Alec Baldwin to Star in TLC Reality Show with Wife Hilaria & Kids

Alec Baldwin to Star in TLC Reality Show with Wife Hilaria & Kids

Only a few of the members of this new reality TV family have received potty training!

The Baldwins, a new TLC series that promises to capture the constant chaos, fun, and joy of Alec Baldwin, 66, and his wife Hilaria, 40, are opening their home to viewers. After humorously assuring followers that the surprise was not about another child, the husband-and-wife team revealed the news in an Instagram video on Tuesday.

“No, definitely not, we’re done with kids,” Hilaria responded in response to her husband’s worried expression. “This has to do with our show.”

After Alec confesses the truth, a succession of clips shows the parents trying to control their seven children.

He welcomes viewers into his home to share in the highs and lows—the good, the bad, the wild, and the crazy. “Our favorite place to be is at home.”

We’re heading on TLC! Alec chuckles after failing to get the kids to yell, “We are the Baldwins,” together. God bless everyone.

After getting married in June 2012, Alec and Hilaria have seven kids together: 19-month-old Ilaria Catalina Irena, 3-year-old María Lucía Victoria, 5-year-old Romeo Alejandro David, 7-year-old Leonardo Ángel Charles, 8-year-old Rafael Thomas, and 10-year-old Carmen Gabriela. The 30 Rock alum and Kim Basinger’s ex-wife, Ireland, 28, are also friends.

The Baldwins’ news breaks weeks after a New Mexico court rejected Alec’s attempt to have the involuntary manslaughter charge against him for the shooting death of cameraman Halyna Hutchins dismissed.

During the filming of the Western, on October 21, 2021, a gun that Baldwin was holding went off, killing Hutchins and wounding Rust director Joel Souza. According to an affidavit, the actor, who was also the film’s producer, had been informed that the gun was “cold,” or that it did not contain live bullets. Baldwin has insisted that he did not squeeze the trigger as well. The actor will go on trial in July on a single criminal offense.

In 2025, the Baldwins are anticipated to arrive.

Hilaria Baldwin insists culture is ‘allowed to be fluid’ less than a year after her heritage scandal

“We need to normalize the fact that we are all unique-our culture, languages, sexual orientations, religions, political beliefs are ALLOWED TO BE FLUID,” she wrote.

Seven months following a social media backlash that questioned Hilaria Baldwin’s Spanish ancestry and her relationship to the country, she now describes herself as “multi” and thinks culture may be “fluid.”

Alec Baldwin’s wife, Baldwin, stated in an Instagram post on Thursday that she has got a chance to talk with family members now that COVID-19 limitations have been lifted.

We discussed our upbringing, languages, and diverse yet very real cultures. We talked about belonging and how some people want to take away other people’s ability to belong,” she wrote, omitting to bring up the controversy that erupted in December 2020 over people on social media questioning her Spanish ancestry and occasionally using a Spanish accent (like when she mispronounced the word “cucumber” on Today), which forced her to later clarify that she was born in Boston.

Baldwin bemoaned labels in her article on Thursday. Baldwin has previously stated that she was raised in both Massachusetts and Spain.

It can be difficult to fit in when you are multifaceted. The mother of six said, “You are always vacillating between trying to be more this and more that. “You feel you have to explain why you are the way you are, trying to fit into a world of labels when there might not be one that perfectly defines you.”

Hilaria went on to elaborate, talking about how she did not fit in.

Because the other parts of you shape and affect all your components, you will never completely fit in. Nothing that is within of you can really survive in a place that is divided. It is more of a sliding dial that merely moves through a spectrum of hues than a light switch that neatly flips on and off,” the author said.

According to the author and social media star, “we all get to curate our individual expressions of our cultures, languages, who we love, what we believe in, how we dress, present ourselves.”

Hilaria used the word “fluid,” claiming that it had cultural significance in her piece.

“We must accept that everyone of us is unique, and that differences in our political, religious, and cultural views, as well as our sexual orientations, are ALLOWED. We are not all the same,” the writer stated.

