Hilaria Baldwin has wrangled a sixth baby, six months after giving birth to her fifth

A SIXTH BABY for Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, you guys. Here’s the timeline: in September 2020, Hillary Thomas-Baldwin (aka Hilaria) welcomed her fifth child in seven years’ time. The fifth child was a boy, and they named him Eduardo Pao Lucas Baldwin. Edu was the fourth son of the group of five Thomas-Baldwin kids, and Hilaria said some things about “how you say, yo quiero otra chica.” But after Edu, it really did feel like Alec Baldwin was putting the kibosh on having any more kids. Then, in late December, the crazy Hillary/Hilaria stuff happened. Hillary even tried to explain herself in a New York Times interview just before the new year. Over the past two months, even more stories about Hillary’s Spanish lies (mentiras de Espana) have come out, and Hillary attempted another half-assed apology on social media.

So, all told, just shy of six months has passed since Hillary gave birth to Edu. That… is not enough time to recover from your last pregnancy, get pregnant again, gestate a fetus and give birth to a baby big enough to bring home. So, yeah, Hillary either adopted a baby or she arranged for a surrogate or gestational carrier to give birth to a child. She did not birth the baby in her latest Instagram. We don’t know the name yet, but come on. It will have to be a Spanish name to “match” the other kids. Hillary isn’t going to suddenly name this one Brandi Jean. And I do think she wanted another girl. I also think… um, Hillary and Alec are separated. He moved out a few months ago, allegedly because of Covid concerns, but I honestly think they’re taking, how you say, a little break. But hey, what do I know. This is all… a lot. A big mess, if you ask me.

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  1. cassandra says:

    If so I hope he has a prenup, cause that child and spousal support bill will be crazy

    • VS says:

      It won’t matter much if they had one; 6 kids all under the age of 10!!! Jeez……..

      If they every get a divorce (I hope they don’t), there is no way he will get out of there without a hefty bill. Why would he leave her anyway with 6 kids? are they that obsessed with babies?

    • Tom says:

      ProTips to Hillary:
      Young kids need you but teens need you more and want you less.
      Junior year of high school is Mother Nature’s way of helping parents let go.

      • EveV says:

        LOL Tom! I love this!
        Does anyone else think that they made arrangements for this 6th baby just to change the conversation? With their money/connections, they could arrange for an adoption in just a few months.

      • Ann says:

        Amen to that. That is perfect. I had no problems letting my kids go off to college. Honestly, the first semester of my son’s first year was when I felt the happiest I had in ages. Not because I don’t love him and like him, but we needed a break from each other. He thrived too.

      • MagicSlippers says:

        Ohmygosh—TOM—-perfectly said. I agree! My sister in law told me the part about how older kids need you more when mine were very young. I didn’t get it then but do now. So true. And yes, I’ve been telling my friends that middle schoolers act the way they do so we can prepare to let them go 😉

    • Killfanora says:

      And another Spanish name. Meet Lucia.

      • Rose says:

        People saying that her Spanish con didn’t hurt anyone need to read one of the essays written by WOC who are very angry and upset at her con. Have you seen pics of the nannies? They all look Latino. There’s a pic online of the supposed carrier and she looks like a WOC. Does no one think it odd that this wealthy white women hires WOC to bear and care for her children, to birth them, change their diapers, raise them…while she fake-bakes and pretends to be Spanish? It’s disgusting and exploitive.

  2. Jillian says:

    This is just so weird! Hillary and Alec are fully weirding me out at this point, but its a compelling drama and there’s always a new twist!

  3. Ang says:

    No joke. Is this woman mentally ill? Obsessively collecting babies, obsessively exercising, obsessively pretending to be Spanish.

    • Jayna says:

      Obssessive baby collecting, yes. Pretending to be Spanish? She needs to see a psychiatrist for sure.

      But I see no sign she obssessively exercises. She’s fit and healthy.

      • Midge says:

        Fit and healthy? How do you know? Do you know her diet, what she intakes to bounce back? You don’t.

      • Hannah says:

        She broke her hip in her 20s because of her eating and exercise disorder (she wrote about it in her book). People who live near her in the Hamptons have seen her jogging twice a day, at times (according to the DCUM blog). She pumps even though she’s with her baby all day long. Pumping is no fun and I always wondered why she does it, if she’s around her baby all day. I think it’s because she wants time to herself to exercise and get back in shape. Which is fine! But she is rilly rilly rilly into exercising…

      • Aphra says:

        My best friend obsessively exercises. And I see the same characteristics in this woman. She never stops, she puts so much value on her toned body. Plus, to be that thin while having that many (nursing?) children appears to be dangerously unhealthy and I’m not a clinician — but doesn’t it appear to be seriously pathological?

      • Julie says:

        @Jayna I think she’s got something too. I don’t know if her symptoms meet diagnostic criteria and she could just be subclinical (mild presentation or that doesn’t hit all the criteria) but to me it looks like vulnerable narcissism. People are so accustomed to Donald Trump’s version of narcissism which frequently the male version that they forget what it frequently looks like among women. The Spanish thing is self-explanatory…. It’s craving for attention and to be exalted over what she actually is. Considering that she cultivates hot mummy identity, I’m not surprised that she is continuing to collect them as they age. As they attain Independence they become less interesting visually. It becomes harder to present herself as a super mum when the children no longer need her as much.

        I had this discussion on a different forum and somebody suggested that it looks more like borderline personality disorder. The Spanish thing as part of an unstable identity which is a symptom. She pointed out that with BPD, they frequently transfer their fears of abandonment onto their children. so as your children increasingly attain independence you view that as abandonment and it leaves such a gaping hole that you frantically attempt to seal the hole with a new child. I thought that made sense too and I’m reminded that many psychologists view BPD as just vulnerable narcissism especially as they fall in the same group of personality disorders.

        So yeah, just know that a lot of us think there’s something up with her. I should throw in a caveat here for those who can’t help to scolding people about “diagnosing strangers” on a gossip site…..chill, every single one of us is speculating. Just saying what I see.

      • Kate says:

        @Hannah, many people pump because they want to feed their baby breast milk but the baby won’t/can’t nurse. And having bottles allows the dad or other non-milk producing caretakers to help feed the baby. Breast feeding is hard! Most of my friends ended up pumping exclusively because nursing didn’t work for them or their baby.

      • Hannah says:

        @kate she nurses just fine. I’ve followed her for years. She is always nursing. It’s not a situation where baby won’t nurse. I’ve never seen Alec give a bottle.

      • Jaded says:

        @Julie – I totally agree that she’s on the BPD spectrum. I’ve stated similar things on CB but got flamed for it, that I was an “armchair psychiatrist” and how dare I diagnose such things. But my mother, uncle and sister suffered from BPD and growing up in my household was like picking my way through a field of land mines. Self-obsession, projecting, fear of abandonment by spouse or children, body insecurity, eating disorders and a grandiose false self-image or ego were all symptoms, amongst others, that they had, and that Hilary seems to have.

