of her children enjoying a four-day holiday break from school.
Her posts were a stark contrast to her posts earlier this month, when she failed to respond to more than a dozen queries from fans about marital woes.
McDermott and Spelling announced their split in January, claiming that they “will continue to be best friends and co-parents”.
Spelling has shared photos of her daughters Stella, 10, Hattie, 7, and Finn, 4, with McDermott.
The two married in 2006 and have four children together. McDermott was previously married to actress Mary Jo Eustace.
Media reports claim that Spelling and McDermott have separated and separated from one another as they seek to reconcile.
Spelling is thought to be too focused on the children to be fully focused on her marriage.
According to Australian gossip website New Idea, Spelling has been left with no money after going back to work.
Spelling is reported to have spent $1m on plastic surgery.
McDermott also has a long record of wild behaviour. He has spent the past three years appearing in US reality TV shows and has incurred a string of behavioural issues after admitting he had a brief affair with another woman.
He was also seen appearing to take drugs in front of the couple’s children during episodes of reality show True Tori.
The couple have not officially commented on whether they are separating.