Hilaria Baldwin describes 6-month-old Edu & newborn Lucia as ‘almost like twins’

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Maybe it’s because I’m an only child and I don’t really care about kids that much, but most kids don’t really care that much about whether or not they have siblings, right? If anything, the stereotype is that the older child didn’t *want* to share his or her parents with a younger sibling. I’m sure there are plenty of stories of someone’s kid who really, really wanted a sibling and I get that it’s a thing too. But I guess my question is more like “how common is that really?” I’m asking because Hillary Baldwin – aka Hilaria de Boston – seems to put a lot of energy into defending her choice to arrange for a surrogate to get pregnant at the same time Hillary was carrying bebecito Eduardo. Hillary’s defense is that her children desperately wanted a baby sister (hermanas solamente!). And… I don’t get it. No comprende. From Hilaria’s latest IG:

Our hearts are filled with so much gratitude. The Baldwinitos craved so much to have a little sister. Many of you may remember the loss of their sister at 4 months in the end of 2019. There isn’t a day that goes by where we don’t ache for our daughter.

When I found out our baby had died, I told our children that their sister was going to come, just not at that time. Nothing will ever replace her, but two wonderful souls have come into our lives, and we are humbled to know them.

Our children were brave during our time of tremendous grief—braver than us…and they held out hope. To experience and accept life’s ups and downs is challenging, but a reality that all of us have no choice but to receive and process. I have learned that often our children are wiser than we are and their wisdom has guided us. Our rainbow baby, Edu, is such a blessing—we are overwhelmed by how fortunate we are to have him. We are living each day, bonding, and grateful for all of the very special angels who helped bring Lucía into the world.

María Lucía Victoria and Eduardo Pau Lucas: our babies who bring light into our lives—almost like twins, we love you so much.

[From Hillary’s IG]

“Our children were brave during our time of tremendous grief—braver than us…and they held out hope.” That is.. a lot to put on very small children. Most kids that age want Playdoh and Legos or some kind of obscure Spanish toys, right? And so they grieved and were brave and held out hope, and Hilaria got pregnant again, and then she found out she was having a boy (el nino). And instead of just shrugging and saying, “es la voluntad de dios” and being happy to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, she literally arranged for a surrogate to carry the second Thomas-Baldwin daughter. Which, let’s be honest, was the child Hilaria alone wanted. Dios mio.

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Hilaria Baldwin at the Guild Hall in East Hampton during the Hamptons International Film Festival

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  1. gemcat says:

    lol…the obscure Spanish toys comment just made my day Kaiser

    • Jane says:

      I know. I loved that!

    • Bernie says:

      Kaiser’s Spanish interjections have me rolling. Love it. Muy divertido.

    • AnnaKist says:

      What a hoot! I’m here for all of it! This woman is so full of shite. The “Baldwinitos”? She’s hanging on for grim death to every last bit of Spanish flavour. She’s either got the hide of an elephant, or she’s totally bothers. Not even a tiny bit of embarrassment?

      • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

        Narcissists don’t feel shame.

        Edu looks like Ireland. Baby is cute.

        ALL the kids deserve better parents than these two.

    • Commonwealthy says:

      Right! Also, es la voluntad de dios. Chef’s kiss. Beso de chef?

  2. Andrew’s Nemesis says:

    Note that her phrasing is akin to a second-language speaker, not an English one… oh, Ee-la-ree-ah, you have to let the delusions go!
    -And kids born six months apart aren’t almost like twins, unless the laws of nature have changed just for you and your ‘Baldwinitos’. Urgh.

    • SarahCS says:

      YES! This is what I came here to post! She’s not giving up on that is she?

      ‘craved so much to have a little sister.’

      • Mac says:

        Siblings aren’t toys you find wrapped up under the Christmas tree.

      • ennie says:

        The kiddos “craving” a little sister was the parents’ doing. They or her probably talked about the girl all day before and after the loss. Way to blame their decisions on the kid.
        I am not blaming her alone, Papá Baldwin shares half the blame. I think laws should be more strict to stop this. At least the ivf clinic should be more ethical.