        I’ve done a vast amount of reading on the subject to come to terms with the damage it did to me growing up, I’ve even written a few articles from a “lay person’s” POV, so I know of what I speak. You’ve obviously had some experience with the subject and I appreciate your comments.

      • Ann says:

        I don’t know how much she exercises, but it’s a gray area. My sister runs every day, two to five miles, and has for thirty years at least. Now, after running in the morning, she often does another exercise routine with an on-line program. Stretching, squats, bends, etc. Then, if she can, she will swim a bunch of laps later in the day. I think it’s a little much. She is very thin, a little too thin but not dangerously so I guess. She does it in part for anxiety, and it works. But three bouts of exercise a day is a lot, I think? Not necessary.

      • Mariposa says:

        @Julie and @Jaded – thanks for your thoughtful comments on this. My mother had NPD, and I completely agree that it can present much differently in women. People who have NPD like a ‘role’ (president, mother, whatever) because it provides them with a structure and an image. I think BPD is similar, and Hilaria could be on the spectrum of either.

        My mother had 6 children in 7 years. I fully accept that some parents have a heap of kids because they love raising children and are great at it. But, something in me has always side-eyed Hilaria’s perpetual state of ‘sexy mother of an infant who bounces back into yoga clothes after 3 weeks’. This seems like a role to me, something she depends on. It has always given me a weird feeling in my gut. I lived through someone using their children as props for their socially acceptable ‘role’ – and I think I can sometimes pick up on those vibes in other people.

      • Jess says:

        She obsessively posts weird pics and videos of herself in sexy lingerie hiding in the bathroom and dry humping the air and calls it exercise, I’m not sure she’s fit or healthy. She’s thin sure, but I wouldn’t call her fit by any means, and don’t forget she sets them to music with a Spanish flair! Lol

    • Belle says:

      Unpopular opinion, my belief is she loves having babies, the attention, the feeling, being a mother and doesn’t care about being judged. Working out? Wanting to to be healthy? Not sure that’s mentally ill!

      Not knowing/ liking your identity and pretending to be another is not unheard of or makes you evil. Sometimes, it stems from one thing and spirals and I think that’s what happen to her given the evolution of her life. She probably wanted to be interesting or had an inferior complex issue and it got out of hand. I’ll give her a break because back in the early 2000s, when Brazilian and booty were all the craze, I used to pretend that I was from there to get a reaction. It worked, a little too well actually and one of the guys became my boyfriend. Our relationship wasn’t hinged on me being Brazilian but it did peak his interest given the stigma around it. But I desperately wanted to correct that line. For the entire relationship, I was too embarrassed to come out and be direct and I’m not sure I actually did, I just kind of low key NEVER talked about it and we broke up for different reasons after 2.5 years. Suffice to say, I never did that again.

      She doesn’t strike me as mentally ill though.

      • Annalise says:

        While Hillary/Hillaria is certainly not evil incarnate, I don’t think her fake Spanish persona is as harmless as you might claim. However, I just want to state that I was WAY WAY more offended by the way she dealt with the scandal, than I was of the scandal in the first place. If she had, from the getgo, made the decision to NOT take everyone for an idiot, and NOT put out a series of patronizing, tone deaf tweets (remember “let’s be clear. Spain is in europe and there are plenty of white people in europe.” Oh gee really??? Thanks SO much for sharing that Hee-laria. No one knew that.) I think people would have been MUCH more forgiving. If she had said from the beginning; I’m sorry. Ive always wanted to help women become their best selves and I was afraid i wasn’t interesting enough for people to want to pay attention to my message of health, wellness, etc etc I’ve been in love with all things Spanish for as long as I can remember, and what seemed like a harmless little lie eventually became a bona fide deception and I found myself in over my head and I didn’t know how to correct it and I knew there would be a huge backlash and that scared me and im sorry. I’m sorry that my behavior enabled me to reap the benefits of being “exotic” without any of the struggle. Starting today, im going to donate 50% of the profits from my book or whatever to [enter charity that benefits dreamers or something of the sort] Again, im sorry. I hope you’ll take me back, the REAL me this time.
        Bam!! If she had done and said THAT, I bet people all over the WORLD would have applauded her. Because like you said, embellishing ourselves is something virtually ALL of us have done. It’s actually some very relatable. It was her behavior AFTERWARDS that really got her cancelled.

      • kif says:

        If only it was as simple as that – a pretension that got out of hand. But no, she monetised that and deliberately banked on it. It was deliberate and premeditated on her part. She got TV gigs using that, it was in her official bios. The worse part is her co-opting the struggle of an immigrant (saying how people were asking if she’s the nanny of her blonde children) and using her tanned skin (most likely sprayed) to explain race difference to her daughter. This is mind-boggling manipulative & deceitful – to her own daughter even. All these for clout because she has to maintain or gain more followers as she earns more than Baldwin (according to him) as an “influencer”. Of course, this is not as evil as committing genocide – but it is still evil.
        She even uses her seemingly fit-body to place herself as a victim. Remember the brouhaha with amy schumer? That wasn’t the first time she did that actually, saying people are shaming her for being slim immediately after giving birth. Yeah, right. Slim people are being bullied. If saying she’s evil is too much, then she’s definitely not a good nor decent person.

      • Belle says:

        Thank you for pointing out all the ways she wasn’t LOWKEY about this lie. I think all of your points are legitimate and I agree with the outrage since she COULD HAVE STOP at any time and handle the situation differently. By all accounts, these action puts one’s character into question and good and decent does not come to mind as descriptors looking at the facts. I was hopefully clear that I didn’t think she was evil or mentally ill. I appeciate the responses and it gave me more perspective.

      • iconoclast59 says:

        @Belle, your opinion is certainly generous and charitable. Personally, I think she’s a lunatic.

      • Bre says:

        I saw a video of her yesterday from 2019 where she is speaking at some UN type event and not only did she basically agree that she was half Spanish but she was also there as a “wellness expert”. She teaches yoga, she doesn’t have an advanced degree yet claims to be an expert. So really has a problem lying. This is a short clip from it https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=m3JvlV9RQdU

      • GrnieWnie says:

        Yeah I kind of agree with this. My mother had 8 children. I absolutely believe it was because she liked the attention she got with each child. In a way, I think Hilaria having babies and then snapping back is also part of that. She likes the additional attention she gets from being so fit after having so many kids.

        I always feel a bit weird about ascribing decisions to have kids to women only. Alec is having just as many kids as her. What if he’s the one who likes the attention? But then again, she’s the one who has made it her identity–not him.

        Incidentally, I think my mother has borderline personality disorder. So this drive for attention manifesting in many many babies may indeed be pathological. Which would explain the incessant lies, too.

      • Isabella says:

        I come from a family of eight, too, and we always thought our Mom and Dad (it takes two) were the kind of people who liked puppies better than dogs. They heaped us with affection when we were little and cute–and then the bullying and criticism began.

