Alec & Hilaria Baldwin are starting a parenting podcast called ‘What’s One More’

We haven’t talked about Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin since March, which is when Hilaria announced that they had welcomed a sixth child. Bebecita Lucia joined the family under a cloud of misterio, with no one knowing if the Baldwins used a gestational carrier, a surrogate or adoption. We do know that whatever arrangements were made, they were made soon after Hilaria learned (last year) that she was pregnant with another boy. Hilaria was obsessed with the idea of having another girl, so much so that she kept having babies in an attempt to give Carmen a “little sister.” There are layers and layers of loca behavior with Hilaria. I think people just wanted to put this mess to the side for several months and hope that Hilaria and Alec would rethink their current energy. But they are not doing that. “No mas? MAS mas!” Hilaria and Alec are starting a parenting podcast together. Dios mio.

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are expecting. No, not another child; this time, the “Match Game” host and the mother of six of his seven children are announcing the arrival of their new podcast. The couple hilariously teased their new venture on Instagram, with Hilaria clamping her hand over her husband’s mouth.

“Something exciting soon…no, that that,” she writes in the caption.

“Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are the definition of opposites attract, and together they have one unique family,” notes the announcement for “What’s One More?”.

“On their new podcast, they’re having real conversations about issues that matter. All to help inspire positive dialogue in the world,” the announcement continues. “Together with friends, specialists, authors and doctors, they’ll discuss relationships, marriage, parenting and more to help us listen and learn about each other. Because ‘What’s One More’ of the thing you love most in this world, be it family, friends, meals, or anything that you cherish, when you’re trying to motivate the world to accept one another.”

According to Fox News, the new podcast’s Instagram account (which appears to no longer be live) said the couple will be chatting with “industry-leading guests” in their joint podcast.

“They’ll have conversations with celeb friends, specialists, authors and various guests about relationships, parenting, charity, and how we can inspire others to be better and do more,” the deleted post added, advising the podcast will debut on Tuesday, June 8.

[From ET Canada]

I’ve thought many times over the past year that Alec seems pretty over it. He really is saying “no mas” to Hilaria. I still kind of believe that she went off and organized Bebecita Lucia all on her own and Alec was like “you did WHAT.” Alec and Hilaria weren’t even living together for part of the pandemic, and I have no idea if they’re living together now. So… um, is Hilaria doing this to spend time with Alec? And seriously, why a podcast from these two about PARENTING?? Their five nannies do all the work.

Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Baldwin attends The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater

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  1. Nanny to the Rescue says:

    I mean … It’s aptly called. That seems to be their motto.
    Because that’s what we need, Alec Baldwin teaching parents parenting. Heheh.

  2. Beenie says:

    No thank you.

  3. milliemollie says:

    Which acento is she gonna use?

    • Jensies says:

      This is all I can think about and all I want to know.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      my thoughts exactly. will she “slip” and fall into her manufactured accent?

      or will she finally leave that behind?…

  4. Lola says:

    I feel like this woman is genuinely mentally ill and the children are being used as crutches / tools / supply within that. She also has a craving for attention and using all these kids to get it, and it’s extremely uncomfortable to see. I wish everyone could stop giving her the attention supply she’s seeking and she could go get help and cease to use those children for fulfilling her own weird needs.

    • Midge says:

      I agree. I think she is mentally ill and Alec is an aging egomaniac who likes having a hot young wife who wants to have sex with him. His narcissism won’t allow him to realize how badly he fucked up.

      • Jayna says:

        Alec is all of those things, but I don’t believe in the premise that he won’t face the fact that he fvked up marrying her. There’s somebody for everybody. His life will always have chaos at times, because that’s who he is. BUT I think Hilaria makes him very happy and he likes having a family. Hilaria can be mentally off, thirsty for fame, whatever you want to call her issues, and still be a caring wife who loves her husband and makes his life better, and ,yes, loves the life he gives her as a famous actor. Not too many people could deal with Alec and his moods. And I think he loves her and will always support her dreams for fame. He’s been pushing her from the beginning, so he has no problem with it.

    • april says:

      Angelina Jolie has six kids also, just to be fair.

      • Ornamental says:

        Not saying there are NO parallels, but – at least 3 of hers were adopted (and not “created” for her!).

      • Lola says:

        I don’t know anything about Angelina Jolie but the specific # of kids isn’t very relevant to my view that she’s mentally ill and constantly desiring a new supply of babies as props for her mental illness.