      • Bre says:

        She took a play out of Ted Cruz’s book. “They were begging for a sister and I just wanted to be a good mom”

      • cdnKitty says:

        I find the emphasis on the kids wanting a sibling, and overcoming grief, over the top and kinda gross. Not kinda – just gross. My kids live in the shadow of their brother who died at 39w, and so while they know about him and wish he was alive, they are not bereft and begging me to have another child. His death is just part of our family story, neither happy or sad, it just is. If those kids are actively grieving a 4 month pregnancy, it’s because it’s been produced in the family narrative. I feel bad for those kids, all of them. At least they’ll be able to afford therapy in the future. Maybe even en espanole?

      • AMA1977 says:

        My daughter (8) has been on an “I want a little sister!” kick for the last little while. She has several friends whose families have welcomed a baby in the last year, which is where I think that’s coming from. She’s our younger one, the older one is 13 (and wants NO PART of this baby scheme.) We are done (SO DONE), and she has been told this in no uncertain terms. We had her because WE wanted another child, not because her brother asked. They love each other and are glad to have each other, which is how I feel about my siblings (middle of 3 here.)

        The whole dynamic is weird, and the abnormal fixation on a girl is also weird to me. I have never understood getting your heart set on one or the other, the goal should be a healthy baby and healthy mom. She may have the stereotypical (i.e. girlie) daughters I imagine she’s hoping for, or she may have a little tomboy who likes trucks and climbing trees. Or her daughters may be a mix, or they may even come to realize that they don’t identify as girls at some point. Her sons, likewise, may be stereotypical boys, or they may gravitate towards artistic pursuits, or may be a mix, etc. Our job as parents is to love them and help them become the best version of who they are meant to be, not to put our baggage and expectations on them from birth.

    • L says:

      hahahahahaha, “baldwinitos” killed me

    • Noki says:

      Yes! I found myself reading it in that manner.

      • elle says:

        Me, too! I read that last line as “almost-a a-like the twins…” But i guess that would have been her pretending to be Italian.

    • YestuahDae says:

      How does a person grow up & go to school exclusively in Boston( w lawyer dad & phd medical mother)—-still manage to sound like Yoda?

    • Original Jenns says:

      Yes – this! She’s still writing with an “accent”. And I truly feel sorry for these two babies. They are going to grow up being treated like twins, except poor little Edu will be the twin no one wanted since the family replaced him with a girl. This whole dynamic is gross and disturbing and I really hope the siblings stick together or having loving nannies to help shape them.

  3. Lightpurple says:

    Que Dios mio!

  4. Monette says:

    These people. My Gawd! Ordering babies to surrogates like I order my socks on Amazon.
    Should I also get one in pink. I shouldn’t. I already have 6 pairs. But I only have one PINK pair!!I need another PINK pair!!
    Loca in la cabesa. That is all.

  5. Jane says:

    I’m seeing need for an intervention , , , like several years ago.

  6. SM says:

    please, there is a vast difference six moths in a life of a newborn make. She needs help. It came to me the other day, that probably her idea of having two kids so close is that she would be able to breastfeed them both, to kind of be sole “source of life”, because she seems to self obsessed. it is like she needs brining in new babies, so she would feel important, loved and dependent on. Those poor children. Have a delusional, self absorbed mother and father with anger management problems.

  7. JennyJenny says:

    She collects babies like I do stray dogs.
    I currently have 7 with only one ethnic name of Emilio.
    Get busy and catch up Baldwins!!

  8. Piratewench says:

    Siblings are a blessing in healthy families, where kids are taught to have caring compassionate relationships. Then it’s a lifelong friend.
    Siblings can be a nightmare in families where they are pitted against each other, or where the parents don’t have their sh*t together and the siblings are vying for limited attention and not taught how to interact with respect.

    It’s all what each family makes of it, I think! This family… wacko. I hope she is truly taking the time to teach her children to respect and love each other. With that many kids, if you aren’t training their characters the whole family is in for a nightmare. And I don’t think Eduardo will feel like he has a “twin”… I think he will put two and two together at some point which is sad.

    • Ann says:

      I am the youngest of four kids. I will say I like having siblings. My brother and second sister like it t0o. We liked each other. Unfortunately, we didn’t get along so well with my oldest sister. I loved her and she had good qualities, but she was very, very difficult. I think siblings are generally a mixed blessing.

