Candy Spelling joins host Robin Milling to discuss her new memoir, 'Candy At Last,' an insightful look at her life living without her soulmate of 38 years, Aaron Spelling; and reflecting on the beautiful memories they shared together with the rich and famous, while having to move forward. She reveals the role reversal of having to take care of him in the end as he suffered from Alzheimer's.
Candy candidly discusses why her relationship with her TV reality star daughter Tori is constantly tabloid fodder. She tells Robin, 'She's bigger than life and she's my child and sometimes people will have nasty things to say about her. They think they're talking about some notorious reality star and I have to remind them, 'you know that's my little girl you're talking about.'
She also talks about where all the memorabilia has gone to after selling The Manor and what was the most difficult to give up. Through therapy Candy has discovered how to move on, becoming a Broadway show producer plus there's another book in the works featuring her husband's love letters, poems and songs he romantically wrote for her.