        They did love us in their way, especially when we became adults and they were no longer responsible for our care. But having another kid always seemed to be their solution for every problem.

    • Sandra says:

      I’ve never heard of anyone having their surrogate impregnated WHILE they themselves were pregnant. If the Baldwins have frozen embryos, then the embryos are perfectly safe for a long time. And they’ll always have the money to hire a surrogate. So why the semi-simultaneous pregnancies? Something is definitely wrong with these two.

      • Vavavoom says:

        I’m wondering if maybe they hired a surrogate because of her miscarriages and the first attempt didn’t take… then they got pregnant, but worried about another miscarriage and kept working with the surrogate. I’m not sure what the contract would be like, or how it works but maybe they were already in the process with the surrogate and H got pregnant, then the surrogate did.
        Did that make sense?

        This doesn’t tackle the strangeness of the timing and the number of children, but they have the means, the love and the want, there are way worse situations that children are being brought into, aren’t there?

      • ItReallyIsYou,NotMe k8 says:

        @ Vavavoom that is what I thought too. I know 2 families with children who are just a few months apart. One because 2 different adoption avenues came through at the same time after years of waiting. In another case, the family had just finalized an adoption when the mother became pregnant. It sounds to me like another avenue came through after the last baby was born.

      • Lory says:

        I think she was so desperate for a girl; they can choose the gender of the embryo with a surrogate.

    • coolspray says:

      “Obsessively collecting babies”? Wow, that’s rude. Maybe they just want a big family.

    • JD says:

      Someone actually follows Ireland, why, she doesn’t do anything interesting.

  4. Amy Bee says:

    I’m assuming Katie Rosman never had a child to ask if Hillary was pregnant late last year when she interviewed her. There’s nothing wrong with Hillary giving her children Spanish names if she just likes them but the whole premise around the naming of her children was based on a lie. I hope she wasn’t telling her children that they were half Spanish.

    • Kebbie says:

      Six months have passed since she gave birth to her last, you don’t have to have had a baby to know that’s not possible. It was just a dumb question, IMO.

      Also, you know Hilaria was absolutely telling them they were Spanish lol

      • ItReallyIsYou,NotMe k8 says:

        Why does the People mag article say that the little one is 2 1/2? Is that an error?

      • Sandra says:

        k8 – she does have a 2 1/2 year old, Romeo, plus her youngest Eduardo, is 6 months old. Well, second youngest now.

  5. Mamasan says:

    I am beginning to think she has an addiction to having young children.
    Some people want big families, but that many children in as many years is a little concerning. She is a very strange bird.

    • BearcatLawyer says:

      Alec Baldwin has said in interviews before that she loves babies, but when they turn three and are no longer as helpless and dependent, she wants another baby.

    • Arpeggi says:

      Yeah… The whole Hilaria thing was kind of funny and dumb but this is scary and I’m starting to feel bad for those kids. Something’s not right

  6. RoyalBlue says:

    she loves being a mother I guess. Duggar syndrome?

    • agnes says:

      Neither Duggar loves to be mother or father, they just spawn as many children as possible to… *insert whatever batshit religious reason here, please*

    • YestuahDae says:

      Hillary has 5 nannies & pumps breastmilk so she can exercise & overshare on IG. Me thinketh
      tis a money making strategy. She earns about 4k a pos!. How you say, “SUCCESSFUL CON”. “Loves being mother”. Uh. Loves the social media attention plus future $ecurity .

    • Ann says:

      They turn out babies and then expect the older kids (girls) to take care of them. It’s so selfish. I like the kids in that family, most of them, but cannot stand the parents.

  7. Jayna says:

    I doubt it was a surrogate pregnancy either. Back in November she said she wasn’t even thinking about another baby at that point with the pandemic and she was tired with so many children, that it would be insane. I can’t remember her exact words. There would have to have been a surrogate already carrying a child then. which I doubt from those comments. Maybe the opportunity to adopt a little baby girl came into their lives unexpectedly or foster child? She always wanted another little girl. Who knows with these two.

    • Lucy2 says:

      Well, she’s also not the most truthful person…

    • Mumzy says:

      Or, perhaps it is *his* child (with another woman). That would also explain his absence from the home. Whatever the case, I hope they get help; their children deserve a stable, healthy, and loving home.

    • Onerous says:

      Adoption agencies would not allow a forced “artificial twinning”. Sometimes it happens that an adoption is underway and the potential parents become pregnant. Of course adoptions are allowed to continue in those cases. But then the adopted child would be older than the biological child.

      Typically surrogacy works the same way.

      This lady was already pregnant and I believe used a surrogate as a “backup” plan. She may have even withheld her pregnancy to skirt the rules.

      • MissMarierose says:

        eh. Money can make those rules go away.
        I mean, what agency in their right mind would allow Woody freaking Allen to adopt two children after he abused Dylan??
        And yet, he and Soon-Yi have adopted two girls…

    • lucky says:

      There are couples waiting for YEARS to adopt a child. There is no way this falls into someone’s lap?

      • Ange says:

        It’s not as weird as you think. Calista Flockhart got her son when a woman on the street stopped her and asked her to adopt her baby. I mean, if you were looking to give your child to someone and you could give it to people well off enough to give it a decent head start in life I think a lot of people would take up that offer.

    • samipup says:

      I wonder if she got this baby without Alec’s knowledge and agreement before New Baby came to them……….. or if we will see new Insta that says….oohhh she is not ours, I NEVER *meant* that when I posted?

  8. Amy Too says:

    So she and her surrogate had overlapping pregnancies? Why? Why would you do that? Why would you be a couple months pregnant and then ALSO start a pregnancy with a surrogate?

    Is it possible that she somehow ran out and quickly adopted a baby when all the Hillaria isn’t Spanish stuff was going on… because babies seem to be her coping mechanism. Can an adoption even go through that quickly?

    • Who ARE these people? says:

      Not usually, no.

    • Desert Lizard says:

      Sadly, if you have money you can adopt a baby quickly and quietly. My guess is she put adoption in motion when her “I’m Spanish” lie blew up in her face and she couldn’t fix it easily. She believes this will generate good press and sympathy for her. Not sure that it will do as she expects because it all seems a bit shady, especially with Alec not living with them.

  9. Soupie says:

    This woman is highly suspect. Very opportunistic and narcissistic. How in the world does she think Alec Baldwin is rich enough to keep supporting her and those 6 children? I don’t know what his financial situation is, but to me this is a grift. I would think it even if she weren’t faking her name all these years. All I can think is which children are going to suffer the most from her narcissism.

  10. Tiffany says:

    I totally believe they got a surrogate last spring after she learned she was pregnant with another boy. So does that mean she was storing embryos between pregnancies. I mean, is that something that women who have had successful pregnancy do?

    Alec is the oldest of four boys, there was a chance that was going to happen. Hillary really should have planned accordingly. So maybe she did?