The author urged readers to “Ebb &flow, in your brilliant fluidity, as your very legitimate you.” She only received a few supportive comments on the post on Instagram.

Baldwin was recognized as Spanish in a 2018 Hola! Magazine cover story, which also mentioned that she and Alec were teaching their children to speak in both of their native tongues. In December 2020, Hola! revised their narrative following the author’s admission that she was born in the United States.

In her late 2020 Instagram clarification video, Hilaria expressed her pride at having grown up in two different cultures.

“I am a white girl, yes. She affirmed, “I’m a white girl. It should be made very apparent that my family is white and that there are a lot of white people in Europe. I am a hybrid of many, many different ethnicities. I was raised in both cultures. That’s really all there is to it.”

In a follow-up post in February 2021, she stated she had been “reflecting” and expressed regret for not providing a more thorough explanation.

“I’ve spent the last month listening, reflecting, and asking myself how I can learn and grow,” she stated. “I have a genuine sense of belonging to both the American and Spanish cultures that my parents instilled in my brother and me. I apologize for not being clearer; I should have been more explicit in how I described myself and my strong ties to two cultures.”

Alec Baldwin’s request to dismiss manslaughter indictment denied by judge in Rust case

The actor is facing one criminal charge in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, with a trial slated for July.

A judge in New Mexico has rejected Alec Baldwin’s attempt to have his case of involuntary manslaughter dismissed in relation to the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the Rust set.

According to the Associated Press, Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer denied each of Baldwin’s attorneys’ requests for the indictment to be dismissed on Friday. This upheld the indictment that charges the actor with one count of involuntary manslaughter. Baldwin is more likely to go on trial this summer because of the ruling.

When contacted by Entertainment Weekly to comment on the ruling, Baldwin’s attorneys, Luke Nikas and Alex Spiro, said, “We look forward to our day in court.”

Kari Morrissey and Jason Lewis, the special prosecutors assigned to the case, did not immediately respond to EW’s request for comment.

During the filming of the Western, on October 21, 2021, a gun that Baldwin was holding went off, killing Hutchins and wounding Rust director Joel Souza. According to an affidavit, the actor, who was also the film’s producer, had been informed that the gun was “cold,” or that it did not contain live bullets. Baldwin has insisted that he did not squeeze the trigger as well.

A grand jury in January indicted Baldwin, 66, following the prosecution’s dismissal of an earlier manslaughter case. His trial is set for July after he entered a not guilty plea.

Hollywood remembers Halyna Hutchins, Rust cinematographer who died after on-set prop gun accident

Friends and colleagues shared memories of working with the promising cinematographer.

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who worked on movies including Archenemy, Darlin’, and Blind fire, passed away on Thursday due to injuries she received on the set of the upcoming Western Rust. Her age was 42.

During the film’s Santa Fe, New Mexico production, actor Alec Baldwin fired a pretend gun at the Bonanza Creek Ranch, injuring director Joel Souza as well as actor Hutchins. While Hutchins passed away from her wounds at the University of New Mexico Hospital after being evacuated there, Souza received medical attention for her injuries.

“There are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother, and deeply admired colleague of ours,” Baldwin said in a statement posted on social media on Friday. I am in contact with her husband and am extending my support to him and his family. I am also completely working with the police inquiry to determine how this tragedy happened. For her husband, their son, and everyone who knew and loved Halyna, my heart is torn.”

Hutchins was raised in a Soviet military outpost in the Arctic Circle after being born in the Ukraine. A master degree in international journalism was later earned by her while she was a student at Kyiv National University. Her experience as an investigative journalist for European documentary productions led her to get involved in feature films, as stated on her website.

Working on Olia Oparina’s 2017 feature film Snowbound marked her first experience as a cinematographer. Hutchins was accepted into the 21st Century Fox DP Lab before the end of 2018, and in 2019 American Cinematographer magazine recognized her as one of its rising talents.


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