April 14, 2020
A few days after announcing that she was pregnant, mother of four, Hilaria Baldwin shared a cute picture of her growing baby bump with fans, on Instagram story.
Last week, Hilaria surprised many of her fans with the announcement that she and her husband, Alec Baldwin, were expecting a fifth child. Days after, she shared a sweet picture of herself cradling her growing baby bump.
In the picture, which the mother of four shared on her Instagram story, she wore a long white nightgown, with her right hand placed lovingly on the bump.
On the proud mom's left hand was her phone, with which she took the selfie. The back of the phone was covered with pictures of Hilaria's four kids, a number that would hopefully increase to five in the coming months.
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin are parents to a daughter, Carmen Gabriella, who is six and a half years old, and three sons, Romeo Alejandro David, Leonardo Angel Charles, and Rafael Thomas, aged 2, 3, and 4, respectively.
The actor also has a daughter, Ireland, who he shares with his ex-wife, Kim Bassinger. Ireland, now 23 years old, is a model and actress.
The news of Hilaria's pregnancy is one that would have warmed the hearts of many of her fans, given what she had been through with miscarriages.
The couple is not talking to their children about the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Only five months ago, the wellness and fitness instructor announced that she had suffered a miscarriage, the second one within the space of seven months.
Announcing the pregnancy via a video post showing as she listened to the beating of her baby's heart, the 36-year-old wrote:
"Sound up… I'll let the baby do the talking because I don't have the words to express how this sound makes us feel."
In conclusion, Hilaria said that she wanted to share the news with her fans, adding, "Here we go again." Many of her friends and admirers shared their joy and disbelief at the great news and congratulated Hilaria and her family.
Meanwhile, most parts of the world are still in lockdown, with many families observing quarantine and social distancing measures to help curb the spread of the ravaging novel coronavirus pandemic.
The couple, while on an episode of the "The Howard Stein Show," said that they avoid discussing the pandemic with their children so as not to contaminate their minds with fear.