      AMA1977, my two kids were on a “let’s have a baby!” kick when they were around 6 and 9. I told my son it might be another little sister, and he backed off quickly. He was OK with having a sister but craved a brother who enjoyed the same things he did, like baseball. I told him it didn’t work that way.

      My daughter who LOVES kids and is very good with them, way better than I was before having my own, held fast to the desire for another one for a while but now admits she is glad we stopped at two. Not that it was every their choice.

  9. BearcatLawyer says:

    Brandi Jean Baldwin is quite cute. And I will forever adore Kaiser’s Spanish asides.

  10. Chaine says:

    These children are her accessories and she wanted another girl because she is bored with being a #boymom.

  11. K says:

    Maybe I’m an everybody apologist, but she and Alec seem happy together and on the same page. They are both problematic, but they seem to really like each other, even through the recent drama, and I think that’s nice.

    • Sequinedheart says:

      He looks tired and haggard all the time and I think he’s secretly fuming that la cucumberita embarrassed him so much.

      • minx says:

        Absolutely. His anger, always simmering at the surface, has been exploding more recently. I think he wanted the hot young wife and a couple of kids, and was happy to indulge her for awhile. But Hillary’s Spanish fiasco had to be mortifying for him. I just don’t believe he knew quite everything about it until more recently. And this baby production line…he may have consented to it but he does look angry and frazzled.

    • indywom says:

      Happy people don’t live on Instagram and Twitter.

      • Jayna says:

        Her twitter and instagram fuels her absolute need for attention. She lives for the attention. But it was also a big part of her brand, as it’s making money for her with paid sponsorships, promotion of her Mombrain podcast with Dr. Oz’s daughter Daphne.

        Now, Alec’s twitter has always been predominantly about his passion in politics. It’s what he studied in his early college days and what his intent was in early life, before acting, was to be involved in politics. Even now he wants to run for something in NY, but never will because of his temperment. God he would be a nightmare as a politician because of his temper.

        But he’s involved in a myriad of ways in politics still. So getting back to his twitter, the majority of his posts are about politics and world affairs and issues like climate control, etc. Probably 10 percent are about other things. It’s also a way to promote his podcast which is mostly about people in the arts, and probably promote some other projects. I consider his twitter no different than someone like Mark Ruffalo, who is also a passionate liberal.

      • Sandra says:

        What indymom said. I don’t trust people who have very curated social media pages of their picture perfect life. Story time about that:
        About five years ago, when I was still in the wedding planning business, I had the bridezilla from hell. It was very clear working with her that her day wasn’t about marrying the love of her life. It was about the image she wanted to project. She wasn’t happy with anything. Her dad just wanted to pay people to say yes to his baby girl no matter how unrealistic her “vision” was. Her parents called after the wedding trying to get money back for what they (She) felt wasn’t perfect. My venue had to get our lawyer involved. But in the end, she had her photos submitted to a well read wedding blog and she talked about how it was the most perfect day when in reality she was never happy with anything. That’s what she was after. Projecting an image.
        So a few years later I decided to see if she was still married. Her instagram looks like a J. Crew catalog. Mostly professional posed photos of her and her two daughters looking very beautiful and sometimes her husband is in the photos.
        I don’t trust at all that she’s actually happy.

    • lucky says:

      Yes, I like your kind sentiment @K, @sequined and @indywom also reminded my the brighter the picture the darker the negative (in photography speak)… a glowing social media existence is not indicative of a happy life.

    • Georgia Lee says:

      Um… No. On our around International Women’s Day, she Instagrammed about it (and her daughters, of course). He Insta-ed about Woody Allen and how, ‘If I saved Barbara Bush from drowning and had to touch her, I’d be accused on sexual harassment.” Then, she wrote how they “go high,” in the face of adversity, while Alec told someone to go fuck themselves.

      They are not on the same page. Their relationship was clearly transactional… as she has said. He doesn’t change diapers. He doesn’t do the dirty stuff. He pays for it all. He very much wanted a baby-oven and a 1950s relationship at this point in his life… and she went for it in exchange for fame, money, and never having to get a job where a brain was required.

