May 03, 2020
Alec Baldwin's wife, Hilaria Baldwin, paid tribute to the daughter she lost in November on what would have been her due date.
It was a sad day in November 2019 when Alec Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, lost their four-month-old pregnancy.
Months later, People has reported that the fitness instructor and "Mom Brain" podcast co-host took to Instagram to pay tribute to her lost daughter on what would have been her due date. Along with a clip of flowers blowing in the wind, the 36-year-old wrote in the caption:
"I have been afraid of this day to come — but it is here and I will be brave. You were so loved and you always will be."
The mother-of-four, who is currently expecting another child with Alec added that she often thought of the baby she had loved and lost.
Even though the news hurt her, [Hilaria Baldwin] saw the experience as an opportunity to let other women who have gone through the same experience know that they are not alone.
Amidst the well-wishes that were pouring in from her followers, People recalled that the loss of that pregnancy was Hilaria's second miscarriage within a seven-month span, following the pregnancy loss she suffered in April 2019.
The author revealed that she and her family were feeling downcast and "not okay" after they got wind of the information.
She, however, promised Carmen that she would "try really hard" to make a younger sibling happen soon. As regards her first miscarriage, People recounted that Hilaria had suffered a miscarriage which led her to undergo a dilation & curettage surgery.
The unborn baby had shown no signs of a heartbeat following an ultrasound tech's observation that the baby had a slower-than-normal heart rate the previous week.
Even though the news hurt her, the fitness instructor saw the experience as an opportunity to let other women who have gone through the same experience know that they are not alone.
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