Hilaria Baldwin Struggles to Get Family Easter Pic: I Have ‘756 Kids’

Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin Struggles to Take Family Easter Photo With Her and Alec Baldwin's ‘756 Kids’

Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Baldwin, and their children.
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Balance her large brood! Pregnant Hilaria BaldwinIt was difficult to gather her and Alec Baldwin‘s children together in one place while celebrating Easter on Sunday, April 17.

“I didn’t get a family photo today because … welp, yeah … it’s hard with one kid and it’s still hard with 756 kids,” theLiving clearlyAuthor, 38, captioned an Instagram video of Carmen, her 8-year old daughter. “We were all hanging out and laughing at old videos. So instead of a traditional moment, here is a vid we found of Carmen singing ‘la cucaracha.’ It goes with the city critter theme I guess. From NYC: Happy Easter from all of us to you and your family.”

The former yoga instructor went on to tell her followers that Carmen and her siblings — Rafael, 6, Leonardo, 5, Romeo, 3, Eduardo, 18 months, and Lucia, 13 months — “decided that NYC kids must have an Easter squirrel as there aren’t bunnies” in the city.

The Massachusetts native added that “the squirrel left some goodies” for the little ones in the morning.

Alec, a 64 year-old New York University grad, and Alec are currently expecting their seventh baby together, Alec’s eighth. The 30 RockAlum also shares 26 year-old daughter Ireland BaldwinWith his ex-wife Kim Basinger.

The “Mom Brain” podcast cohost announced her pregnancy news last month, writing via Instagram: “After many ups and downs over the past few years, we have an exciting up and a huge surprise: another Baldwinito is coming this fall. We were pretty sure our family was complete, and we’re beyond happy with this surprise.”

The Yoga Vida cocreator noted in March that their children were “super excited,” gushing, “Our new baby is a very bright spot in our lives. It was a blessing and a gift in these uncertain times. I’ve missed you during my break from social media. I’m back and looking forward to continuing with you this wild journey that we call ‘life.’ Our love to you and your loved ones.”

Ireland responded to the news with a lengthy upload on social media one week later.

“I get countless messages from people who are kind of alarmingly obsessed with my father and his family,” the model wrote via Instagram on April 6. “I think a lot of people assume my take on any of this, well here it is for free — it’s none of my business. … I don’t care. I smoke marijuana, I eat healthy food, and I manage my own affairs. I am so grateful and lucky to be where I am.”

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