Valentina Pinault Makes A Point

03/02/2009 at 03:00 PM ET
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Valentina Paloma Pinault points something out — maybe a rabbit or a goat? — while waiting in line at the petting zoo during Sunday’s farmer’s market.

Mom Salma Hayek and her 17-month-old little girl also enjoyed a train ride and some sno-cones before leaving!

Salma, 42, and Valentina’s father, French billionaire François-Henri Pinault were married last month.

Valentina wears Tartine et Chocolat’s Pinafore Dress ($139; currently 50% off/$70).

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Bela on

She is starting to look more like her father.

gianna on

Valentina is so gorgeous and exotic looking. Her complexion, eyes, and hair are just like Salma, but her face shape and nose is like her dad. I see a pretty mix of both parents, although if you see baby pics of salma, valentina favors her a bit more in my opinion.

FC on

I love seeing Valentina. I was starting to miss the nearly weekly or so photos being posted of her. Good to see another recent one of her. 🙂

ErykaWynter on

Valentina is so precious and Salma always looks so glamourous. Check out how nice she looks just to go to a petting zoo!

Jennifer on

Valentina is such a beauty! 🙂

Mia on

Anyone else this Salma is pregnant again?

Mary on

I am so curious where this farmer’s market is, I know it’s in LA but I am not sure which one it is (farmers markets are so popular here!:) I think my son would love this one! Anyone know? Is it the Fairfax one? CBB any help??

CelebBabyLover on

Mia- I suppose it’s possible, but she doesn’t look it to me!

Mary-Helen on

I love Valentina, she is such a precious little girl!

I’m surprised there are no comments about Valentina’s dress. Normally when a celeb baby is wearing an expensive dress, there is a huge uproar about it.

Mariel on

Yeap,,, i think the dress is r-e-a-l-l-y expensive, but when u are a Pinault, nothing can be expensive i guess