    It would be pretty scary if they were approved for an adoption. And if that kid was actually born in Spain.

    • Amy Bee says:

      Or could it be having two miscarriages before she wanted to make sure her next child was born so she decide to engage a surrogate while pregnant?

    • Lucy2 says:

      Unfortunately I think you are right.
      Which means someday that 6 month old baby is going to grow up to understand that, he wasn’t what they wanted and they just pushed ahead to get a girl, even before he was BORN.

      I hope there is some other explanation, like a private adoption from a family member or friend or something, because YIKES.

    • BearcatLawyer says:

      Since Alec is supposedly Catholic, I question whether he would allow a gestational carrier for his kid. Adoption seems more likely, probably via a private adoption as opposed to using an agency or adopting a child from the foster care system.

      • Sunny says:

        Nicole Kidman is Catholic and used a surrogate.

      • Sandra says:

        I was raised Catholic and am pregnant with a baby via IVF, another thing the Catholic Church is against (well, surrogacy would be IVF too now that I think of it). Just like with any religion, there are super devout orthodox people who are against things like this and follow every single rule the establishment puts out there, and there are those who are raised in the faith but don’t necessarily follow all of this.

  11. Bre says:

    I understand if you are having fertility issues and MUST use a surrogate to have any children but it seems rather privileged to hire a surrogate when you have already birthed 5. You are asking a woman to risk her life not renting a horse stable or something.

    • schlussel says:

      especially when the timeline suggests that Hilaria ‘ordered’ a female foetus to be implanted into the surrogate when she got to 12 weeks of her pregnancy and realised she was expecting yet another boy.

      • Midge says:

        It’s all so gross.

      • Lady Elaine says:

        If she were able to choose which gender embryo wouldn’t she have just done that from the start? She could have chosen to carry Edwina rather than Eduardo last year. Seems like something odd beyond just wanting a girl.

      • schlussel says:

        who knows. Alec went on Conan and said the miscarried pregnancy last year had been IVF, gender-selection, etc, but maybe Eduardo was conceived naturally.

  12. Harper says:

    All I can think of is CHAOS with that many little ones. She must have multiple nannies coming in and out during the week as I can’t imagine any mom who is hands-on would keep adding babies to the pile willingly.

    • Splinter says:

      Not only the chaos, but how much individual attention from the parents these children can possibly have?

      • Jayna says:

        My mother grew up on a farm as the ninth child in a family of ten. I kid you not. She had amazing memories, because she adored all of her siblings. The older boys helped out on the farm. The girls all had their chores. You learned responsibility. It was four kids to a room. She always felt safe and loved and surrounded by sisters and brothers she adored until the day either they died and then she died. There’s still four alive. The tenth child was a sister. They were best friends in life.

        She didn’t get tons of individual attention from her mother in the way she would have in a small family, but she had a very loving relationship with her mother. He father was a stern man, though.

        No, they weren’t Duggars. LOL And, sadly, my mom’s mother died when I was born. She had some older sisters she still turned to for that motherly advice.

      • Isabella says:

        It was tough being an older child in a large family, because our parents expected us to take care of the younger kids, when we were just kids ourselves. It was grow up! Look after your brothers and sisters! Which I enjoyed, much of the time, despite the criticism (“That is not how you put on a diaper! You can’t bathe a child that way.”). I would’ve liked to be outside playing with the other kids, staying after school, doing sports. Having my own childhood.

        We all still love each other, but none of us have large families. Only the younger ones fondly recall being crammed into close quarters with so many people. The lack of privacy (3 to a room) was especially tough. When I recently watched the orphan scenes in Queen’s Gambit, I thought, wow, they all had their own beds. They didn’t have to cook and clean and change diapers.

        My mother was the baby in a family of nine. She loved being part of a big family. But some of the older siblings felt like unpaid labor, felt like they never had a childhood, The girls, especially, since most child-caring takes place inside the house. Some married to escape it.

        In both of these families, mine and my mom’s, there was lots of love between the siblings. But it was very difficult. I don’t envy the Baldwin kids, especially if Alec is checking out, as he seems to be doing.

    • YestuahDae says:

      With all her social media overshare time, plus a fitness obsession. YES there is an army of nannies.

    • Fleur says:

      One of my best friends was the oldest child of seven and suffered negative psychological ramifications from basically going through her childhood raising her six siblings, with a mother who couldn’t mentally cope with how many kids she had and the emotional stress of being a stay at home mother to seven . This was in the 90s and early 2000s so it wasn’t 50 years ago, and they all still struggled.

      • Sandra says:

        @Fleur – this happened to my aunt as well. She was the oldest girl in a family of 8 and wasn’t really given a choice but to raise her youngest siblings.

      • Lady Keller says:

        My mother was the seventh of eight kids and had a terrible childhood. She alternated between being raised by sisters who resented yet another child to take care of and being neglected because her mother had no time. Older children are not tiny parents.

      • Steph says:

        My mother is 4 of 13. She’s been raising children pretty much her whole life.

      • Lucky Charm says:

        One of my aunts is the oldest of four. She’s 7 years older than her next sibling, and 14 years older than the youngest, and she basically raised them all. When she went off to college her youngest brother screamed and cried because she left him. After she married my Uncle (who was divorced with a son that lived with him) he asked her if she wanted a baby, and she told him NO, she’d already raised three and was raising another one, so she was good.

  13. minx says:

    They set this baby in motion when they found out she was having a boy last time. Between all the breeding and all her lying, things must be….interesting around their house.

    • Jayna says:

      And yet with all of that, I still believe Alec is happy. He said he was lonely when he met her and wanted a family. Never this big, of course. LOL Not many women could put up with Alec. He does adore her. She definitely wanted another little girl, which I understand that desire. I don’t understand having six kids. Whew! It would wear me out, even with help. Maybe he found a way to make that happen for her. And at this point, he probably figures, what’s one more?

      She does spend a lot of time with Alec. She seems to really run their home efficiently (with her help), but from the photos I’ve seen, it does look like a home, not a house. Who knows? The ones I think will last don’t. I wouldn’t have ever expected these two to last, but I kind of think they will.

      Here’s an idea. That’s not her baby. She’s holding a friend’s baby, but it is her way of announcing her pregnancy? She loves the drama.

    • Jules says:

      I’d love to be a fly on the wall with the conversations between her and Alec

  14. Macheath says:

    LMAO @ Kaisers little Spanish asides.

    Six children under 10 must be incredibly stressful, but hey it’s not my life. 🤷‍♀️

  15. Hannah says:

    Alex comes from a family of 4 boys and 2 girls and Hilaria has expressed admiration for his family size and the love between Alec and his siblings. I think she subconsciously (or consciously) made that number a goal for herself but like many others, I do think she will continue having children. This is legitimately one of the craziest celebrity stories of our time. This woman is constantly making my jaw drop.

