Former "Beverly Hills 90210" star Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott hosted a bash to open their new bed & breakfast Chateau La Rue this past weekend.
The couple, whose first child is due later this month, opened the B&B as part of a new reality series for the Oxygen network. The name of their new lodging, which was revealed as part of the opening came from an Oxygen sponsored contest. Twenty-seven-year-old Sarah Riggs of Coto de Caza, Calif., submitted the winning moniker, which was inspired by the name of Spelling's beloved pug dog, Mimi La Rue.
Celebrities Deborah Gibson, Lisa Rinna, Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rutherford turned up for the event which saw Spelling sporting a mini, blue gown.
Located in Temecula, in California's Riverside county, Chateau La Rue was opened using $800,000 culled from Spelling's inheritance from her late father, television producer Aaron Spelling.