Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria Baldwin welcome 7th baby, say 'tiny dream come true'
The new baby girl has been named Ilaria, and her photos were shared by the celebrity couple on Instagram on the 24th of September, Saturday. The baby Ilaria Catalina Irena came into the world on the 22nd of September and weighed slightly over 3 kgs or 6 pounds and 13 ounces.
Alec Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria, said they were excited to introduce her, and this baby is their tiny dream come true. The American yoga instructor and author Hilaria, who shared her photos with the baby just after she was born, was pleased and gave the fans her love for being able to share this wonderful moment with everybody.
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Hilaria, a podcaster, published the photos of Ilaria’s initial days on earth with herself and the other children. The video of the newborn giving a sweet cry on the mother’s chest is just incredible. Hilaria (38) said she and her newborn felt happy and healthy. The names of the other children of the Baldwin family are Carmen (9) and Lucia (1); the two daughters, Rafael (7), Leonardo (6), Romeo (4), and Eduardo (2), are all sons. Ilaria is the third daughter in the family.
Hilaria, who claims she was vegetarian since the age of five, shared a short piece of news where Alec Baldwin asked her to keep her labor screams low as he was on the phone. Immediately Alec realized his mistake and sounded apologetic.FAQs: What is the name of the Yoga studio owned by Hilaria Baldwin?Yoga Vida
What is the name of the wellness book by Hilaria Baldwin?The Living Clearly Method.
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