Alec Baldwin married Hilaria Thomas on Saturday, sent invites via text message

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin, 54, married his much younger (and mysteriously so) girlfriend, Hilaria Thomas, on Saturday at NYC’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral after a three-month engagement. Here are some photos from outside the church, and Alec totally kept his cool in front of photographers — unlike earlier this month when he allowed his inner rage monster to take over while attacking an NYDN photographer. There was also a little incident last week in which Alec mouthed off and threatened another photog, but while he said some offensive things to the guy, he didn’t completely fly off the handle. So … progress. And at his wedding, Alec seemed to completely behave himself, which might be because he wants to still claim that his yoga instructor woman is a calming influence. Perhaps that’s a bit rude of me to joke about, but I still find it Hilarious (get it?) that Hilaria the yoga instructor would marry such an anger-filled man. Namaste.

Anyway, Alec and Hilaria were very hush hush about their impending nuptuals like nearly any celebrity (or in this case, half-celebrity) couple. The New York Post learned that Alec went a bit overboard by withholding reception details until yesterday and then sending them via text message. Oddly enough, this is Alec’s first marriage in the eyes of the Catholic Church since he and Kim Basinger were married on a Hampton’s beach instead of inside an actual brick-and-mortar church. Here’s a photo of Hilaria arriving at St. Patricks in a grey t-shirt and jean/booty shorts as well as the details from People:

Hilaria Thomas

Only three months after announcing their engagement, Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas have tied the knot.

The 30 Rock star, 54, and yoga instructor, who is at least 25 years his junior, wed on Saturday at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in New York, a friend of the couple’s confirms to PEOPLE.

The bride — who’ll now take Baldwin’s name — wore a silk magnolia trumpet Amsale gown with cap sleeves and a keyhole back neckline accented with crystal buttons.

Amsale also dressed Hilaria’s mother and Baldwin’s daughter Ireland. Baldwin had a tuxedo by Tom Ford.

Friend Matthew Hiltzik tells PEOPLE: “Hilaria Thomas and Alec Baldwin were married this evening at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in New York City with family and friends sharing in the joy of the occasion.”

The Rev. George Deas performed the ceremony, which was conducted in English with readings in Spanish (the bride grew up mostly in Spain), and guests included Baldwin’s costar Tina Fey and his brothers Stephen and Billy Baldwin.

Also attending were Woody Allen and wife Soon Yi, Mariska Hargitay, Robert Kennedy Jr. and Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels.

The reception was set to take place in NYU’s Kimmel Center.

In the days leading up to the nuptials, the bride took to Twitter to share her excitement. “Being a bride is stressful…. ayyyyyyy,” she Tweeted Tuesday.

And it seems the planning went on up until the big day. “If I buy one bride magazine, which should it be?” she Tweeted Wednesday. And on Friday, she thanked the exercise program Physique57 for “making me bride ready, physically and mentally!”

Baldwin, who began dating Thomas last summer, has said that she is “very important” to him.

[From People]

Congrats to Alec and Hilaria! I hope they have a long and healthy marriage, and I hope Alec learns to chill out a little bit. Here’s a photo of Alec’s brother, Stephen, outside the church. He’s the one who tipped off the post about the text message invites. Brothers are good like that.

Stephen Baldwin

Alec Baldwin

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  1. Paloma says:

    That poor, little naive woman.

    • Cherry says:

      I doubt she’s naive and I surely don’t feel sorry for her. She’s walking into this with her eyes wide open, and it’s not like there weren’t any warnings up front. She’s won’t have to work another day in her life and never have to worry about money again. I guess that helped when she was weighing the pros and cons of marrying an agressive douchebag who’s old enough to be her father.

    • bettyrose says:

      I agree. The combo of booty shorts and heels makes her look like a teenager just learning how to dress sexy. But, if the article is right that she’s 25 years his junior, she’s a 30 year old woman who knows a meal ticket when she sees one. I can’t imagine he’ll be an easy guy to runaround on, though. Bet he keeps her on a tight leash.