      • Ana says:

        Angelina doesn’t act like she doesn’t have nannies

  5. Kt says:

    They have nannies for sure but if you follow her in Instagram, she is a very hands on mother.

    • Lola says:

      Because we all know the photos that take for the ‘Gram are a super accurate representation of real life.

    • milliemollie says:

      She’s a mommy influencer. Of course she’s gonna make it look like she’s very “hands on” and after the photo or story are taken, she hands the kid back to the nanny.

    • Arpeggi says:

      Is she still Spanish on Insta too? What we display on insta is never close to reality (it’s why I post pics of my veggie garden on insta and not the reno hell that is currently the inside of my house, which as been unlivable for 2 months now… but the yard looks awesome!)

    • goofpuff says:

      She’s only hands on for the pictures.

    • molly says:

      I’m with you on this. She’s breastfeeding two of them, so that alone makes her plenty hands on to me.

      • Lulu says:

        And what happens with the other four while she’s breastfeeding 2 infants of different ages and developmental stages?

    • Jules says:

      Lol, you are joking right? Surely you don’t believe instagram is real life?

  6. Eurydice says:

    Huh, maybe one of their episodes will be “I’m Not Some Rage Monster.” They could invite William.

  7. Lola says:

    I also love that rage-aholic Alec Baldwin, who has been well known for both violently assaulting people, being a troll bully on the internet, and calling his 11 year old daughter a “rude thoughtless little pig,” telling her “you don’t have the brains or the decency as a human being,” (which is surely only 1 out of many times he verbally abused her with aggressively degrading namecalling) is now putting himself on a pedastal where he’s going to “motivate the world to accept each other.” Fuck all the way off.

    Full text of the voicemail he left his 11 year old daughter, which he has NEVER apologized for, still says he was the real victim because he just “snapped” because of parental alienation done by Kim to “destroy him,” and had self-harm thoughts when his abuse was made public but decided not to because “then Kim would win.”

    “You have insulted me for the last time … You don’t have the brains or the decency as a human being. I don’t give a damn that you’re 12 years old or 11 years old or that you’re a child, or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the ass who doesn’t care about what you do, as far as I’m concerned … You’ve made me feel like shit … I’m gonna straighten your ass out when I see you. I’m going to really make sure you get it … I’ll let you know how I really feel about what a thoughtless little pig you are. You are a rude, little pig, okay?”

    And this is the guy who wants to mansplain parenting to us along with his creepy ass personality-disordered wife?

    • KNy says:

      I honestly can’t imagine a person who is capable of saying that to their child would be thrilled to live with six small children and the accompanying chaos. I bet he nopes the hell out of most situations at home and lives in the guest house unless it’s time for a photo or to make another baby. I remember years and years ago he was on a talk show when his oldest was little and he said that she started speaking English with the same accent as her Brazilian nanny. He thought it was funny but all I could think was that there’s no way that kid spent much time with either parent at all.

      • goofpuff says:

        He doesn’t have 6 children that close. He has nannies for that. He is there for photo ops.

    • megs283 says:

      That VM is always the first thing that comes to mind when I think of him. Horrifying.

    • Robin says:

      Thanks for that, Lola. I never knew any of this. What a vile man.

  8. nicegirl says:

    Imma skip it

  9. Wiglet Watcher says:

    The gift that keeps on giving is Hilaria talking. Her slipping in and out of fake accents, poor Spanish and anecdotes about growing up in a far away land from Boston… I will enjoy the write ups and fallout. Not the podcast

    • sal says:

      Hillary Lynn= steaming sak o LIARia grift- likely not mentally ill as much as a THIRSTY fame whore greed head. Is there anyone more annoying that a Bostonian who fakes an identity as a Spaniard from an exotic island?

  10. Natters5 says:

    Hell bent on making her brand happen…just like about every other woman that lives in the Hamptons.

  11. Haylie says:

    I’m only listening to the Spanish language version of the podcast.

    Didn’t Alec go on a proto men’s rights campaign claiming parental alienation from Ireland by Kim, when really, he was a verbally abusive shit?

    And “Hilaria” is a pathological liar.

    These poor kids.

  12. Robin says:

    What’s one more “how you say” cucumber – it’s two “how you say” cucumbers…

  13. Golly Gee says:

    She popped into my head out of the blue yesterday for the first time in a long time in spite of the fact she hasn’t been making gossip headlines. Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice.

