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Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld Light up the Empire State Building (Photos)

Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld atop the Empire State Building

On his classic show, Jerry Seinfeld and his friends were notorious for their self-centered ways. (In the series finale, they even ended up in jail for standing around while a man was being mugged.) Fortunately, in Jerry’s case, life definitely does not imitate art. He and wife Jessica are devoted to helping families in need through Jessica’s charity, Baby Buggy.

The charity, which works with organizations in six cities to distribute new and gently used baby items to thousands of families, also offers social service assistance to help parents (many of them single moms) become more self-sufficient.  To commemorate Baby Buggy’s 10th anniversary this year, the Empire State Building was lit in the charity’s signature colors of blue and green last night – with the Seinfelds as guests of honor.

Check out the photos from the lighting ceremony!nggallery id=’116831′

  • A model couple 1 of 5
    A model couple
    Jerry and Jessica took home a miniature replica of the NYC landmark
  • An anniversary to remember 2 of 5
    An anniversary to remember
    The observation deck of the Empire State Building has been featured in movies including "Sleepless in Seattle" and "An Affair to Remember."
  • It looks bigger from the outside 3 of 5
    It looks bigger from the outside
    The model in the building's lobby was lit in Baby Buggy colors too.
  • The merry couple 4 of 5
    The merry couple
    Jessica shone, too, in a classic gray dress and pink pumps
  • A tree-mendous honor 5 of 5
    A tree-mendous honor
    Jessica's charity has donated more than 5 million items since 2011, including 2.5 million diapers and 6,300 cribs

[Photos: PR Photos]

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