Mystery Girls Actress Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott took to their blogs on Thursday to assure their fans, and the whole world, that they are "stronger than ever."
Spelling and McDermott's marital troubles - which included the couple recovering after McDermott's stint in rehab and his alleged cheating scandal - were documented in the Lifetime reality series True Tori. The series, which aired its finale in June, ended with the couple's future still very uncertain.
However, the duo's recent posts seem to indicate that progress in a positive direction has been made.
"As all of you know, our family has been through a lot this last year. I'm happy and proud to say that we are doing really well, and that Dean and I are working very hard to make our relationship and our family better than ever," Spelling announced. "I'm proud of Dean for all of the hard work he's been doing on himself, and I'm excited that he is back to blogging over on The Gourmet Dad! Dean will be blogging about everything from food to family to fitness. He'll even be talking about his sobriety and keeping everyone updated on how he is doing."
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, McDermott announced his return to blogging and stressed again how good the couple and their family were doing at this point in their lives.
"It's been a while since I've blogged here on the Gourmet Dad, and I'm really excited to be back to it! I've spent the last several months working on myself and our family, and I can't wait to get back in the swing of things here on The Gourmet Dad," McDermott wrote. "I'll be blogging about everything from fitness to kid-friendly foods to family. Over the last few months it’s been incredibly important for me to stay healthy, focus on my sobriety and do everything I can to be the best husband and father possible. It's been a difficult year, but I’m happy to say that I'm doing better than ever. And the same goes for our family. We're stronger than ever and I'm excited to share our family's milestones with all of you."
Only time will tell what lies in store for Spelling, McDermott, and their four children.