    • Prim says:

      poor little naive? She’s going to take this sucker for all he has and we’ll see a worse public divorce than the one he had with Kim. Atleast Kim had her own money/career. This woman will get all his money and he will ofcourse make a big spectacle out of everything with his huge temper and need for attention.

      • another nina says:

        All his money? ahahahahah. Eh, no. I’m pretty positive there is a very strict prenup in place, Alec is notoriously cheap. I’m sure she’ll get some business promotion for her yoga instructions – I’m not sure if she is a business owner yet. And perhaps baby will be part of the deal. And since they’ll most likely will have to use some help for it, might be even a baby boy.

  2. lisa2 says:

    I don’t like Alec’s hair. Looks really strange. Like he got a bad haircut just before the wedding. And her in the booty shorts and heels. Not feeling that at all.

    I never get when some celebs go all CIA on their wedding. But I think they already sold the pics because some of the entertainment shows hinted at having exclusive shots inside the wedding. So Monday will tell all.

    she looks so young in that last picture. Like she is playing dress up. She should be scared, Alec is acting like a fool again. And does she really think that will be exclusive to the paps. NO Honey it will not.

  3. Trollontheloose says:

    His hair color resemble a rusty mop. It’s like a strawberry blonde gone really bad. Ugly.

  4. valleymiss says:

    What does Bedhead mean by “younger (and mysteriously so)” in reference to Hilaria? Do we think she’s lying about her age? Or do we think that it’s mysterious that Alec is marrying someone so much younger? (Nothing odd about that, IMO!)

  5. mln76 says:

    LOL @ his CIA tactics… 15 yrs ago he’s no longer a tabloid draw EXCEPT for his colloissal ego. This isn’t the Brangelina wedding.

  6. HappyMom says:

    Baby countdown begins now.

    • bettyrose says:

      Ugh, I hope not. Look, if this is a happy couple and they choose to adopt a slightly older child, more power to them. But it’s not right to have babies in your 50s, even if nature allows it. How many 60 year olds have the energy to care for a toddler? Heck, I’m just shy of 40 and I barely do. (and, also, I doubt the staying power of this union).

      • Jayna says:

        She’s 28. The mother is usually the primary caregiver. So i don’t see a big problem. He won’t be gone as much as younger actors or as an absent workaholic father, like many younger men climbing the coporate ladder, etc.

      • bettyrose says:

        @Jayna – I get that she’s the right age for kids, but even assuming the kid doesn’t suffer from health issues from having an older parent (sperm ages too), he’ll be in his 70s at the high school graduation – and very likely won’t live long enough to share grandchildren with her. There are plenty of older children needing adoptive parents, though, and they can certainly afford to give several of them a good home.

      • Lafairy says:

        @Jayna:

        “The mother is usually the primary caregiver.”

        Well nowadays, after a whole lot of very serious medical studies on men’s fertility, we perfectly know that it is not so much the case as the men’s fertility decrease greatly in time and after 40 this decreasing process take a more dramatic speed (after that age men bare only 11,6 % to father a child within a year and this ratio decrease each year after the 40 mark… getting most men to be unable to birth “naturally” a child after 52)… so at 54 for him, a medical help will be very much needed and the health risks for the future baby are flying really high.

        And all this without even taking in account the fact that when your old inoff to be the grandfather of your future baby you should be reasonable inoff to not birth a future early orphan…

      • Trek Girl says:

        There are plenty of children who had or have two parents who were older, not just one, and many of them wouldn’t change that for any reason. Having two older parents doesn’t automatically mean that the child will miss out on the things one associates with parent/child relationships and activities. It’s not unusual for that type of family to have great relationships, and for the children to be fulfilled and satisfied. I should also point out that it is assumed that because the parents are older, they will die when the children are rather young – early to mid 20′s or younger – and that, too, just isn’t the case in many situations like these. It’s not unusual for children of older parents to have their parents in their lives when they reach their 40′s and 50′s.

