This September 2, the BH90210 stars were spotted enjoying some family time with their mini-mes at the Four Seasons resort in Maui. They looked stylish in colorful beach outfits and even got to have some fun on a boat outside of the hotel.
Spelling, 46, and McDermott's kids snorkeled while the actress and actor rested on board.
Spelling showed off her toned body in a plunging yellow swimsuit and purple maxi skirt. Her husband, meanwhile, went for a casual black T-shirt and swim trunks look.
Their children wore colorful swimwear and floats while on board and in the cool waters.
When posing for photos on the boat with their kids, the TV stars were all smiles.
RadarOnline.com readers know Spelling and McDermott’s luxe family outing comes as they continue to battle their nasty money woes.
After learning of Spelling's massive BH90210 paycheck, City National Bank asked a Los Angeles judge to make sure the couple pays up before others gets a cut of her earnings. The actress initially owed the bank $219,796.66 for unpaid bills in 2016, but that figure has ballooned due to about $400,000 due to the daily interest rate.
The bank was awarded a judgment of $202,066 in 2017 but later claimed the actors never paid. A bench warrant was then issued after Spelling failed to appear in court. The warrant was dissolved this April, as the actress agreed to provide documents during a meeting with attorneys.
In Deep Water
At the same time, the strs are in a legal war with American Express Bank. Earlier this year, the bank asked authorities to possess $88,391.25 from Spelling's banking account in order to begin to pay back her credit card bills.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Spelling is making $70,000 per episode for the Beverly Hills, 90210 revival. She is also reportedly getting an additional $15,000 per episode for co-creating the show.
No Money, No Problem!
Though Spelling and McDermott, 52, are still not in the clear, they've continued to live like Hollywood stars.
And for Labor Day, they took the entire crew along for an exciting boat ride. They didn't seem to have a care in the world while enjoying their island adventures.