  12. Piratewench says:

    PS I just popped over to hilaria’s insta… she has a story where she is describing and showing her new baby girl’s diaper blowout. So…. yeah these kids don’t have a chance. This woman has no idea of dignity and respect for babies and children. The child has just entered the world and you have to show all your followers her messy, infant bodily functions? What is wrong with people.

    • YestuahDae says:

      I’m sure her team of Five Nannies can manage whilst Hill poses in her lingerie & does a make up tutorial

    • HoofRat says:

      I see this with so many parents. Children should not have to live their entire lives with an embarrassing digital trail behind them that they had no choice in creating. Gonna be a lot of children filing lawsuits down the road against parents who monetized their childhoods.

    • Sandra says:

      A girl I went to high school with posts pictures like that of her kids. In addition to diaper blowouts, she posted a pic of one of her kids in the hospital crying, terrified and ill. Found out later the kid had almost died. And she too pops out baby after baby after baby.

      • Marianne Hord says:

        This reminded me of a tiktok I saw where someone had a posted a video of her baby having trouble breathing due to COVID. Like, I get you want to send a message that this disease is real and all….but maybe put the phone down if its serious enough to put the point where you have to violently rub your son’s chest.
        Not everything needs to go on social media. Its not just parents though. I also have seen plenty of trends with teens like “Im going to kiss my best friend for the first time on camera”….and its like WHHHYY?

        Social media can be a great tool but I think we also need to step back from time to time, you know.

  13. Jayne says:

    I mean, kids ask for siblings… and sugar and more TV time. Obviously, kids ask for a lot of things and it’s up to the parents to put their foot down. But since this fit Hílaria’s how you say in English…blameless white woman complex, she pinned it on her child to deflect blame from how loca she is.

    • Emma33 says:

      Your comment is reminding me of my niece rolling on the floor and demanding a snake when she was 6. “I need a snake, NOW!”

      And the way she writes about her children’s grief and how strong they are is disturbing. I think it shows how enmeshed she is with them, because she’s not separating adult emotions and responsibilities from a child’s. It is as though her children aren’t separate individuals to her, they exist to help frame who she is and support her actions.

      • Mustlovedogs says:

        “ It is as though her children aren’t separate individuals to her, they exist to help frame who she is and support her actions…” As the child of a narcissistic mother, this perceptive comment resonates so much. It is true. Those poor kids.

  14. Midge says:

    As someone who has had miscarriages, I think she’s a shit parent for traumatizing her very small children with this. That video of Carmen comforting her is just sick. I have 4 brothers and and 2 sisters and I vaguely remember 1 of my mother’s 4 miscarriages. And that’s how it should be!

    • StormsMama says:

      I agree.
      It’s really selfish to include young children in the details of a miscarriage. I mean- they don’t have the tools to understand the complexities of a miscarriage. And over sharing is emotionally confusing and —
      Kids need boundaries. You need to protect them and not overload them with adult drama and things that will only scare them.
      She’s like Ted Cruz blaming his trip on his daughters. Gross. Just admit you wanted more BABIES!!! Hilary. Just own it. How dare you put it on your children.

    • lucy2 says:

      I’ve never experienced that so I’m hesitant to comment on it, but what is clear to me is that she has a LOT of issues, and she’s putting way too much of it on her very young children, and publicly using them to excuse her own behavior.

      The youngest 2 are going to be the same age half the year, and are constantly going to be asked if they’re twins through much of their childhood.

      • Bettyrose says:

        Lucy2 – I said said something similar in an earlier thread. The two youngest are going to have to answer questions their entire life. People will be intrusive AF about it… and what’s a kid supposed to say? My mommy and her gestational carrier were pregnant at the same time? I guess they could just say it’s nonya damn business, but nevertheless they’ll be asked. All the time.

    • Jayna says:

      I agree. That video she did with her Carmen was narcissism at its height, at the expense of her daughter.

    • Erica says:

      Yes! Exactly! I had a miscarriage that my kids didn’t even know about. If it happened later in the oregnancy and I had to tell them, it would have been one conversation about what happened and theh only followed up if they were curious or had a hard time. I cant stand when women treat their children as friends or support. Talk to your husband, mom, sister, or therapist.

