That family of Baldwins! The six children Alec and Hilaria Baldwin have are the joy of their lives.
The couple tied the knot in June of 2012 in the Big Apple, and the following year they welcomed their first child, a little girl.
The author of The Living Clearly Method tweeted in August 2013 that she and her husband were “overjoyed to announce the birth of our daughter, Carmen Gabriela.” “There is nothing wrong with her.
The “Mom Brain” podcast cohost announced she was pregnant with the couple’s second child before the toddler’s second birthday. Ireland Baldwin was born to the actor and his ex-wife Kim Basinger in 1995.
With her tadasana mountain pose of the day, the fitness expert broke the news. Alec knelt in the sand, cradling Carmen, as the Spanish native posed on the beach with her blouse pulled up.
In the January 2015 Instagram post, the toddler is seen kissing her mother’s bare stomach.
A further five months passed when Rafael joined his brothers, then Leonardo in September 2016 and Romeo in May 2018. The year is 2020, and the arrival of Eduardo occurs five months before the couple had baby number six.
Hilaria Baldwin and her Emmy-winning husband have been open about wanting a fifth child, but they lost two babies in a year’s time.
The co-founder of Yoga Vida wrote on Instagram after the birth of her second child in November 2019 that “we are very lucky with our 4 healthy babies — and we will never lose sight of this.”
I broke the news to Carmen that the pregnancy wasn’t successful, but that we would work hard to provide her with a younger sibling at a later date. The couple announced their upcoming pregnancy in April 2020.
This former yoga teacher has a large family and uses her experience to mediate when they have arguments.
“They do argue, certainly,” Hilaria told Us Weekly in an exclusive interview in March of 2020. We’re a good team, and that’s the only rule I have.
The fact that we make a great team is engraved in Spanish on our wedding bands. At all times, you must avoid physical violence and instead resort to words when resolving disagreements. There is no place for hurtful language.