The mom of four had five of her kiddos on deck for the special night out
Tori Spelling was grateful to make some fun memories with her kids to close out the year.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 50, shared photos on Instagram from the red carpet at Jingle Ball 2023 in Los Angeles, where she was joined by Beau, 6, Finn, 11, Hattie, 12, and Stella, 15. In the caption, she opened up about what attending the event meant to her.
"Jingle Ball 2023 ... Music , Kiddos, and Sequins OH MY! My kids and friends and family had the BEST time this past weekend!" she wrote, thanking iHeartRadio for making "a pre teen girl , teen girl , and moms dream come true seeing @oliviarodrigo."
"After a challenging 2023, it was everything to see Olivia! She’s been our anthem and music champion thru [sic] this time. We sang our hearts out to her," she continued. "Grateful beyond words to my @iheartradio family!! Also grateful to our friends and hair/makeup goddesses that made all of us girlies look and feel special : @laurarugetti @julzhopemua @nicolevegahair ❤️."
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Absent from the event was oldest, son Liam, 16. Spelling shares all five of her kids with ex Dean McDermott.
"I just isolated more and more and more and she isolated with the kids. We were roommates," the actor said.
"Rarely, rarely, rarely did we eat together. We'd sit down and have a family meal but it was always disjointed," he shared. "It made me feel worse because I knew I was a big part of [the problem] and I was at a place where I felt there was nothing I could do about it."
While Spelling has yet to publicly address the status of her relationship with McDermott, sources previously told PEOPLE that the couple seemed to be doing well before her husband's announcement.
"Their friends have seen their ups and downs through the years, but they really did seem to be in a good place in recent months,” a source close to Spelling told PEOPLE. “This feels really out of the blue."
Referencing the past struggles in their relationships, the source continued, "If this had happened a year ago, it would’ve been expected because things were terrible between them. Sure, they still had their disagreements and didn’t always see eye to eye, but the past six months things had felt good between them.”
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