Ali Landry Expecting Second Child

04/22/2011 at 03:00 PM ET
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Ali Landry is eating for two.

The Louisiana-bred model, 37, and director hubby Alejandro Monteverde are expecting their second child this fall, a source confirms to PEOPLE.

“They are very happy,” the source says. “And [their 3½-year-old daughter] Estela is ecstatic to have a sibling on the way.”

Landry, who is 3½-months along, wed Monteverde in April 2006.

— Dahvi Shira

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Taylor on

Wow baby boom! This baby is going to be beautiful just like it’s big sister! Congratulations Alejandro, Ali, and Estela!

klutzy_girl on

Congratulations to them!

I literally LOLed when I saw this announcement. I cannot believe the baby boom! This is insane.

Rae on

wow, I didn’t think she would have another one, congrats!

lily on

Wow for a second I thought it said Ali Larter, I was thinking dang already?1 Lol but congrats to her!

guest on

so awesome!! Estela is so pretty and lovely. I think they are the most gorgous family! his movie Bella–bravo! go see it

Blair on

Gorgeous family. Congratulations!

Sheryl on

Lily, I thought the same thing – LOL!

Carey on

Yay, so happy for you Ali! Your daughter is so beautiful!

Amber on

Congrats! A part of me has always rooted for her since Mario Lopez ran the okie-doke on her. Can’t help it- its the scorned woman in me.

Emily on

Haha Lily! I thought the SAME THING!

Congrats to them. They’re daughter is beautiful and I’m sure this one will be too!

Ginny on

Oh my gosh, Lily, I thought it said Ali Larter too! I had exactly the same reaction. Too funny.

Julie on

Congratulations Ali and family!

Kim on

Lily~I thought Ali Larter too and thought the exact same thing! 😀

Jamie on

Lily, you’re not the only one who was thinking Ali Larter. I was like, didn’t she just have her baby 2 or 3 months ago? Well, either way, congratulations to the expectant family!

Maddie on

Lily, I thought it said Ali Larter too! Lol! I was thinking, woah that was fast… Congrats to Ali, Alejandro and Estella. Can’t believe the celeb baby boom, and it’s only really the beginning of the year – i’m sure there will be lots of new announcements to be made as the months roll on

brenda on

Too funny, lily! I thought the same thing as well. Congrats to them all!

kjc on

Looks like most of us jumped to the same conclusion… I also thought I read Ali Larter until I opened up the page. 🙂
Congrats to Ali LANDRY and her family!

rudi on

Is she a Saved by the Bell alumnus? Not very familiar with her other than this site

Serah on

Omg Congrats
Is it me or does her husband look like Soliel Moon Fryes husband Jason Goldberg in this picture?

Olivia on

I hope she doesn’t put bows on the next baby’s head. The bows are getting ridiculous.

Tula on

I agree Olivia. She dressed Estella like a doll. It was uncomfortable to watch.

Tara on

Hey Tula, you could always look away. No one is forcing you to watch. Sheesh!

Tula on

Doesn’t change the fact she did it, whether people look or not. It’s not healthy to shoehorn children, I just hope for Estella’s sake that Ali grows out of treating her like a dolly.

fuzibuni on

Tara, one might say the same about your comment 😉

Indira on

She dresses her daughter in bows and dreses, something that was standard for all little girls up until recently. Doesn’t mean she’s treating her like a dolly just means she’s dressing her like a little girl is traditionally dressed.

Jillian on

She dresses her daughter in bows and dreses, something that was standard for all little girls up until recently.

Standard?? Not really. I have never put bows in my daughters hair. I have nieces and they don’t wear bows either. Bows are not the standards.

mamaoftwo on

In the south, it’s actually pretty common for girls to wear smocked dresses, ruffly socks, cute shoes, and bows on a frequent, if not daily basis. I know some mom who also lives in the south will immediately disagree, but I grew up in Louisiana and wore Feltman and smocked dresses every day, and my girls and most of my relatives kids dress that way several days a week. We let them play in them, we’re just really good at getting stains out! Since Ali is from Louisiana, it may just really be part of her culture, as it is part of mine. I kind of like little girls dressing like little girls…it’s not too long before they have their own opinions anyway!

guest on

Im so glad for them-they make beautiful children!!