Alec Baldwin's wife flaunts her prominent baby bump in a colourful dress with ample cleavage

Edduin Carvajal
Apr 09, 2018
07:23 P.M.
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Many people say that women look even prettier when they are expecting a baby. Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Baldwin’s wife, proved that allegation right.

She and her husband were present at the red-carpet event of Mean Girls in Broadway on April 8, 2018. Hilaria, 34, didn’t hide her baby bump at all as she knows it makes her look wonderful.

According to Daily Mail, she put on an apricot dress with colorful stripes for the opening of the show based on the 2004 hit film of the same name. Her hair was left loose with a center part that made her face and makeup shine even more.

Alec, on the other hand, wore a very classic outfit as he put on a black suit, white shirt, and no tie.

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This upcoming baby will be the fourth one the couple will welcome. It was revealed that they are expecting a baby boy who will be the brother of Carmen, 4, Rafael, 2, and Leonardo, 1. Those two were not the only famous people at the event.

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Others like Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon, and Busy Phillips were present. Fey, 47, is the show creator and she chose a white blazer minidress that set clear that she still looks as good as always.

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Fallon, 43, also stayed in the classic side of clothing and sported a simple black suit and tie combo. Phillips, 38, put on a pink, slipping blazer over a matching shirt, high-waisted blue jeans, and white shoes that gave her outfit the chic touch it needed.

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The Mean Girls' musical made its world premiere at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. on October 31, 2017, and ended on December 3, 2017. Its previews began at the August Wilson Theatre in NYC on March 12, 2018.

Even though the details of the play have not been revealed yet, the fresh version filled with new faces is expected to attract many people and be as successful as the movie was.

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