Tori Spelling and her five kids are now living in a motorhome after their home became infested with black mold.

The “Beverly Hills, 90210” star recently moved her children — Liam, 16, Stella, 15, Hattie, 11, Finn, 10, and Beau, 6 — into to a mobile home on campgrounds in Ventura County, Calif., following their brief stint in a nearby motel.

In photos first obtained by the Daily Mail, the family can be seen sitting outside in a circle of lawn chairs while watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.

The group was fully equipped for the night with a cooler, a stove, a pop-up table and a massive rug to keep down the dust.

Spelling, who wore shorts and a green sweatshirt, passed out some snacks to her kids before hanging some clothes up to dry outside.

Soon after, the actress went inside the sleeper van to start preparing dinner for her kids, who were approached by a California Parks Deputy after they seemingly got too close to the cliffside.

Despite the situation, the kids seemed to be in great spirits as they continued to explore their beachside set up.

At one point in the night, Spelling even joined her kids for a stroll down to the beach as they made their way down a rocky path.

The following day, Spelling was photographed stopping at a nearby Walmart alongside her teenage daughter Stella as they stocked up for the rest of the week.

Once they got back to the RV — where the rest of her children seemingly stayed during the excursion — they drove back to their beachside lot.

Her estranged husband, Dean McDermott — who announced that he was divorcing the actress after 17 years of marriage in June — was noticeably absent from the camping trip.

The 50-year-old has been trying to find a place to stay in recent weeks after moving her family out of their rental home due to the “extreme” mold infestation.

Last month, the mother of five moved her family into a $100-a-night motel in the Los Angeles area.

Yet just a few days later, she and the kids checked out of the no-frills motel to stay with one of her friends.

When asked by a paparazzo why she decided to stay in the motel in the first place, the actress sternly replied, “Are you a parent? You know you would do whatever you can for your kids, right?”

Less than a week later, the actress leaked a series of text messages she allegedly exchanged with a realtor, who she claims “mocked” her family’s housing “crisis.”

In the texts, the relator called Spelling’s situation “amusing,” noting that it was “bizarre” for her to want a 1-month rental.

Spelling posted a screenshot of the interaction to her Instagram Story, slamming the man for lacking “empathy and kindness.”

“My 5 kids are going through Mold poisoning and we need a home and this is how you treat people?” she wrote. “Mocking their situation?”

While it’s unclear when Spelling’s home will be safe enough for her and her children to live in again, the actress first spoke out about the issue in May saying that she and her kids were “so sick” from the infestation.

“Our troubles are next-level with our MOLD problem and the house that’s been slowly killing us for 3 years,” she wrote at the time.

Source: Page Six