  16. Midge says:

    She has some serious mental illness going on and Alec is apparently not as smart as he thinks he is. What an easy mark.

    • Tiffany says:

      I totally think he doubled down with this woman to show Kim that he can get someone young.

      Yes, I think he is that petty.

      • Veggiepie says:

        Looks to me like his relationship with Kim was really toxic; he was far, far, far more into her than she was into him IMO. He wrote a whole book about custody battles for fathers or something like that after they divorced and it looked it was to peeve her off / express his anger at her.

    • YestuahDae says:

      IMO he’s an hard worker in the business & was too self-involved to see Hillary’s con. Fake spanish, not named “hilaria” SMF. Fake dancer. (she competed in ballroom, not a pro Flamenco dancer from Spain). Barely any yoga training, but a “fitness/wellness expert”.
      Alec even got her on the panel of the UN to speak as an 1/2 Spaniard about the Mediterranean diet- total BS. She was born & reared in Boston- her bro did yr abroad & her parents retired there when Hill was 28. LieDentity all the way.
      Ask her bank account if she’s “mentally ill”!

  17. LillyfromLillooet says:

    Whoa, I am so behind–I didn’t know Alec had moved out.

    I knew a person who had a wife who was gung ho for many children and the house became so unpleasant and chaotic the marriage couldn’t handle it.

    My money is on Alec, at age 62, just wanting some peace and quiet and a chance to sleep through the night.

    • Miranda says:

      Let’s repeat that: 62. 62 YEARS OLD with half a dozen children under the age of 10. That’s not exactly great for the kids, either. And I speak from some experience: my dad was 50 when I was born, and he himself will tell you that it was quite unfair to me. He had his first heart attack when I was 6, and heart surgery when I was 10. I was much, much too young to be forced to worry about such serious health issues, along with the normal effects of aging like deteriorating hearing and loss of energy. In my case, I think my dad did an amazing job (and as a single parent!), but there was only ONE of me. No way does Alec, at 62, have the energy for SIX. That’s grandpa age. He can probably put up with all those kids for a weekend at most before he wants to send them back to their parents…but then he remembers that’s him.

      • Ange says:

        Alec is only 4 years younger than my retired dad. My dad, however, struggles to keep up with his GREAT GRANDKID who is still older than half of Alec’s brood. I couldn’t imagine someone my dad’s age with a gaggle of toddlers and pre-schoolers, hell I’m his youngest kid and I’m 40.

    • YestuahDae says:

      Yeah they have a 10, 000 sq ft mansion but he “moved out” to keep the family safe as he works in NYC.
      Uh. NO.

  18. Justforthot says:

    I think when she found out the last baby was a boy she hired a surrogate behind Alexander’s back to ensure a girl bc you can pick your gender doing ivf

    • Tiffany says:

      But how did she get his sperm?

      There has to be consent in his part somewhere.

      • Justforthot says:

        They probably had embryos banked for future use bc of her 2 miscarriage and they both filled out the paperwork maybe 2-3 years ago and Hillary did it with them thinking that he was on board

  19. FHMom says:

    I feel sorry for the older baby in that picture. It all seems so wrong. I wonder how interested she will be in those kids when they get older. It seems like she just loves babies.

    • Tiffany says:

      But babies, God willing, grow up to be toddles, then tweens, then teenagers and then adults.

      It’s still work when they stop being cute little diaper fillers.

    • Desert Lizard says:

      Maybe he did consent. Everything I’ve ever read about them has talked about how he is head over heels for her and believes himself lucky to be with her. He may be willing to allow her as many babies as she wants. I doubt he is involved with them much. He doesn’t strike me as a loving, paternal figure. Of course, he may be very loving with them. I have no idea. I don’t think he is or was a victim in any way.

  20. Miranda says:

    Can we just refer to this baby as Brandi Jean Baldwin anyway? Because it’s kinda hilarious.

  21. Willow says:

    This is very concerning. Whatever the circumstances, I hope everything is okay in those little children’s lives.

  22. BearcatLawyer says:

    Just an FYI, Celebitches…everyone keeps using the term “surrogate [mother]” instead of “gestational carrier.” They are not the same. A surrogate mother donates her egg for IVF and uses her uterus to carry any resulting embryo to term for another woman. A gestational carrier does not donate her egg; her uterus is simply the vessel for an IVF embryo created by the biological parents.

    Given Alec’s Catholic faith, it seems unlikely they would do IVF and use a gestational carrier. But as we have seen with Hilary/Hilaria, anything is possible.

    • Alarmjaguar says:

      Eh, as someone said very articulately above, not all religious people follow every rule of their faith. I’m Catholic and disagree with a lot of the Church’s rules about reproduction — I’ve used birth control and had IVF. And my uber-Catholic dad totally justified my mom using birth control b/c she was Protestant when they were first married.

    • Sandra says:

      Just an FYI, Bearcat, again, I am Catholic and happily did IVF with no reservations about it. My mother is devoutly Catholic and has supported my decision every step of the way. My OBGYN practice is part of what is called the Catholic Health System in my town and THEY are the ones who referred me to my IVF provider. In fact, up until a couple of years ago, they had IVF services in their practice until the IVF doctor moved out of town. In the room where they do transfers, my current practice has different religious symbols to help comfort the mother during the process, including a crucifix. It’s not all black and white.
      Like Alarmjaguar, I’ve also used birth control. Many of my friends who are Catholic have too.
      I also know plenty of practicing Catholics who are divorced.
      Alec himself is divorced.
      I know plenty of people of other faiths who don’t strictly follow what their faiths teach. Please consider not homogenizing religious people as all thinking and living exactly the same way. It’s not reality.

    • Sarah says:

      Thank you! The correct term is gestational carrier. Additionally, embryos are not implanted in an IVF cycle – they are transferred. No guarantee of implantation resulting in a pregnancy.

    • Isabella says:

      I’m glad you explained the difference between the 2 terms, because I didn’t know. Just wanted to point out that the surrogate Mom could carry the embryo for a gay couple, not just for another woman.

  23. Miss Margo says:

    The way you keep writing “how you say” IS KILLING ME LOL

  24. Case says:

    This has to be an adoption and the timing was just a bit more rushed than expected. You don’t purposefully have another child when your youngest is 6 months old!

    • Jess says:

      I keep hoping that’s the case but then I think what adoption agency or birth mother would give a newborn to a family with 5 other young children, including an infant?! I really think this was a surrogate, or gestational carrier as mentioned above.

    • TaraBest says:

      There is a surrogacy agency on Instagram that she follows and they originally posted something along the lines of, “Congrats to H and A on the birth of their daughter by carrier B!”, which Hilaria had liked. The post got updated at some point to take out the reference to “H and A” but the guesses going around are that this is a gestational carrier pregnancy.

