Kellie Martin and daughter Maggie at BabyLOVE event

09/29/2007 at 11:44 PM ET

Actress Kellie Martin, 31, and her daughter Margaret ‘Maggie’ Heather, 10 months, arrive at the second annual BabyLOVE benefit for the March Of Dimes at the BeverlyHilton Hotel September 29th in Los Angeles, CA.

Many more photos of Kellie and Maggie are available at Getty Images. Click here for Maggie’s People introduction from last fall.


Photos by Startraks; Getty Images.

Miltidresslg_2Maggie is wearing Baby Lulu’s Florentine Paisley Tiered Dress ($52).

Picture_1Maggie wears Pediped shoes in their Giselle style ($30; use code CBB07 for free shipping).

An additional photo below.


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monica on

She looks familiar where did she appeared? Cute baby love her dress!

Sarah’s note: ER, Christy, Life Goes On, The Face on the Milk Carton…if you’re an 80s child, you probably know her!

zaoli on

Very cute. That Maggie is a little hunk of love! Kellie looks tiny holding her, how tall is the dad?

Amy on

Maggie is wearing Baby Lulu’s Florentine Paisley tiered dress (one of my favorites!)

Dana on

She is precious! I love her dress and shoes! I might have to get that for my soon-to-be-niece. (Mine, alas, are too big.)

Colleen on

Such a cutie! I love the smile in the last one.

ricki on

zaoli, according to IMDB, she’s short (5’2″), and her husband looks like he’s at least a foot taller.

Megan on

Love Maggie’s smile. Wow, Kellie looks so different now compared to when she was playing Lucy Knight. I’m so used to seeing her blonde.

Melanie on

That is one of the biggest babies I have ever seen. And she looks like her mama!

Gracie on

That is a big baby.

gianna on

Maggie is cute and chubby

meg on

That baby is so cute and BIG! My baby’s name is Margaret, too- we call her Maggie.

nauty nuts on

Her dress and shoes are so cute..

PinkRoses on

How sweet that Kellie named her little girl after her sister, Heather, who died at only 19 years old from lupus. Having lupus myself, I keep up with Kellie’s work with organizations that educate people about autoimmune disorders. The doctors had no idea what was wrong with Heather, argued over the diagnosis and were not able to agree on a treatment for the (finally) diagnosed systemic lupus erythematosus in time to save Heather’s life. I applaud Kellie for using her time to educate people and for honoring Heather in such a lovely way.