Voci e speculazioni hanno avvolto Hilaria e Alec Baldwin mentre aspettano l’arrivo del loro settimo figlio insieme. Dopo che la coppia si è incontrata per caso in un ristorante a New York nel 2011, l’attore e l’allora insegnante di yoga si sono trovati d’accordo e si sono sposati nel 2012, secondo Us Weekly. Con la nascita del loro primo figlio nel 2013, Hilaria e Alec hanno ampliato rapidamente la loro famiglia con un totale di sei figli entro il 2021 (sette inclusa la figlia di Alec dal suo precedente matrimonio, l’Irlanda).
In March 2022, Hilaria and Alec announced that Hilaria was pregnant. But due to the ongoing press coverage of the "Rust" investigation, the optics of Hilaria and Alec's announcement raised suspicions online. In response, Hilaria is now speaking out about the rumors in a surprising way.
Hilaria Baldwin shows evidence disproving the fake baby rumors
After their pregnancy announcement, Hilaria and Alec Baldwin's joyful news quickly became fodder for the rumor mill. BuzzFeed reported that a community on Reddit accused Hilaria of wearing a fake baby bump in photos. But on August 10, Hilaria actually played into the online gossip. In a mirror selfie she posted on her Instagram Story, Hilaria wears a floor-length maternity dress that has her far-along baby bump front and center.
"My friends made a good point about my belly ... It kind of looks fake ... like I ate a ball," Hilaria wrote with a crying-laughing emoji at the end. "I guess the psycho conspiracy theorists online with way too much time on their hands have somewhat of a point here." She then jokingly encouraged people to theorize "what kind of ball it was that [she] ate," including a ball made of chocolate. In a later Story post, Hilaria captured what seemed to be her baby kicking her belly. She wrote over the video, "As an analytic Capricorn, I have to point out a glitch in the chocolate ball theory. It moves."
So ... conspiracy theory disproven? Hilaria has spoken in the past about her experiences with miscarriages, so the couple was clearly serious about getting pregnant. Plus, a gynecologist told Health that pregnant stomachs "come in all different shapes and sizes," so Hilaria's unique belly shape doesn't necessarily mean she's wearing a silicone baby bump placeholder.