    • Reggie says:

      What video is this??

      • Sandra says:

        She posted a video of herself and a crying Carmen while she announced that she’d lost her pregnancy. And in the video she thanks Carmen for recognizing that mommy is sad.

    • Ann says:

      Absolutely. My mother had a miscarriage before my brother (he was #3 and I was #4) when she was six months pregnant. She rarely mentioned it and I don’t remember hearing anything about it until I was at least 18. Neither do my sisters and they were young children at the time. I’m sure it was very hard for her but she didn’t burden her little kids with it.

    • Joanne says:

      Despite all the kids she has, I think she has absolutely no clue on how to be a mother. Her interactions with them on IG bears this out. She asked her daughter if she was ok with her miscarriage while crying…why on earth would you ask a 6 year old such a thing. She was having a conversation with her newborn about the world after the election. Bizarre. Does she really know how to parent? I don’t think so. Wait until they all get older, then what is she going to do. Sadly, I believe these kids will get in trouble because of their potentially shitty upbringing.

  15. Jilly. says:

    I agree K. The children are clean, fed and will never want for anything. She does speak mostly Spanish to them and that will be a asset to them. They have each other even though her parents may be off. I hope this is it for her. Also Alec get out there and hustle. Besides these kids he has Ireland who seems to be a PT model. So 8 mouths to feed. Whoa that’s stress.

    • Tom says:

      Nannies plural, private school tuition, orthodontia, music and dance lessons, plane tickets back and forth to Es-Spain, summer camp …

      Mucho dinero, verdad? Es posible que Alejandro necessity vender su collección de arte!

    • Sarah says:

      Ireland is an adult who should be supporting herself. I don’t know why she always comes up as his financial responsibility any longer. Same with postulating that she must be upset that her inheritance keeps shrinking. She is a grown woman.

  16. Ang says:

    “Loss the their sister at four months”??? Was the baby born and died? Or was it a very early miscarriage????

    • StormsMama says:

      She had a miscarriage – bt 12 and 18 weeks- and she’s presenting it in a way to confuse the issue—- just as I’m sure the children were VERY confused.

  17. Annabel says:

    This is all starting to get super creepy, in a baby-collecting kind of a way!

    Also I employ one nanny (for my one child) on a part-time basis, and all I can think of when I see that picture is this family’s childcare costs.

  18. Nev says:

    The Spanish is sooooooo funny. I needed that. Brilliant Kaiser.

  19. Ariel says:

    Blaming the children? Does that mean they chose the sex of the embryo? Is that legal?
    The fake spanish thing kept me entertained for WEEKS, i loved it.

    But this is kinda sad, she is making me concerned for her mental health.

    Lots of people want a certain sex child- but most of them just play the odds, and then stop when enough kids is just ENOUGH.

    This is creepy and weird.
    Yes definitely, if you 6 year old wants a human- by all means, make sure you pick one up at Target, can’t let the 6 year old down.

  20. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Good way to have twins if you’re unfortunate enough to be pregnant with only one…y un chico en eso. She es tan transparente.

  21. Case says:

    This is creepy and weird. I’m an only child too so maybe I don’t get it, but I don’t think the kids “craved” a baby sister. Pinning her weird decision on the kids, in addition to leaning on her very young children for emotional support during her miscarriage, is so disturbing.

    • Jane says:

      I, too, am an only child, and I don’t recall ever asking for siblings. I never thought about it.

      • Case says:

        Me neither! And I’m pretty sure when my parents asked if I ever wished I had siblings I was like “nope I’m good.” Lol.

    • Harper says:

      Kindergarten teacher here. Lots of my kiddos over the years have talked about really wanting a baby, especially if they are the youngest or only child. Often, they have a strong preference for a brother or sister. So if this were anyone else, I would 100% believe that at least some of her older kids had a strong desire for a baby sister. This woman is warped and dishonest, though. And even if she’s telling the truth, as others have pointed out, that’s not a good enough reason to create a whole person.

  22. My3cents says:

    They’d probably be much more happier with a kitten or puppy, but yeah they totally another baby…right.

