Tori Spelling and her mother Candy have buried the hatchet in time to spend the holidays together.
"I'm really happy to say we've taken it to a place that I've always wanted to," Candy, who next stars in E! reality show "Bank of Hollywood," tells "Extra" of rekindling her relationship with Tori, 36.
The mother/daughter duo has had a rocky relationship since the death of Tori's father Aaron -- but is working on reconciling for the sake of family.
"We're dealing with it privately," Candy, 64, says. "We're communicating."
Spelling adds that she "sure hopes" to spend Christmas with Tori, Tori's hubby Dean McDermott, and the couple's two children -- Liam, 2, and Stella, 1.
In July, Candy slammed her daughter for using her kids as "reality show props."
The next month, McDermott snapped back, "We don't use our children as props, we take really good care of our children, we love our children... everyone's entitled to their opinion."