Over the weekend, the “Beverly Hills, 90210” star was photographed coming out of the white vehicle while carrying a towel and a small teddy bear.
Outside of the RV, the family had made themselves right at home as drying clothes could be seen hanging from the side mirrors and portable chairs sat atop a rug and in a circle.
Additionally, they had set up a cooler, an outdoor stove and a foldable table for their family meals together.
Spelling was photographed wearing a pair of cutoff denim shorts and an oversized black tee as she passed around snacks to her kids at the Ventura County, Calif. camping site. She paired the laidback look with white sunglasses.
At one point, the “Scary Movie 2” actress told her kids — Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6 — after they got a little too close to the cliffside.
Shortly after, a California Parks Deputy approached the mother of five to seemingly talk about her children walking too close to the edge of the cliff.
As the sun began to set and the temperature went down, Spelling threw on a green sweatshirt. The group then watched the sunset over the Pacific Ocean before exploring their new setup.
Despite their circumstances, the group appeared to be in high spirits as they strolled down a rocky path toward the crystal blue waters.
Once they came back from their walk, the former actress changed to put on the matching green sweatpants to her sweatshirt.
The following day, paps snapped photos of Spelling and her eldest daughter, Stella, at a local Walmart to pick up supplies for the family.
Her estranged husband, Dean McDermott — who announced that he was divorcing the actress after 17 years of marriage two months ago — was noticeably absent in the photos.
The photos come after a source claimed Spelling, 50, was “struggling monetarily.”
“The mold situation [at her house] is real, but it has been difficult for her to find a place to stay during it because her financial situation is not great,” an insider told “Entertainment Tonight” Wednesday.
Spelling is “doing her best to make things work and take care of her kids,” according to the source, who noted that she was viewing her trailer park stay “as a mini vacation rather than a living situation.”
Before moving into the RV, the family of six was briefly living in a $100-a-night motel.
The “sTori Telling” author had previously explained that her children were getting sick so frequently because they had been exposed to “extreme” mold in their rental home for months.
“We now know that when the house was labeled a health hazard and not live able [sic] that wording was FACT,” she wrote on Instagram in May.
“We now GET IT! It’s hard to just uproot a huge family especially in midst of all feeling so sick and in bed. But, we now will vacate the home asap.”
The following month, McDermott took to social media to announce he was splitting from Spelling.
“@torispelling and I have decided to go our separate ways, and start a new journey of our own,” the actor, 56, wrote in the post, which he has since deleted.
“We will continue to work together as loving parents and guide and love our children through this difficult time.”
Meanwhile, Tori’s mom, Candy Spelling, has come under fire for her seemingly refusing to help her daughter financially.
However, she told TMZ that she would “of course” bail out her daughter if needed.
“I will always be there for her,” the 77-year-old said.
“I love my daughter, and I support her in whatever she does.”
Additionally, a source told Page Six exclusively that the author did find a home for her daughter and her grandkids but the actress refused it.
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According to the insider, she “wanted to live in a certain place,” adding, “[It] is fine, they should live where they want to live.”
The source continued, “One of the problems is Tori doesn’t speak to anyone on the phone. And Tori is trying to make Candy look like the bad guy.
“[Candy] found her a house, that’s the last I heard.”