      • lafairy says:

        @Trek girl:

        No offense but biology begs to substancially differ from you.

        Of course there are some people who have older parents, but first such cases do not really run the streets and secondly when we talk about “older parents” we talk about people in their 40′s, so not that old afterall since they can still naturally conceive and be there for a significant part of the lives of their children.

        and comparing one’s odds of dying in his 20′s to the same odds amongst way older people besides being a little far fetched is a little delusional: statistics give an overwhelming answer on this matter, the oldest you are the greater the chances are for you to die.

        at 54 the chances to see your child’s 25 birthday are significantly lower than if you had your child at 30.

        So of course when the parents are older they have significantly more chances to die earlier, this is what age is about, the older you get, the closer you are to death (in 99% of the case, the remaining 1% can in no way set a rule)

        We are like any other species submitted to biology: we are set to reproduce in our prime, to provide and protect our children and 54 is not prime anymore and for a very long time… the chances you father a future early orphan are sky rocketing (the future way around is more an exceptional luck)… and all this in the very hypothetical case that you can still conceive and haven’t been already hit by andropause…

      • Trek Girl says:

        @Lafairy: There is a statistical chance of a lot of things happening as one ages and has children, but, as we’ve seen before, it’s not unusual for the children to come out fine. I know there are the prime ages for this and for that, but we shouldn’t write something like having children off just because someone isn’t in their prime. Hilaria is 28, Alec will be able to provide for the child/children, there is plenty of family for support and to have fun with; there really isn’t any need to lament the fate of a child or children who haven’t even been concieved yet. Contrary to popular belief, everything doesn’t fall apart once someone reaches their 50′s and 60′s. Risks for certain things are higher, but their risks – not unavoidable, set in stone laws. Like I said before, there are plenty of children whose parents are older, who got what they needed, were taken care of well, raised well, are level-headed, and whose parents were alive and well, and able to be active grandparents, when they had children of their own. Those children aren’t flukes or exceptions to the rule, and they aren’t going against biology by not having issues that everyone seems to think can’t be avoided if the parent(s) are older. They are children whose parents were older – that’s all. Having children at a higher age than the norm alone does not make someone an irresponsible parent or selfish.

    • lafairy says:

      @Trek girl:
      “Hilaria is 28″
      You know the belief that only the mother is important to conceive a healthy child is very very dated.
      We now have the informations, proved by plenty very serious medical researches that men’s fertility take a dramatical plunge after 44 (you can find it easily on the research boards of universities as such, bristol, McGill,Michigan state, etc.)

      “Contrary to popular belief, everything doesn’t fall apart once someone reaches their 50′s and 60′s.”sure, but it is not as good as it was when one was let’s say 40: that’s ageing!

      As I stated before, biology begs to differ dramatically from your saying: the older you get the higher are the health problems risks, because this is what ageing is about, saying otherwise doesn’t change the fact that ageing is a biological degeneration that ends by death, even is someone is good for 50 there is no chance he is as near as good that when he was 30…that’s the natural way not the one you are desperately try to invent

      and considering the average life expectancy is currently 77,8 years, that alone let you imagine the actual odds to be here at your child university graduation when you had the reckleness to conceive a child at 54.

      and no there is no plenty of these poor childs with really old fathers, statistics are again very eloquent about that: men in western countries father children at the average age of 33, old fathers are a quite rare exception.

      “Having children at a higher age than the norm alone does not make someone an irresponsible parent or selfish.”
      I beg to stongly differ, when you conceive a child that old the only person your are thinking of is you not the poor kid that will have to experience important stages of his life without you, that is not what a good parent is in my book!!

      I don’t know why you are taking that so personally, because if you were a bit rational about it by just checking statistics you would realise how marginal, odd and very reckless these situations are, regarding just the facts and the odds gicen by statitistics.

