Alec Baldwin and Hilaria take four of their six children for a walk
The Baldwin brood go for a walk! Alec, 63, and wife Hilaria, 37, have their hands full as they step out for a stroll with four of their six children in New York City
- Alec, 63, and Hilaria, 37, share SIX children together: Carmen, seven, Rafael, five, Leonardo, four, Romeo Alejandro, two, Eduardo Pau Lucas, seven months, and newborn Lucia, welcomed via a surrogate this year
- On Wednesday, the Baldwin brood were pictured with four of their six children, not including daughter Carmen and their baby girl Lucia, in New York City
- The family certainly had their hands full with their little ones, though they appeared to be accompanied by a crew of nannies and staff
The Baldwin brood were out in almost full force in New York on Thursday, as Alec Baldwin and his wife Hillary ‘Hilaria’ Thomas Baldwin took four of their six children for a stroll in the city.
Alec, 63, and Hilaria, 37, certainly had their hands full with their little ones, though they appeared to be accompanied by a crew of nannies and staff.
The group included sons Rafael, five, Leonardo, four, and Romeo Alejandro David, two, who was safely sat on his daddy’s shoulders.
Meanwhile, mother-of-six Hilaria kept one of her two newborn babies close to her, which appeared to be seven-month-old son Eduardo Pau Lucas, who she welcomed in September.
The former yoga-instructor also welcomed a daughter, Lucia, via a surrogate this year, who was not pictured on the outing. Also not present with the group was their seven-year-old daughter Carmen Gabriela Baldwin, who was born in 2013.
The Baldwin brood go for a walk! Alec, 63, and wife Hilaria, 37, have their hands full as they step out for a stroll with four of their six children in New York City, (L-R: Alejandro David, two, Rafael, five, Leonardo, four, seven-month-old son Eduardo, and Romeo Alejandro David, two)
While the couple have kept details of their daughter Lucia’s birth very much under wraps, Hilaria has hinted that they did not rely on sperm or egg donors for Lucia’s conception when she described the little girl and her brother Eduardo, six months, as being ‘almost like twins’ in an Instagram post.
‘María Lucía Victoria and Eduardo Pau Lucas: our babies who bring light into our lives—almost like twins, we love you so much,’ she wrote in the caption while sharing an image of the siblings lying alongside one another.
It is not known exactly when Lucia was born or conceived, though it is likely that the surrogate got pregnant in mid-2020, after Hilaria had announced that she was pregnant with her fifth child Eduardo. At the time, the couple already had one girl, seven-year-old Carmen, as well as three other boys, Rafael, five, Leonardo, four, and Romeo, two.
On daddy’s shoulders: Alec, 63, was pictured with son Alejandro David, two, resting upon him as he strolled around the city
In her Instagram post, Hilaria did not offer up any more information about the surrogacy, though she did pay tribute to the ‘angels’ who helped to bring her newborn baby into the world.
‘Our hearts are filled with so much gratitude,’ Hilaria wrote.
She also shared some insight into why the family chose to welcome another newborn just six months after the yoga guru gave birth to fifth child Eduardo, revealing that her children ‘craved’ a little sister, particularly after she miscarried her unborn daughter four months into her pregnancy at the end of 2019.
‘The Baldwinitos craved so much to have a little sister,’ she went on, using a Spanish suffix to indicate her children, or the ‘little Baldwins.’
‘Many of you may remember the loss of their sister at 4 months in the end of 2019. There isn’t a day that goes by where we don’t ache for our daughter,’ she went on.
Safety precautions: The family were all pictured wearing masks as they took safety measures seriously against the spread of COVID-19, and Rafael, five, was seen holding his mummy’s hand, as she carried seven-month-old son Eduardo
‘When I found out our baby had died, I told our children that their sister was going to come, just not at that time. Nothing will ever replace her, but two wonderful souls have come into our lives, and we are humbled to know them.’
The wellness expert looked a bit tired when she stepped out for her walk on Thursday, no doubt a result of juggling six young children.
Hilaria opened up about her family’s newest additions on her Instagram Stories on Friday, sharing some of the difficulties that come with caring for two infants.
