The proud parents organized a unicorn-themed 9th birthday party for their second-oldest child on Saturday, July 1. Spelling, 44, and McDermott, 50, who married in 2006, welcomed their friends and family to the fun celebration, complete with unicorn-horn headbands.
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In photos obtained by E! News, guests — including Spelling’s 90210 costar Jennie Garth, mother Candy Spelling and brother Randy Spelling — were also treated to face painting, pony rides, piñatas and an elaborately decorated birthday cake.
Stella, whose actual birthday was June 9, celebrated her birth month with all things unicorn. The little girl received a one-of-a-kind unicorn milkshake creation and a large unicorn-themed doughnut cake.
The birthday party was hosted just weeks after the mother of five was ordered to pay $220,ooo to City National Bank in a default judgment.
According to court documents previously obtained by PEOPLE, the couple had been ordered to pay off a default judgment to City National Bank totaling $202,066.10, and Spelling had separately been ordered to pay $17,730.56: a grand total of $219,796.66.
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Spelling and McDermott previously shared with PEOPLE that they have open conversations with their kids about money.
“My husband and I work really hard. I mean, I’m constantly out there working,” she told PEOPLE. “It’s so important for my children to see that both their parents are working, and we talk to them about it.”
Added Spelling, “My kids are like, ‘It’s not fair, why aren’t you home more?’ And I explain [things] to them and we talk about money.”