Tori Spelling resurfaced over the weekend for the first time since she made headlines for suffering a burn on her forearm at Benihana earlier this month. The "Beverly Hills 90210" star attended her brother Randy Spelling's book signing for his new self-help guide "Unlimiting You," which she attended with all four of her children.
While hubby Dean McDermott was MIA, Tori happily posed for photos with kids Finn, Liam, Stella and Hattie ... as well as her sometimes-estranged mother Candy Spelling and her brother.
This is the first time we've seen Tori since she fell backwards onto a hot grill at the Japanese restaurant on Easter and burned her arm. According to Dean, his wife had to get skin grafts following the incident.
It's also been a while since we've seen Tori's brother -- and wow, has he changed a lot recently.
While the former actor used to be a bit of a wild child, he's now a clean-cut self-help guru who lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and two daughters.
"My life is really different from how I grew up. It's definitely more quiet and more simple," he said in an interview with "Oprah's Where Are They Now?" in 2014.
He added that his father leaving him and Tori only a small fraction of his billion-dollar fortune helped shape who he is now.
"Would it have been nice to have been left a whole lot of money? Yes," he added. "Things happen the way they need to, and my life right now might look very different if I had $10 million sitting in the bank. So, I had to get my wings burned a little bit and fall to learn how to just live rather normally."
At the time, he admitted that he didn't see his sister as much as he should.
"Tori and I have an interesting relationship. It's one of love that isn't always as close as I would like it to be. [But] she's really busy," he said. "She has a lot of stuff going on, and she's managing four children and a career and a husband. We stay in touch how we can, what works for us."