Bundles of joy: The Baldwin family were out in full force with nearly all of their six children for a city stroll, though not pictured with the group was their seven-year-old daughter Carmen Gabriela Baldwin, who was born in 2013, and baby daughter Lucia who was born via a surrogate this year
‘Having two small babies is so fun and cute. There are also challenges,’ she wrote. ‘Like Lucia just had an explosion and I have Eduardo rolling around…so I’m just gonna lay here, covered in poop, entertaining. Edu…until I get a genius idea how to get out of this [poop] situation.’
The mom followed up the candid post with a picture of herself lying in bed with Lucia in her arms and Eduardo sleeping on a pillow between her bare legs. She let her viewers know it was a victory by playing Queen’s We Are the Champions.
Hilaria had candidly documented her miscarriage — her second that year — on Instagram, even snapping a photo at her D&C at the doctor’s office.
‘Our children were brave during our time of tremendous grief — braver than us…and they held out hope. To experience and accept life’s ups and downs is challenging, but a reality that all of us have no choice but to receive and process,’ she wrote today.
Almost all together! The group included Rafael, five, Leonardo, four, and Romeo Alejandro David, two, who was safely sat on his daddy’s shoulders, and seven-month-old son Eduardo strapped to his mother Hilaria
‘I have learned that often our children are wiser than we are and their wisdom has guided us.
‘Our rainbow baby, Edu, is such a blessing — we are overwhelmed by how fortunate we are to have him. We are living each day, bonding, and grateful for all of the very special angels who helped bring Lucía into the world.’
She concluded: ‘María Lucía Victoria and Eduardo Pau Lucas: our babies who bring light into our lives — almost like twins, we love you so much.’
Information: Hilaria recently shared some more information about the arrival of daughter Lucia and hinted that she and Alec did not use sperm and egg donors, describing the baby girl and her brother Edu (seen) as ‘almost like twins’
Surprise! Hilaria shocked fans this year by revealing that she and Alec had already welcomed a sixth child nearly six months after baby Eduardo was born
While Hilaria only referred to the ‘angels’ who helped bring Lucía into the world, a source has confirmed to DailyMail.com that she and Alec used a surrogate.
The identity of the surrogate is not known, and a spokesperson for the couple declined to comment on the details of Lucía’s conception and birth.
Surrogacy in the US can cost upwards of $100,000, depending on the options used by the parents and their surrogate
Hilaria has only made a return to regularly posting on social media in recent months.
The influencer, whose given name is Hillary Hayward-Thomas, had come under fire for faking her Spanish heritage, including lying about where she was born and putting on a made-up accent for years.
Returning to Instagram, she has kept the comments turned off on her posts, but finally said ‘sorry’ for the saga on February 5, six weeks after a Twitter thread about her faux European background went viral.
Hilaria stopped short of confessing she had misled people about her Spanish roots, and instead doubled down on her previous claims that she was raised ‘with two cultures, American and Spanish’ and that she feels ‘a true sense of belonging to both.’
Family: Lucía, which means ‘light’ in Spanish, has five older siblings, all of whom have Spanish-inspired names: Eduardo, Romeo, Leonardo, Rafael, and Carmen
‘I’ve spent the last month listening, reflecting, and asking myself how I can learn and grow,’ she wrote.
‘My parents raised my brother and me with two cultures, American and Spanish, and I feel a true sense of belonging to both. The way I’ve spoken about myself and my deep connection to two cultures could have been better explained — I should have been more clear and I’m sorry.
‘I’m proud of the way I was raised, and we’re raising our children to share the same love and respect for both.
‘Being vulnerable and pushing ourselves to learn and grow is what we’ve built our community on, and I hope to get back to the supportive and kind environment we’ve built together,’ she said.
At the end of December, it emerged that Hilaria — who in the past claimed to have grown up in Majorca and spoke with a Spanish accent — actually spent her childhood in Beacon Hill, Boston, and went by Hillary.
It started with a single tweet on December 21 which read: ‘You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to her decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person’.
The woman then continued to post videos and proof of how Hilaria’s accent has changed over the years.
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