Ali Landry Pregnant With Third Child

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Ali Landry attends the 2012 New York Baby Show at Pier 92 on May 19, 2012 -- Getty Premium

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Ali Landry attends the 2012 New York Baby Show at Pier 92 on May 19, 2012 -- Getty Premium

There's another bundle of joy on the way for Ali Landry!

The actress/model shared the happy news via Twitter on Wednesday and revealed the baby's gender.

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"So happy to share with all of you the news of our new baby boy on the way," she wrote. "We are beyond thrilled and so blessed. #love #baby #family"

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The 39-year-old beauty also thanked fans for their support after she shared her baby announcement.

"All of you have been so sweet with your well wishes," she Tweeted. "I truly appreciate your support and the love I am feeling through your tweets. You made my day and I thank you for that! God bless!"

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The soon-to-arrive little boy will be Ali's third child with husband Alejandro Monteverde.

The couple - who tied the knot in 2006 -- are already parents to son Marcelo Alejandro, 17 months, and daughter Estela Ines, 5.

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