Ali Landry has a baby girl

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Former Miss USA and sexy Dorito-eater Ali Landry is a new mom. Last week, Landry and her husband Alejandro Gomez Monteverde welcomed their very first child to the world. Daughter Estela Monteverde weighed in at 8 pounds, 2 ounces, and according to Landry's rep, the new parents are "ecstatically happy." Babies do have a tendency to make people ecstatically happy, don't they?

If you blinked, you may have missed Ali's first marriage to Saved by the Bell hottie Mario Lopez in 2004. After only seven weeks of marriage and rumors of infidelity on the part of Lopez, the marriage was annulled. She and Monteverde, a director, wed in 2006 after an 11 month courtship.

If you are a Landry fan, or perhaps just like looking at beautiful women, check her out in her latest film, Bella. Set for an October release, the film was co- written and produced by her hubby and won the People's Choice Award last year at the Toronto Film Fest.

Congratulations to Ali and Alejandro!
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