Actress Tori Spelling has previously admitted to undergoing a rhinoplasty and breast augmentation.
And the 46-year-old claims her changing looks over the years have meant her children failed to recognise her in an episode of 90210.
Speaking to the 2DayFM’s Breakfast Show with Grant, Ed & Ash on Tuesday, Tori said her eldest were unable to point her while watching the classic show.
‘They didn’t know it was me!’ Actress Tori Spelling says her five kids struggled to recognise her on classic 90210 because of her changing looks
‘The first time I showed my oldest kids was probably four or five years ago and they’re 11 and 12 now and they couldn’t find me in it,’ Tori told the radio trio.
‘They didn’t recognise me.’
‘Okay where’s Mummy?’ she said, adding, ‘there’s Jennie, there’s Ian, and I’m like, ”and mum…” and they’re like ”nope!”‘
Tori added: ‘my daughter is here, and she said it’s because I had different colour hair.’
In 2000, the actress told People magazine: ‘I admit to having a nose job, but that’s all … I lost my baby fat, and people said I had work done.’
‘My daughter said it’s because I had different colour hair’: Tori said her children didn;t recognise her from the 90s series Pictured: Tori and Dean with their children – Liam, 12, Stella, 11, Hattie, seven, Finn, six and Beau, two
Beverly Hills, 90210 originally ran from 1990 to 2000, producing 293 episodes over 10 seasons.
It spawned the highly successful spin-off Melrose Place and in 2018 the CW debuted its own five-season revival.
Last February, it was announced that the show will have a reboot called, BH90210.
It’s coming back to our TV screens! Last February, it was announced that the show will have a reboot called, BH90210
In May, fans got their first taste of the show’s highly-anticipated revival.
Fox dropped the first promo for the reboot last month, the same time it announced the show’s August premiere date.
In the clip, the core ensemble reunite for a table read, backed by the sounds of Lenny Kravitz’s It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over.
It looked like a joyous family reunion as stars Gabrielle Carteris, Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, Brian Austin Green, Jason Priestley, Tori Spelling, and Ian Ziering took selfies, hugged and caught up.
Unfortunately it was also bittersweet for the cast, who were not joined by late castmate Luke Perry. The Riverdale actor passed away in March after suffering a severe stroke.
During the table read: Unfortunately it was also bittersweet for the cast, who were not joined by late castmate Luke Perry. The Riverdale actor passed away in March after suffering a severe stroke