      • Kippy74 says:

        Yes! I love this sleuthing. Plus, in the pic they released of new baby girl, she just *looks* like a Baldwin baby, so yeah, not an adoption IMO

  25. smcollins says:

    Her obsession with having babies seems pathological at this point. Coincidentally I was reading about a couple from Georgia (country not state) who have 11 children, all babies born from different surrogates (except the oldest who is actually preschool aged birthed by the mom). And they don’t plan on stopping! Aaaannndd the mom is only 23! That’s an extreme example, I know, but “baby collecting” is a real thing. Tori Spelling & her husband are another example, even though they seem to be truly done. All I can think of is the line from Raising Arizona: “I don’t really need another kid, but Dot says these are gettin’ too big to cuddle.”

  26. Molly says:

    Well, thank goodness these kids will have each other.

  27. Molly says:

    She’s been open about wanting another girl. When she miscarried a girl in the past, she said she promised her daughter she’d give her a sister some day. (Which, eek! Don’t make massive reproductive choices based on the preferences of a five year old.)

    I’m curious why she didn’t just IUI with female sperm. IVF would be guaranteed a girl, but IVF is no joke. You can’t money out of the invasion and side effects of IVF. But with regular, fertile, cycles, drug free IUI with washed sperm would be pretty easy. (Although it’s not guaranteed the gender you want, so maybe they tried that and got Edu.)

    • Bendy Windy says:

      I didn’t promise my daughter any particular gender, but I totally had my fourth child because my 3rd kid asked for a little sister when she was 4YO. I mean, that was the catalyst that made my husband and I start discussions. Her little sister was born 6 days after her 5th birthday.

      Everyone worried that my older daughter would be jealous, but true to her word, she adores having a little sister and we like having four kids.

      I def think Hilaria is crazy, but, I’m just saying I did crazy sh!t, too. 😆

      • molly says:

        I don’t know the circumstances of how that sixth baby came to be, but if it was “we promised Carmen when she was five. Start googling ‘NYC gestational carrier discreet’ NOW”, that’s pretty messed up.

        Based on everything we know of her, it’s plausible that at some point in the future, Edu is going to be talking to her therapist about how his mother literally rented a womb before he was born because he wasn’t what she wanted.

      • Jess says:

        Molly-I keep thinking of poor baby Edu as well. His selfish mother couldn’t even wait until AFTER he was born to go and knock up a carrier with the girl she actually wanted. There’s no doubt it will be a total mind f*ck for him later in life. I don’t understand why she couldn’t just do gender selection for herself. I could *almost* understand this situation if the carrier was pregnant first, since they had two back to back loses it would make more sense, then oops Hilary got pregnant again after the carrier was a few months along, but in this scenario it’s obvious what happened and how sick this woman really is.

    • Sandra says:

      For anyone considering IVF, please know that the side effects are not that bad. Yes, it’s a lot of shots at the beginning. Not sure about the invasive part other than you get a lot of sonograms ahead of time to make sure it works which I think would be the same with IUI. You’re asleep for the egg retrieval, which is a quick process anyway and you don’t feel a thing, and the transfer isn’t different than IUI – it’s a catheter in there for a couple of minutes and you’re done.
      And if you’re with a good practice, they are very much there for you every single step of the way for any anxiety or side effects you are worried about.
      Everyone is different and makes the choice that is best for them. But I don’t want to those reading this who are considering IVF, or who have been advised to do it for medical, financial and timing reasons like I was, reading this and getting scared off.

      • Loolaa says:

        I guess it depends on the person. And the country. My ex and I had 3 IVFs. I just had some local numbing medication and rohypnol for the egg retrievals. (I had so few eggs we had to retrieve them for each try) Two of them were fine, but one was awful as the local numbing agent hadn’t taken on the right side (the right ovary) But the rest of the process with the shots and internal ultrasounds etc was fine actually better than I had hoped for.

  28. Fleur says:

    I saw this headline last night and immediately thought of this site and the article authors calling her a baby collector.

    I have to think this is accurate. I struggle to understand how a woman gets to seven babies without a legit baby obsession, like obsessed with the infant stage.

  29. Jayna says:

    Alec didn’t move out. They live out in the Hamptons. He goes back and forth to NYC filming his game show. Anyway, when he comes back, he has to quarantine in their guest house for several days, he said. He’s the one that mentioned that and said that it’s not fun. How does that get turned into separated?

    • Lemons says:

      Thank you for the clarification, Jayna. It didn’t make much sense to me considering he took the above IG photo for her account. He certainly is lucky to have a separate guest house in case the kids get too rowdy.

  30. teehee says:

    I know the context is Hilaria, but, its strange we consider having more than 3 kids as obsessive. Used to be low count back in the day, not that long ago. Clearly they can afford it, and she seems to have the time as well and help so– okidok?

    I have absolutely no information by which to judge her parenting skills nor what traits she may be unwittingly passing on to them (side eye to her need to lie etc) but I mean whats my judgement gonna do anyhow. There’s also worse people/couples out there feeling entitled to spitting out kids so, compared to that…. this is more harmless. At least she has the means to raise them and seems to enjoy it, so- I bet that feels nice to the kids to be wanted. (there are SO many people having kids and not actually wanting them around!!)

    • Jess says:

      But I don’t think all of them were necessarily “wanted”. I think she wanted another daughter and kept trying for that, clearly she knew Edu was a boy when they implanted the carrier. hopefully she showers him love and affection his entire life because he will know about this one day. Newborns take up a lot of your focus, poor thing is 5 months old and now he’s competing with the elusive girl his mom wanted for years.

    • Lemons says:

      I don’t think the number of kids is that alarming. It’s the age of the kids and the age of the father.

      She literally doesn’t give herself any breaks between pregnancies and went so far as to adopt or use a surrogate to have the last while she was pregnant. It’s weird. But those are her choices.

      I hope the kids keep Alec young. It doesn’t look like it, but it’s what you feel inside that counts.

    • Elizabeth says:

      Population increase negatively affects climate change, and the rich use up resources at a pace far higher than the poor. If someone was concerned about the environment and the health of the planet and marginalized peoples who will suffer the most from catastrophic events, they wouldn’t have 6+ children; we have known this for a long time. Hilaria & 62yo Alejandro are just one couple with 6-7 kids but she isn’t alone. A lot of people simply don’t want to hear it. They prefer to think it’s fine and it’s not going to have the negative impact on others and on the environment that we know it will have.

  31. schlussel says:

    it’s pretty wild to get pregnant with your fifth child, realise you’re expecting a boy at the 12 week scan, and then decide to implant a female embryo into a gestational carrier so you don’t have to wait until you’ve even given birth to get the daughter you actually wanted. not least because you already have a daughter (Carmen), and a step-daughter (Ireland), and three other healthy children.

    it’s even wilder to do all of the above DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC

    • jwoolman says:

      If she was already planning to have a girl eventually, she might have just decided why wait when she knew #5 was a boy. Might also have liked the idea that #5 and 6 would be so close together, like twins. It doesn’t have to mean anything more complicated than that.