      • Trek Girl says:

        I didn’t say anything about the mother being the only one that matters when a child is conceived. I understand what you’re saying, but it looks like you don’t fully understand what I’m saying, as evidenced by the fact that you seem to be reacting to comments I never made. I also understand the biology of the matter, even though you seem to think I don’t. I’m not speaking in terms of absolutes, nor am I saying that having older parents is never a problem. What I’m saying is that it’s not the doom and gloom that the commenters above me are expecting it to be. I get that there are statistics – hence my use of words and phrases like “not unusual”, and “many”, not “all” – but I also know that with the technology we have now that allows us to see how an individuals age might affect their future child(ren), and the fact that so many people, for so many years, have had healthy children and good relationships with them at an advanced age, it’s not a death sentence, a guarantee of health problems or being orphaned, or any more of a potential for problems than the other countless situations people can be in when they have children. Just for the record, I didn’t take anything personally, and everything I said was reasonable, whether you agree with it or not.

      • lafairy says:

        I understand your point, that havinG older parents is not the doom that we can imagine.

        But you didn’t understand mine: after a certain age you just CAN’T have children you went throuhout menopause or andropause, meaning the fertlity days are behind you.
        Before birth control when we were talking about older parents it was people in their 40′s, not as old as we think now, and forcing biology (with all the medical helps we can have today in this department) to be a father at an advanced aged, or at the age when you would make more sense as a grandfather is besides being insane and reckless, totally selfish and immature.

        and those kids suffer a lot, it is hard to have old parents: I have had an ex-boyfriend who has an “older dad” (he had him at 46) and it was really hard for him, he was greatly ashamed by his dad, never invited other kids at home and for the last 8 years his dad has medical issues that put a lot of stress on my ex-, and no one should live that at 25!

        and his dad had him at just 46! So yes we can sugar coat and say great to everything but fact is there is a time to have children if you want your children to have a life on their own!

      • Trek Girl says:

        Oy vey – I understand what you’re saying; I have from the beginning. I said what I wanted to say, and my point was clear. End of discussion – moving on.

  7. Jackie O says:

    a yoga teacher in booty shorts and heels…

    i like my teachers to be the mother earth type, living the yogi lifestyle. she seems more of a real housewives type.

  8. Jayna says:

    She isn’t lying. People slay me. In this day and age it’s not possible to keep a lie up about age. In interviews she acts definitely 28 and looks younger than her photos. She seems to love the spotlight a little too much. They won’t last.
    I give them five years.

    • Jackie O says:

      my guess is 5-7 years, because she is young and a baby is probably part of the deal.

    • Lafairy says:

      @Jayna: I am turning 25 next month and there is no way this woman is in the same age bracket than me, she is more a well preserved 37/38 years (even in videos), my aunt and her girlfriends are fit and sexy women around 40 and she looks more like them than my own girlfriends (I have friends who are pushing 30 and they look way more freshier and younger than her)

    • Emily says:

      Yep. I’m 35 and I look younger than her, but that’s a combination of genes, staying out of the sun (it burnnnssss us precious), and not wear so much makeup it looks like it was applied with a spatula. She might also smoke, though that would be surprising in a yoga instructor.

      If she wore less makeup, didn’t dye her hair black (or is that a wig?), and wore different glasses, Hilaria would probably appear much younger.

      • kityafey says:

        I thought she was wearing a wig too. She is a pretty girl. This girl knows what she is getting into.

        When did Alec lose all that weight? Is he wearing Spanx?

        Is Alec still thinking of running for Mayor? I always thought this engagement was a political one. He needs the wife to look good in the eyes of the voters. I know that is not true. :) His thought process seems to go that way.

        I think I did this reply thing right but if I screwed it up early apologies. :)

    • Trek Girl says:

      It is possible to keep people guessing about one’s age, actually. This isn’t the best example, but Agness Deyn, a popular model, lied about her age when she started modeling, as she thought it would help her chances of being hired, and only recently confirmed suspicions that she was older than she said.

  9. Joanna says:

    AIN’T NO FOOL LIKE AN OLD FOOL

    THERE’S A SUCKER BORN EVERY MINUTE

    HMM, that’s all i can think of right now.