  23. nicegirl says:

    Hilaria de Boston!!!! I cannot even, this is so dang funny!

  24. nutella toast says:

    From personal experience, some single kids are super happy and content. Some desperately want a sibling (mine asked me to buy 3 toothbrushes for YEARS because he wanted them for his “brother and sister” and didn’t understand that he took 7 years to show up and it probably wasn’t going to happen twice). He didn’t let up asking for almost 6 years, which was super hard because I couldn’t get pregnant again for health reasons. It can be a thing, but it isn’t always a thing.

    • Louisa says:

      My son was the same. When he was about 5/6 he was so desperate for a brother he even made up an imaginary one. While I sometimes I had pangs of guilt, there was no way I was having another child just because he wanted one. (And he only wanted a brother. A sister was a no no…) He’s now 16 and doesn’t give it a second thought.

    • lucy2 says:

      I apparently burst into tears when told I was getting a brother.

      • Petrichor says:

        So funny. I was 4 when my sister came along, and the day she came home from the hospital I apparently said, “I don’t know why you had to have a baby. I was perfectly happy as an only child.” My sister is now one of my best friends, but I sure didn’t ask for her!

  25. B says:

    What’s gonna happen once the kids get older and she can longer have babies?

  26. Erica says:

    When I was pregnant with my fifth my kids all wanted a boy because we just had one. It was a fun thing for them to talk about and a way to be involved in the pregnancy. When we found out it was a girl, however, I did not go order a boy to make my kids happy haha. Can you imagine how terrible her baby boy is going to feel as he gets older? Its so clear she was disappointed in him being a boy and he was basically replaced.

  27. Teebee says:

    Baldwin articles are the best for the comments alone! You all are on fire! But then again these stories have so many angles to parse it’s like a merry-go-round.

    I usually take away from the latest shenanigans that this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to issues. That money and privilege can only save a sinking ship for so long. Alec is a ticking time bomb. Physically slowing down in age will not quell his temper or his impatience, and 6 kids will only add fuel. He’s going to keep taking on projects and work simply to get away from the chaos, and Hilary will find even more obnoxious ways to stay in the spotlight. So we’re in this for the long haul. Expect them to continue to lie about the joy and wonders of their lives the more people scrutinize their choices. We are not blind and dumb. Nothing about their situation approaches the slightest shade of normal. No matter how much they doth protest.

  28. Katie says:

    This is so obviously about gender, and it will be obvious to the two little ones growing up too. As someone who spent long stretches of my childhood not being particularly girly, I just hate that this little child is being set up to perform a certain sort of femininity for her mother (and the rest of her family, the way Hillary talks). I’m sure all these children, gender aside, will be raised to be appearance obsessed Insta models. As such, her mother using her as a human girl doll until she’s 18 is probably the least of the concerns here, but it still doesn’t sit right with me.

  29. MattyLove says:

    Is the olive to her skin tone authentic or is she seeking the “Spanish” look? I always thought she looked “Spanish” but now I’m wondering if that was part of the ruse…

  30. NotSoSocialButterfly says:

    Yeah, sure… except for that whole six months thing…🙄

  31. Kathryn says:

    I’m an only child and I love it. My parents repeatedly asked me if I wanted a sibling (to make sure I didn’t change my mind) and I always said no and I don’t regret it at all. I also love that my parents were happy with one child and they left it up to me–now that I’m older I respect them a lot for that. My parents both come from big families so I have lots of cousins my age I grew up with and that’s good enough for me!

  32. Grant says:

    “Hilaria de Boston” … “obscure Spanish toys…” HAHAHA! Someone give Kaiser a Pulitzer!

  33. Tagah says:

    I kept my single child very social. Now we host kids who go to his outdoor Ed classes. I agree socialization is vital, but it doesn’t always require a six kid core family ?

  34. Zantasia says:

    My daughter started asking for a sibling around 3.5 when she saw friends getting little brothers and sisters. She didn’t notice until then. Once we had a second, a boy, she asked for a sister. Her wanting a sibling did not influence our decision to have a second child, and we definitely aren’t having a third. She can choose how many kids she has (if any) when she is an adult! We reminded her that she has cousins and friends with younger siblings who she can play with. This woman just wants more kids and wants to justify it. If you want more kids, just do what you want.