  32. Annalise says:

    It IS really weird that she went and got an infant when her (now second) youngest is STILL an infant.
    Personally I think this is an attempt to distract and do damage control

    • Desert Lizard says:

      I think so, too. She thinks that having a new baby, especially two new babies so ridiculously close together, will endear her to us. It won’t. She and Alec are pathetic and selfish.

  33. LaUnicaAngelina says:

    Chica is creating her own telenovela here! What a crazy show.

  34. Andrea says:

    This woman is not well.

  35. Jess says:

    I’ve been obsessing over this! It’s just crazy to me. I think she either knew she was having another boy and went ahead with a surrogate to guarantee her girl, or she was afraid she’d miscarry again and used this baby as a back up. Either way it’s sick and I feel awful for poor Edu, and the rest of her boys actually. She’s been obsessed with giving her daughter a sister for years.

    If you do the math she was about 3 to 5 months pregnant when they implanted the surrogate, so she for sure knew by that point she was carrying a boy. I really don’t think this was an adoption, I know they have money and fame surely an agency wouldn’t give them a baby when they had 5 other young children at home, including an infant.

    • Jayna says:

      LOL. And I guess she lied in that interview last fall about being done. I fell for it.

      And the Baldwin brothers are a mess. I love Alec’s talent and even his podcast. His passion for the arts shines through, never condescending. But his temper is off the charts.

      Daniel Baldwin with his terrible addiction issues.

      Stephen Baldwin a complete nutter for Trump and the far, far right.

      I do love Billy Baldwin, and as he’s gained weight, my God, is he looking more and more like Alec and sounding exactly like him. He’s the sanest and also politically I agree with him. And he puts up with Chyna, who is an absolute Jesus freak on her California Preachin’ YouTube channel. I mean, to the extreme, which he is not. She’s always trying to convert him to her exact beliefs. She comes across extremely neurotic, but likeable. Although, they had a son battle cancer, so have been through the ringer I only watch it when Billy makes an appearance. But when Billy was drinking on a holiday one, he comes across like Alec, controlling. I think that’s why she filed for divorce that one time for like a day and a half.
      So she puts up with him in that respect. Two opposites.

      Other than that, he is committed to long-term marriage, as is Chyna, and he seems very proud of Chyna. They’ve been together 30 years. I think Alec is the same way because of the family they come from, so I don’t expect him to ever leave Hilaria. He’ll just keep working until he drops to keep the coffers full.

  36. Brittney B says:

    My money’s on them trolling us.

    There are seven people in that photo, and her caption says 7… but it doesn’t say the baby is hers.

    Maybe it’s a friend or staff member’s baby and they’re poking at us to show how little they care what we think…? Or maybe this is just wishful thinking on my part. Ugh.

    • Jess says:

      The 7 ❤️‘S could mean 7 children including his older daughter. I’ve been watching her Instagram and she’s posting more pics of the baby, including multiple children sleeping in their floor. I think it’s definitely their daughter.

    • TaraBest says:

      She changed her Insta bio to say she’s the mother to “6 Baldwinitos” now, so I think they’re really saying this baby is theirs.

  37. BB8 Squirrel says:

    So… IVF alum here. I think that these two definitely used a gestational carrier (meaning an embryo from both Hilaria and Alec). However, the embryos had to of been made a LONG time ago. Clinics won’t do egg retrievals if you are pregnant and MOST won’t do one if you are breast feeding (you must be done with it for at least 3 months) or within a year of having a child (at least the ones in New York). It’s just so weird to me that they would hire a GC while pregnant with a baby already!

    And no, I don’t think these two would ever adopt.

  38. Kika says:

    They had the baby girl via alcea surrogacy. You can find the insta post in which they congratulate H and A on the birth of their daughter M.
    So it’s a girl and they’re the parents and Alec has been blocking everyone asking too many questions on insta or insulted them 🤷🏼‍♀️

  39. vertes says:

    Not sure this is the best gene pool to profusely propagate.

    • Jayna says:

      LOL. And I guess she lied in that interview last fall about being done. I fell for it. Not good for the gene pool.

      As far as the Baldwin gene pool:

      I love Alec’s talent and even his podcast. His passion for the arts shines through, never condescending. But his temper is off the charts.

      Daniel Baldwin with his terrible addiction issues.

      Stephen Baldwin a complete nutter for Trump and the far, far right.

      I do love Billy Baldwin, and he is the Baldwin with charm. As he’s gained weight, my God, is he looking more and more like Alec and sounding exactly like him. He’s the sanest and also politically I agree with him. And he puts up with Chyna, who is an absolute Jesus freak on her California Preachin’ YouTube channel. I mean, to the extreme, which he is not. She’s always trying to convert him to her exact beliefs. She comes across extremely neurotic, but likeable. Although, they had a son battle cancer, so have been through the ringer I only watch it when Billy makes an appearance and makes it interesting and/or fun, as her emotionalmeltdowns and over-the-top Jesus preaching on her solo videos is too exhausting. But when Billy was drinking on a holiday one, he comes across like Alec, controlling. I think that’s why she filed for divorce that one time for like a day and a half. Other than that, he is committed to long-term marriage, as is Chyna, and he seems very proud of Chyna. They’ve been together 30 years. I think Alec is the same way because of the family they come from, so I don’t expect him to ever leave Hilaria. He’ll just keep working until he drops to keep the coffers full.

  40. Jess says:

    Well, she just updated her Instagram, it’s their daughter, Lucia! Interesting.

    • Andrea says:

      Sad. Poor kid. Being given, made or adopted by two raging narcissistic people. No nanny or private school can compensate for that home environment.

      • Maria says:

        They have siblings – that actually helps a lot. It’s not like they’re stuck alone with their narcissistic parents.

      • Jess says:

        True, having siblings will help, especially for the boys. I’m sure she’ll be extra close to the girls, but not sure on the boys who kept coming and dared to not be a sister for Carmen.

  41. LizzyM says:

    She posted on IG – it’s a girl, called Lucia.

  42. Leah says:

    I wonder if she’s planning on a reality show, like the one the Duggar’s had/have?

    Anyway, I suppose it’s easy to have that many kids with the resources (nannies, nappies, future college funds) that they have. They can just hand off five of the kids if they want to have some one on one with the sixth.

    That said I’m just happy to be child free with no little mitts clinging to my paycheck.

    • molly says:

      It might have been easy to flit off during The Before Times, but I’ll give her credit for sticking at home during the pandemic. I don’t care how many nannies you have, a house with that many kids has got to be LOUD. I get anxiety thinking about a house full of people. Even if they’re hired to “help”, it’s still constant motion and noise and bodies in your life at all times. I could never.

      • Jayna says:


      • Desert Lizard says:

        Agreed. I’m sure being spread out over 10,000 sq feet of mansion helps and there is a guest house but if I were living there, you could find me in a corner of a closet, crying and rocking.