  10. Ann says:

    He looks like her Dad. Funny how you rarely see a financially well off younger woman marry a much older man. It’s always waitresses, flight attendants, yoga instructors …. She’ll pop out a kid (guaranteed alimony and child support for 18 years), and then divorce him while she’s still young.

  11. bea says:

    I can’t help it, I love Alec Baldwin now (never did before). 30 Rock really gave him a great Phase Two Career. I even enjoy this outbursts (mostly bc I don’t have to deal with them). He’s looking the best he has in years (prob. due to his yoga-teacher-wife and her booty!) It won’t last, but it’ll be fun for him while it does. I have to say – the high heeled shoes with the shorts (at the church) is pretty tacky (no matter where).

  12. Liberty says:

    A couple of colleagues from Spain have been laughing for two months and saying she is “a certain type” and sent out by mama to “whip some sugar into gold” and they give it a baby and some years to secure property in addition to cash. They say it is common and happens to older men and it will be funny to watch him shrink. So I guess, pull up a chair.

    • valleymiss says:

      Yes! It’s an Oksana/Mel type of thing (even down to the bad tempers of the male stars!) Hilaria is a young beautiful nobody who won’t overshadow Alec…and she’s from another country, instructed by mom to get her claws into some rich old guy. I totally agree.

      • Liberty says:

        Obviously gold diggers can be found in any country, but yes. The point my colleagues made was that women from her area/background are considered to be businesslike and determined about their hustles, demure outside, throwing down the drama after the wedding to acquire their rewards. They said he will be treated to screaming drama, fits, threats if he doesn’t add to her accounts in a timely manner, bolstered by spells of religion/mother as she works the guilt if he gets reluctant or she doesnt get whatever was promised (career, property, fame). And they say she will start tucking it away overseas almost immediately. Who knows, but they have been laughing and saying, just watch her work it.

      • another nina says:

        I dare to suggest that in this case Hilaria’s met her match ;) firstly, prenup will take care of money and secondly, Alec can run circles around pretty much everyone in terms of screaming and hysterics. Plus he is not a bad actor, so he would go all drama on her. I hope they get their own townhouse in the city ’cause bet it will be a very loud marriage …

  13. original lucy says:

    I wish bedhead had included pictures of Alec’s daughter Ireland…she is really pretty (why wouldn’t she be) and really tall…I’s sure she will be modeling soon…by the way, I am going to change my “original lucy” name…way too many lucys on celebitchy…hope that won’t be a problem…

  14. Carolyn says:

    It’s an investment.. she can break and tame him with a few exercise holds..

  15. MrsBPitt says:

    This dude always looks like he is about to go off…even on his wedding day!

  16. PHD in Gossip says:

    Glossed over by everyone is the fact that Alec was cheating on Hilaria with his “stalker”. Some stalker. She was his side piece who went nuts when he announced his engagement .

    • lisa2 says:

      I’m so glad you brought that up. I have always believed that Alec slept with her. And it seems the engagement/marriage happened very quickly. He had Hilaria all over on any and every RC…Carrying her up the steps at Cannes. And that woman may be nuts, but I kind of believed her. Not sure if they had a long term thing, but yes I do believe they were intimate.

  17. Dhavy says:

    I get that famous people shouldn’t bitch about the paps stalking you all the time but if people think he’s not famous enough and they just follow him to get an angry reaction out of him than that’s just wrong IMO. This is a wedding and its not like he went all Whoredashian and announced every detail of it. I like to see wedding pics like any normal woman but after the event when everything is done and I don’t care to know every detail of how every freaking flower was set like some brides love to do. I get you’re excited about your day but I don’t really care how it came about. Regular people crave more attention than some celebrities do on their wedding but I think this is an event that should be kept private if the couple choses to keep private. BTW, I would be PO if my brother leaked information meant to be private

  18. lucy2 says:

    He’s been looking good with the weight loss, but the hair…what happened there?

    I know he’s been complaining about paparazzi and the Today show (I think) camping out outside his home. That would upset me too, but freaking out isn’t going to make that any better, only draw more attention.

