Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott Celebrate 'New Blended Family' Traditions With His Ex Mary Jo Eustace

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The family is happy they can all spend time together.

Tori Spelling couldn't be happier with her blended family.

The BH90210 star opened up about her new family traditions, which included spending quality time with her husband, Dean McDermott's, ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace. On Friday, Spelling posted a photo of her and Eustace together.

"Something good came out of 2019," Spelling began. "14 years ago I never thought this pic would ever happen. Society tells us ex's [sic] can’t be friends. Society SUCKS! I truly enjoy this new friendship I've formed with my hubby's ex @maryjoeustace. And, tonight we started a new blended family tradition celebrating the holidays ?together."

Spelling also tagged her and McDermott's five children -- Liam, 12, Stella, 11, Hattie, 8, Finn, 7, and Beau, 2, -- as well as McDermott’s and Eustace's 21-year-old son Jack and the Canadian actress' 14-year-old daughter Lola.

McDermott and Eustace got married in 1993 and divorced in 2006, following his affair with Spelling.

In October, Eustace opened up about making amends with her ex and becoming friends with Spelling during an episode of the podcast Daddy Issues With Dean McDermott, Adam Hunter and Nicky Paris. Eustace noted that at Jack's 21st birthday dinner, Spelling really made an effort with a "whole new level of love."

"The first thing she said to me was, 'I'll sit beside you.' And she did. And it was on. It was full game on, three or four hours, we had the most amazing time. We had incredible conversations," Eustace recalled. 

McDermott admitted he was nervous to reunite with his ex-wife, but Eustace was determined to make things right. 

"I had made a decision before I went to the dinner that whatever had happened in the past, we'd moved beyond it, and there was no animosity, and I really just wanted to move on. Dean and Jack were getting on famously. They're getting on really, really great, which I love, so their relationship is super, super strong," she said. "What's the point anymore?... I just want everybody to do super, super well."

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