  43. JEM says:

    Kaiser, this was comedy gold. (Also this woman is NUTS. I’m scared for her children.)

    • Liz version 700 says:

      This really was inspired comedy. But alas I am also pretty worried about her kids.

  44. February-Pisces says:

    She could have used a surrogate for no.5 but told everyone she was pregnant, but then a few months in found out she was also pregnant. So she may have passed off no.5 as one she birthed, and laid low for 6 months to carry out the pregnancy for no6. It’s a mind f*ck, cos why would you have a surrogate or adopt when you already pregnant? So weird.

    • Jayna says:

      The most likely scenario. Hilaria desparately wanted another little girl. She miscarried her little girl, which was heartbreaking. She got pregnant again after the miscarriage. It’s a boy. Alec knew she was going to want to have another baby again, to try for the much-wanted little girl.

      So he said: “Enough. We’re stopping after this baby (Eduardo). We’re not stretching out baby-making years on and on when you want to start trying for a little girl. We will get a gestational carrier and ensure our next baby is a little girl, and we’ll have these two close in time, and, voila! You will have your little girl. Now we can move on past babies, diapers, more pregnancies, more time drawn out, as I’m not getting any younger. I’m in my 60s. No more.”

      That’s how I see it.

  45. Rianic says:

    Isn’t the baby that Denise Richards adopted rumored to be an illegitimate child of Charlie’s? Maybe this baby is similar.

  46. Andrea says:

    Gross. Alec posted a photo of the new baby. Ten minutes later he posted about his podcast. Using one’s infant to promote their business is gross. They’re clearly working overtime to change the narrative … she and he are complete frauds. Stop having children.

  47. Elicia says:

    Is that journalist seriously asking if Hillary was pregnant with this one when she gave birth 6 months ago? Come on now.

    • Desert Lizard says:

      Yes she asked that but I don’t think she though Hillary was pregnant in December. Clearly, she was not. I think the Journalist just wanted to hear what their answer would be.

  48. Lunasf17 says:

    I’m so here for this thread! Ok I think she got pregnant with another boy, once they found at the sex they used an embryo in a gestational carrier to get another girl. These people seem so self obsessed with themselves that I don’t think they would adopt a baby that was unrelated to them. They obviously feel the need to have their genes out in the world. They are so off! I think the marriage is falling apart. There is just no way she is caring for that many kids herself and working out and doing her insta mom thing. You know there is a team of nannies and she just likes the attention. Honestly I try not to judge others reproductive choices but these people need freaking stop.

    • Mimi says:


    • YestuahDae says:

      I did an entire thesis on Gestational Surrogacy. It’s not joke and especially during the financial downturn for the ALREADY financially unstable. Those financially desperate may not negotiate for proper aftercare.
      Point is, GS isn’t for “baby collecting”- this is renting a womb, renting the body parts of actual human beings. Can this remain ethical or moral?

  49. Meg says:

    In an interview on conan back when they had their now 6 month old son, alec talked about hillary doing IVF to have a girl but she miscarried. so i wouldn’t be surprised if they had girl embryos remaining and just hired a surrogate?

    • Juju says:

      Not a fan of surrogacy itself but who hires a surrogate while being pregnant? That’s just insanity.

  50. MaryContrary says:

    That baby looks exactly like all of their other kids. She had a gestational carrier for the GIRL baby she was obsessed with having so that Carmen would have a sister closer in age. She is out of her fricking mind for having so many little babies so close together-and I say this as a mom of 4.

    • Jayna says:

      She i s nutty. But I remember being alarmed about Angelina Jolie as the kids kept coming on. When the twins were born, the oldest,, Maddox was only six years old. That’s six children aged newborns to six years old. I thought to myself, when is she going to stop? She did. Who knows if that was Brad putting his foot down or that was enough for both of them. They had lots of help. The kids turned out fine. Even with Hilaria being fame-hungry and fake Spanish, by all accounts, she’s been called sweet and/or kind by those who knew her over the years. That will help offset Alec’s huge anger problem. If they stop, the kids will be fine — I hope. LOL

      • ennie says:

        in Angelina and Brad’s case… why do you single her out as if she made the children by herself?
        I think they wanted to even out the numbers, Zahara has black cousins originally from Ethiopia as her. MAddox was the only Asian in the family, they probably wanted him not to feel singled out.
        I think it was great that they adopted an older child. The only children too close in age I think are Zahara and Pax, but I’d say that it just happened that they fell win ove with him, lucky boy. I don’t think the adoption of an institutionalized 3 year old was a walk in the park with the other children, but I think they have grown up alright.

  51. Hello Kitty says:

    I don’t know how anyone can defend this one as “normal” she collects babies. she pretends to be Spanish. she is obsessed with yoga and dancing and exercise. she is an attention seeker on social media. She’s married to Alec Baldwin for f*cks sake. She real weird y’all.

  52. Juju says:

    She needs professional psychological intervention. Kids aren’t trophies and you’e not doing anyone a favor by having so many at such a young age. Having babies is not a distraction to make you feel better when you’re going through something. I was once dating a guy who had 13 or 14 siblings, something crazy like that. He had no good words for his parents. The older kids basically have to play parents for the younger ones because two parents just can’t give that many kids the attention they need.

  53. SM says:

    I mean it does go both ways. You share the news on your Instagram – you want people to know. It’s not like she was photographed by paparazzi smuggling a baby out of Spain. They could have predicted that people will have questions where this baby came from, given the baby definitely did not come from her Spanish body. And rightly so, because having two babies only 6 months apart – is extreme and well, most often at the expense of other kids. So now they can’t really act like it’s no one’s business, acting like US secret service breached the security and stole the classified information from Spanish government.

  54. Angel says:

    That woman needs help. Crazy that a surrogate agreed to carry a child for them.

  55. Tiffany says:

    So she went to People Mag for a puff piece and also announced the name.

    It is a girl and her name is Lucia.

  56. Kath says:

    His middle name “Pao” means bread in my language and that makes it really funny for me

  57. L4frimaire says:

    Poor Ireland Baldwin will be doing a lot of babysitting. I love babies but this doesn’t seem right, to have another via surrogate when you’ve just delivered one. It brings up issues with commodification, exploitation and lack of mental screening for both the parents and the surrogates. She obviously had no problems having her own babies and carry pregnancies so this seems so strange.

  58. Julia K says:

    She appears to be a loving mother who likes babies and rich dad can afford to support them so as long as it’s not my dime it’s none of my business.

  59. Jojo says:

    Aww they named the baby Lucia ,a Spanish name, in honor of Hillary’s Spanish heritage LOL

  60. Coffeeisgood says:

    Given Alec’s age I’m surprised he would want this many young kids. I mean I imagine when you’re rich and can afford nannies and night nurses it’s probably a lot different haha

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  62. Appalachian says:

    I think she found out she was having a boy and got the ball rolling to make sure she got a girl the next round. She’s baby sick.

  63. 2048 says:

    That woman needs help.