    Good luck to them, it does seem like a big age difference, and though I love him on 30 Rock, I don’t imagine he’s great to live with. Hopefully it works out for them and this isn’t some young gold digger situation.

    • lisa2 says:

      I agree with Dhavy even if you are a celeb you have the right to walk down a street or have dinner or vacations without being stalked.

      that flare up with the pap just made things worst for him. Yes they are not out to get a reaction; an anger shot. That is what is going to sell regarding Alec, and he kind of brought that on himself. He is engaging them. Making pictures of him now worth more money. There are other celebs that generate big money and you don’t see them screaming and yelling. They don’t like the attention, but if you lose it then that is like blood in the water. Now they are egging him on. Alec needs to handle this differently. Because now when you see reports on this there is actually a backlash of sorts against him. Not the paps. People are saying he is out of control. This just plays into his past, and gives them an excuse to go back to what happened with he and Kim and the phone message to his daughter. That was all but forgotten. People were buying the Alec of 30 Rock and those commercials. Now they are talking about something else. Not good.

  19. LittleDeadGirl says:

    Gross. Well I guess they are both getting what they want. He get’s a hot yoga instructor and she get’s to marry into the Baldwin family. I get having a little fun but jesus there’s no dignity left.

  20. JRenee says:

    What the what with his hair? Expect baby within 14 months…Billy Joel/ Katie Joel version 2. But maybe she has helped calm him, I mean at his age, how long do you continue to rage?

  21. The Original Denise says:

    Won’t last, but who cares? I am baffled as to why Hollywood people insist on getting married, they probably just love the dress up and show aspect of it. Whatever.

  22. Prim says:

    Now will he just shut up and stop shoving her down our throats, but then complaining about lack of privacy?

  23. aud says:

    Haha I love Stephen. He’s hilarious. Of course he leaked it, did you see him on the mole years ago?

  24. NYC_girl says:

    He might be a jerk in real life, but I really enjoyed him in “To Rome With Love.” Don’t hate me.

    Here is their wedding announcement from the NY Times:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/01/fashion/weddings/hilaria-thomas-alec-baldwin-weddings.html?_r=1&ref=weddings

    • another nina says:

      He is not lying about his cards. My friend got it, it’s a constant joke between us. Every time he harasses someone, we remind her that it could have been her, but then again, every time we are drooling over expensive piece of jewelery, we are suggesting to call “you know whom”. (the latter part is unlikely though – Alec’s biggest sin is that he is very Very cheap…)
      Now, where were other Baldwins – just two brothers were present? what’s wrong with others – had their phones off?
      Oh, and I attended a wedding in St Patrick’s just last Saturday – I think the best part of the ceremony is when crowds of tourists greet newlyweds at the exit of the church – so touching…
      And I don’t think he is that horrible in real life…He is definitely a screamer but there are many screamers in that business. My dearest Jon Stewart is a completely psychotic boss from what I’ve heard but I still love him to death.

      • NYC_girl says:

        Ha!! Those cards!! He’s in a shitty industry, and I’d get pissed if paps were up in my face too. I love John Stewart but I think I love Stephen Colbert more. I wish I married him!! Dating in NYC stinks… LOL

      • another nina says:

        Oh Colbert is so…!!! I just have no words to describe his awesomeness! But I have troubles considered being date #465 – he had gazillions of girls in – was it Chicago where he was in improv? Jon, on the other side, is aging in dog’s years, per his own expression ;) I saw him once in Tribeca’s supermarket, and literary almost screamed, he looked that horrible. I don’t love him any less because of it, I’m just worried about him…
        And don’t even get me started about dating in NYC. Ugh.

  25. the original bellaluna says:

    Good luck, honey.

  26. ezra says:

    Oh she’s not naive. I smell another Mel Gibson idiot/Oksana skank thingy coming. Big mistake stupid Alec Baldwin.

