Spotted: Ali Landry and Estela Lend a Helping Hand

11/18/2010 at 08:00 AM ET
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Come and get it!

Hands gloved and at the ready, Ali Landry and daughter Estela Ines help serve up food at Tuesday’s Yum! Brands For World Hunger Relief Food Drive, held at the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank.

Landry, Marissa Jaret Winokur and more collected canned goods to benefit the Burbank Temporary Aid Center before serving a pre-Thanksgiving KFC dinner to about 100 children and staff members of the Boys & Girls Clubs.

Estela, 3, is the only child for the model/actress and husband Alejandro Monteverde.

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JMO on

her little face is quite priceless!!

Mallory on

Ali Landry annoys the crap out of me, but her little girl is absolutely ADORABLE, and I think it’s fantastic that she’s instilling in her a desire to serve others this early on.

ginamac on

I’m not familiar with this celebrity/model, but when I first glanced at the photo, I could have sworn it was the ET host, Samantha Harris

Brianne on

Being photographed whilst doing charity work, drawing attention to the cause or self promotion? Discuss.

Sarah S. on

I’m not fond of all the bows Estela wears. I heard it was a Southern thing, is this true?

Liane on

I am starting to see this charity everywhere! Larry Birkhead brought Dannielynn to one of their charity events recently and it got me to look into it. It is really an amazing and (in this economy) much needed service! Kudos to these celebs for introducing their kids to service and giving at an early age. Maybe some of their peers can learn from them!

Nella on

Estela is a beauty. I love that Ali is teaching her to help others less fortunate. The whole bows deal I think that is southern tradition or maybe she just happens to like them a lot. Anyways, such a nice picture.

Abi on

Love the dress my daughter has it. Got it at H&M for really cheap! Its nice to instill values into your kids at such a young age!

Tee on

Sarah S, the big bows are absolutely a Southern thing! I think they are cute but let’s face, the only places I’ve ever lived are Louisiana and Mississippi!

Brianna- That’s an interesting question. I guess there is no way to know for sure, but my guess is that the charity approached her in the hopes of gathering some public attention and possibly appeal to the public. Just my thoughts!

steph on

Brianne: I’m going to say a bit of both. While getting your face out there doing charity work boosts your personal image, it is also a very valuable thing for the particular cause as well. So in this instance I’m not fussed on the issue 🙂

jessicad on

The bows are definitely a Southern thing, but I just can’t get into the HUGE bows some wear. The medium size works for my daughter!

gdfg on

Sarah S., I agree! I don’t think they’re cute at all, but I guess some people do.

I think kids look much cuter without “decorations” in their hair.

guest on

Estela is stunning- like mom and I can tell how much Ali adores and loves her girl! her father Alejandro is hot & very talented director/writer . Im sure estela wants for nothing and its so good to see Ali teaching her to give others-it will teach life long values. her bows are cool to me.

Sarah M. on

Love the look on Estela’s face! As to the bows, I’m not too fond of them myself. But that’s just my personal preference. I live in Colorado and nannied for a family where the mom was from Texas and moved to Colorado. You could tell every day if mom dressed the little girl or if I did! If she was wearing a dress and had a bow (usually a large one) in her hair mom did. If she was in pants or shorts and had a pony or her hair was down, I probably did!!

simi on

Estela is a beauty, as is her mom. Regardless of why they are volunteering I am just glad that they are. Here in Canada our high school students have to have 40h a year of volunteer work, and I really like that. It teaches them that regardless of how but you think you have it, there is someone else in the world that is hurting more, and living with a lot less then you. Plus I love the fact that Estela is just wearing H&M and no something that cost three times more that the meal they are serving, just cause mommy has the money for it.