Tori Spelling is again shooting down media reports that she's finally divorcing Dean McDermott, calling their strained marriage a work in progress.
One they remain fully committed to as a family, however.
Tori Spelling revealed to Us that while things are far from perfect lately, “We’re definitely committed to being a family. We’re working on things.”
Fans of (or viewers who love train wrecks and couldn't look away from) their reality show watched as the duo dealt with their marital woes.
Dean reportedly cheated with Emily Goodhand last year, and while the mistress' existence has been debated, the fact that he and Tori have issues is obvious.
But by the time the True Tori season finale rolled around, nothing had been decided as to weather they would try to make it, or completely break it.
So far, Tori is still on the trying to make it side of the fence.
“It’s a work in progress,” she said, “but family comes first."
"We’re definitely working on it, and things are better.”
Whether they're staying together for the kids or not, Spelling also admitted that she and her husband are still attending therapy sessions to help with the process.
For these two, you can't have enough psychotherapy.