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Tori Spelling Talks About Marriage to Dean McDermott: 'Things Are Getting Better'

June 26, 2014 (8:54 am) GMT
During an appearance on 'Good Morning America', Spelling says, 'Life is always a work in progress and our relationship is one as well, so we're moving in the right direction.'
Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott

and apparently have been able to overcome their marriage problem. The "90210" star made the revelation when she appeared on "" on Wednesday, June 25 to promote her new ABC Family show "" with .

"Life is always a work in progress and our relationship is one as well, so we're moving in the right direction," she said of her marriage to McDermott. On the show, Spelling additionally admitted that she had no regrets after opening up about their family problem on "", saying, "Some people approved of it, some people didn't. It was my personal journey and I have no regrets."

Spelling and McDermott got married eight years ago and have four children together. On the reality show, McDermott admitted that he cheated on Spelling when he was on a business trip to Canada last December.

In May, the pair were seen enjoying a spa session in Los Angeles and had a lunch together. On Sunday, June 22, Spelling was seen attending a friend's pool party with her three children in Encino, California. She sported a sleeveless black top, cream-colored crochet vest and short jeans during the outing.



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