Life couldn't be more Bella for Ali Landry right now.
The Doritos pitchwoman turned actress and hubby Alejandro Gomez Monteverde welcomed their first child together Wednesday morning, according to People. Daughter Estela Monteverde weighed in at 8 pounds, 2 ounces.
"Mom and baby are doing great," Landry's rep told the magazine, adding that the proud couple are "ecstatically happy."
"Estela couldn't ask for more wonderful, loving parents," the rep said.
After an eleven-month engagement, Landry and Monteverde tied the knot in Mexico in April 2006.
It was the second trip down the aisle for the winner of the 1996 Miss USA crown. Landry swapped vows with longtime beau Mario Lopez in 2004, but then petitioned for an annulment seemingly moments later (actually, seven weeks) amid rumors that the erstwhile Saved by the Bell star had been unfaithful.
After a series of low-profile, uncredited guest roles, the 33-year-old brunette made a name for herself in 1998 as the sexiest Doritos-snacker around, moving on to choicer prime-time fare such as Felicity and Eve. She also cohosted the 2000 and 2002 Miss USA pageants.
Most recently, Monteverde directed his wife in the indie drama Bella, which he also cowrote and produced.
The romantic tale about two New Yorkers whose worlds collide throughout the course of a day won the People's Choice Award last September at the Toronto Film Festival.