February 14, 2021
Ireland Baldwin shared a hilarious video where she mocked fitness experts while wearing a black sports bra and pink short shorts.
Alec Baldwin's daughter Ireland Baldwin showed off her funny side with a hilarious video of herself mocking fitness experts while wearing a black sports bra and pink shorts.
In the video, she took on a serious demeanor and pretended she was a pushy fitness trainer trying to get viewers to sign up for her fitness program.
She wore a black sports bra with white Nike branding in the front and a pair of light pink sweat shorts that had a grey drawstring.
She had her hair tied up with a pink scrunchie. She wore the pink shorts on her waist, so none of her belly showed; however, it showed off her tone thighs. The caption of the video read:
"I don’t know about you, but this is what my YouTube ads look like…"
She posed with one of her legs up, which added to her fitness character's demeanor as she questioned viewers on their workout routines.
Many fans commented that she was a chip off the old block and as funny as her comedic "30 Rock" actor dad. Others thought her impression was spot on.
Ireland is not only funny and an open person, but she is super supportive and caring.
Ireland has previously shared that she struggled with bulimia and eating disorders as a teenager. In August 2020, she shared that she was celebrating 6 years of not having an eating disorder.
She shared the news in a video on her Instagram page. Her cousin, Hailey Baldwin, shared her love in the comment section. In the video, she said:
"Today marks six years that I have been free of anorexia and bulimia and all of my other food compulsion and eating disorders."
In 2018 she first opened up about her struggles with eating disorders. In her Instagram stories, she shared photos of her younger self in a bikini and captioned it "Anorexia Throwback."
She shared how she had struggled and ended her message with a positive mantra telling her fans to love themselves, enjoy their food and create a healthy balance between eating and working out.
Ireland expressed her support for Hilaria in the comment section on Instagram and wrote that it was pathetic that people wanted to "play detective" and dig up her life. She also praised her for being a good mother and wife.
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