  35. Marigold says:

    My kids wanted more siblings and still talk about it to this day. And they are grown.

  36. FYI says:

    WHY does she keep posting pictures about all this? The poor child isn’t even a month old, and she’s posting about her like crazy. People Mag has a story about this every dang day. WHY keep inviting the scrutiny? I don’t get it.

  37. Moorele says:

    There is a lot to unpack here emotionally… By a professional. Baldwinitos are adorable though

  38. Amanda says:

    I wonder if any of the kids will change their names when they grow up?

    • Chrissy (The Original) says:

      I doubt it but wouldn’t it be karma if they become difficult teenagers who give Hilaria a lot of grief as they mature and realize what a nutjob she is and how she used them throughout their childhoods? Stay tuned.

  39. Regina Falangie says:

    Both of my kids asked for siblings. My daughter asks for a little sister all the time. I have to keep explaining that our family is wonderful just as we are and we aren’t having any more brothers or sisters. Asking for siblings is normal.

  40. Jen G says:

    I’ve read from several people online who have gone through IVF and/or surrogacy that Hilaria and Alec very likely could have already been in the process of having their daughter via surrogate when Hilaria got pregnant.

    Hillary’s still a weirdo though.

  41. Catwoman says:

    I know she probably has fans who will hang on to every word she says no matter how ridiculous or outrageous it is, but really? Are they really that dense? It’s obvious she wanted a girl, found out she was carrying a boy and decided to do a surrogate. Anything else she says is just lies. I guess the only thing I can be happy for is she didn’t get an abortion bc she was pregnant with a boy instead of a girl. There are some out there that vapid who do stuff like that and it’s pretty common (or at least use to be) in China.

  42. Lucy says:

    They’re Irish twins, but I feel like that’s not the euro look she’s going for 😂

  43. Linda says:

    This woman is a liar and narcissist. She wanted a girl baby. So she went surrogate and the embryo implanted was purposely female. Her saying her children asked for a girl , please. Alec is 62 it is just gross really.

  44. Cel2495 says:

    This lady esta loca de remate lol.

  45. Caryl says:

    Does anyone know for sure if she has one nanny, or two? I can only assume?

  46. try harder says:

    ok pls update me

    i have no idea what’s up with Hilaria Baldwin and the spanish jokes. is she trying to pretend being latina or something?

    • Jose says:

      Hilaria Baldwin (born Hillary Lynn Hayward-Thomas; January 6, 1984) claims to be from Spain (or has a recent Spanish past). It turns out that she is an average American born in Boston, MS. Her family did visit Spain for vacations, and it has been surmised that her claims of actual Spanish heritage (as opposed to her brief vacations thanks to her affluent American parents), and affected a “Spanish” accent is/was only a way to entrap her Penélope-Cruz-enrapt now-husband, Alec Baldwin.
      These days she is considered as either a joke, or a mental health patient that needs an intervention (and possibly some in-house treatment).
      Whatever her diagnosis, she has entrapped this dude with all of these kids, and her probably won’t commit her – even though he should. Mission accomplished.

  47. Dizzy says:

    My mother waited until I was grown up and then told me about the many miscarriages she had had. And she wasn’t really depressed about them, miscarriages happen for a reason, usually chromosomal disorders in the fetus cause them.
    It’s nice to have siblings. With 6 I’m sure they won’t all get along. Hopefully they’ll have each other when they grow up and realize that their parents are nuts!

  48. Bendy Windy says:

    Yes, children can and do have feelings about wanting a sibling. My third child, a daughter, asked for a baby sister when she was four. My fourth child, coincidentally a girl, was born just after she turned 5.

    Baby sister is now going on 3 and is universally adored by her 3 older siblings, and all 3 older siblings have also stated that they don’t want any new babies. Which is fine, because I don’t either.

  49. Georgia Lee says:

    For any advertisers, please ask yourself whether you are complicit in this woman using her children for profit. There may be no laws on the book now re: Instagram, but surely there will be in the future. You have been forewarned.

    This woman is using her children for her own attention. It’s really really sick. She needs help.