  27. Trish says:

    so cliche…older man, married younger fitness instructor…. his hair dye job…his weight loss proclamation…screams mid life crisis… he’s such an angry man and I hope she calms him down …maybe she will be just what he needs to grow up and own his bad behaviour.

  28. junegorilla says:

    Hopefully the new wife will end up in a better place after the divorce than Kim did with Mr. Baldwin coaxing her towards the edge of a cliff. How come these liberal douchebags get away with racial slurs, tirades and verbal abuse and Mel Gibson is an outcast.

    • Trek Girl says:

      They don’t always get away with saying racial slurs or having outbursts, but I think Alec Baldwin doesn’t get as harsh of a backlash as Mel Gibson because Alec can be self-deprecating and isn’t afraid to be silly, as well as other reasons. He still deals with backlash for the voicemail he left his daughter, by the way. He also, to my knowledge, hasn’t blamed Jews or any religions or members of religions for all wars or things like that. Mel Gibson’s views on Jews are a big reason why he is an outcast, as well as the various recordings of him yelling at his girlfriend. There were so many things that happened with Mel in relatively quick succession, and that’s hard for a lot of people to stomach and continue to accept. It also doesn’t seem like Mel is passed whatever caused those outbursts, and when the person who explodes doesn’t seem like they’ve dealt to some extent with the issues that led to the explosion, they’re not going to be accepted back into the fold for a while.

  29. TG says:

    I love Alec but this golddigger will have her baby and within 3 years she will file for divorce when she can no longer tolerate him and she will have her money for life. Do these men ever learn? I just hope he can have a better relationship with their child unlike that brat Ireland and her crazy mom.

  30. Joanna says:

    does anyone else think she has some kind of makeup on her body? her skin looks too perfect and the tone is a little off imo.

  31. Sabrine says:

    It will probably last around five years, and one or two kids later. Hilaria’s future is secured. When she first met Baldwin, she said she thought about the age difference. Fast forward five or so years from now and see if she’s thinking about it then. If she makes a conscious decision to stay like Catherine Zeta-Jones has, then it will last.

  32. Bec says:

    Woody Allen and Soon Yi were at their wedding? Eeeeeewwwwwww!

  33. crtb says:

    This marriage doesn’t have a chance in h3ll! He is amost twice het age (54/28) He has known her less than a year. She will pop out a baby in 14 months, if she isn’t already pregnant, to guarantee 18 years of child support.
    5 years are you kidding?? I give it 2 years tops!!! Then you will see Alec’s rage like you have never seen it before. Because he is head over heels in love with this chick. And she was the lucky girl who was in the right place at the right time when he was ready to fall in love.

  34. skuddles says:

    Alex Baldwin reminds me a lot of one of my ex’s… handsome, sexy, deep voice, charming and personable AT TIMES – but a nasty temper brewing just below the surface. I didn’t leave him as much as I ran for my life. NOT a nice guy.

  35. Adrien says:

    Her name is Hilaria. That is all.

  36. Deb says:

    I’ve seen pictures of them together at red carpet events – and she appears to enjoy the limelight. I think she’s marrying him not just for the money, but he’s an entree into what she perceives to be a glamorous lifestyle.

    • crtb says:

      Really? Every picture I’ve seen of her, she is just standing there like a statue with no affect. She seems like she has little or no personality at all. No sense of humor. Just young with a great body. Nothing else to offer. With him twice her age what on earth do they have to talk about?

  37. kitty bye says:

    I thought the hair was octo_m :0

  38. crazycatlady says:

    Yeah, his hair colorist went a couple shades too far into the reds.

    I like Alec. I think he’s very funny, attractive… Sure, he seems like he can be a dick at times. That whole message to his daughter thing was dicky, but we all do dicky things now and then. I try to imagine having paparazzi stalking me and getting up in my face every time I went out into the world, and I can totally see why people like him get fed up and go off.

    More power to him scoring a young hottie. Any wagers on how long it will last? I’m giving them 3 years.

  39. Gigohead says:

    I hate Alec. I say they will divorce before three years also. NO one can live with those bipolar rages of his.