Tori Spelling and hubby Dean McDermott are getting ready to kick off the fifth season of their reality show -- "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood" -- on Monday, April 5. To celebrate, the couple hosted an afternoon spring soiree in Santa Monica, California last Sunday, where their guests got to enjoy a baby petting zoo (that even included a camel!), flower planting, face painting, and egg decorating. Although the press gathered on the yellow carpet to interview Tori and Dean, it was their two adorable children, Liam, 3, and Stella, 21 months, who ended up stealing the spotlight. Liam looked like a little rock star thanks to his shaggy long locks, sunglasses, and skinny jeans, while Stella proudly donned a pretty sundress, which she accessorized with a mini sequined purse. So cute!
Fortunately, we should be getting to see a lot of the kids on "Home Sweet Hollywood" this season when the family takes a cross-country road trip in a RV with their dogs and their good friends "the Guncles" (the gay uncles, aka Bill Horn and Scout Masterson) to visit their nanny Patsy in Georgia.
The series will also take a closer look into Tori and Dean's relationship, which can be rocky at times to say the least. (Some tabloids were even speculating the couple was headed towards splitsville!) Still, Tori and Dean allowed the cameras to roll and capture every moment of their lives.
"Everything that happens [on the show] is real," says Tori matter-of-factly. "It's organic. It's a real relationship and no relationship is perfect. A relationship is something you have to work at and we work at ours on a daily basis. And I think it's nice that the viewers get to see that we aren't perfect. We have our ups and downs. We hope they'll embrace that side of this relationship."
Don't miss all the fun -- and the drama -- on the season premiere of "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood" this Monday, April 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Oxygen.
And check out this interview with Tori and Dean, where they address the rumors about their marriage, which is still going strong!