  14. Mel says:

    Well, this will turn out well….

  15. Chill says:

    As a child of the 50′s and a big family (7 kids) who knew lots of families with many children I can say that the parenting wasn’t great. Yes, they loved us, but we didn’t get much parenting. It is just too many kids to give each of them what they need. Some mothers can pull it off, but they were few and far between.

    • Kate says:

      Thank you. “What’s one more?” – Is this question being asked of the parents if they think it’s not much more difficult to have another baby, or of the siblings who now have to vie even harder for attention from their parents? I have 2 and a part-time job and even so, it’s hard to fit in 15 minutes apiece of devoted one-on-one time a day between fixing meals, getting them here and there, doing house stuff, getting them ready for bed, etc.

    • Robin says:

      I’ve always thought this. I met a mum who had 9 kids. It was a middle class badge of honour kind of thing with her. She told me she and her husband thought they’d “had enough now and it was time to stop at 48.” What she wanted me to say was, “wow, 9 kids”, and, “wow, you don’t look 48″. There was nothing wow about it, though, and I wasn’t biting. I just thought there is no way, let’s be honest, that those kids have a one to one understanding of their parents. She was having a fine day out, walking around, while the older gaggle of kids dragged the younger lot around. They looked like the babies’ nannies.

  16. Nev says:

    Stop this.

  17. cassandra says:

    I just always wonder how they afford their lifestyle? Unless Baldwin has managed his money very well. This many kids, staff, and maintaining their multiple homes seems like a lottttttt

    • Kate says:

      Think you just answered the “why is this podcast happening” question…

    • Jayna says:

      Alec Baldwin is worth $60 million. He’s fine. He has a podcast that I listen to every once in a while, and it’s a great interview show regarding film, music. He’s not a snob. He has a huge interest in all art, even soap actors because he was one.

      Now, why is he doing this podcast with his wife? Because she’s been thirsty for her career since the beginning, and he was always there to help her and push his connections to help her. So she’s lost the gigs she was getting being his wife and his connections. They’ve dried up with the whole Hilaria from Spain thing. She’s lost Instagram sponsors. She had a Mom Brain podcast with Daphne Oz, Dr. Oz’s daughter. I don’t believe that ever came back after Spaingate. He’s doing this new podcast for her.

  18. detnew359 says:

    Why are we still calling her Hilaria?

    And I’m sorry I’m not taking any parenting advice from a proven liar and an abusive parent. I will never forget his voice-mail to Ireland.

  19. Eating Popcorn says:

    When will these two insufferables go away? I’m guessing they are launching their own podcast as I can’t imagine anyone in their right mind would want to do business with them.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      I can’t imagine anyone either. Comedy Central? I lold when I read the title.

  20. Wut wut says:

    Well…i believe Alec and Hillary may not be great people but Alec’s ex might also be another not great person either and may be one of those jilted exwives who alienates her kids against their dad to get back at him emotionally. I’m not trying to excuse Alec’s vm but i’m sure what prompted it must have been equally gut wrenching. My hubby has been on the receiving end of two brainwashed teenage daughters acting as spies for their mother and treating my husband as if he was the scourge of the earth. No, he’s not perfect but child support has always been on time, he shows up when he is supposed to be there for them and really tries his best. The oldest daughter has stolen money from his wallet and even raised her voice at him. Sorry but one should always get the full picture before judging a certain reaction. Few parents would keep their composure if an alienated offspring treated them like crap and in an uwarranted ungrateful way. I’ve lost my marbles with my own teens and their father and i have a pretty good coparenting relationship. Normal teenagers alone are difficult to deal with, add the pressure of a conflicitve ex alienating them and it is a ticking time bomb before a parent vents their frustration at a very helpless feeling situation. You want to help your kid understand and you want to stop feeling hurt by a kid you love. His daughters had no idea what child support was or what it was for before i took a moment to explain to them that their dad is trying really hard to do his best by them and deserves respect regardless of what they hear from their mom. What kind of mother doesn’t prpmote respect or even explain child support to her kids?! I don’t wish this type of crap on anyone and sometimes the only way to understand the sick dynamic is to go through it yourself to see all the pieces of the puzzle.

    • Kate says:

      There is a difference between losing your temper and yelling at your kid and being nasty/ insulting/verbally abusive to your kid when you have lost your temper. A parent calling their kid names is just not okay ever. It tells me he is not very nice and he does not have control over his emotions and I’m not interested in hearing about parenting from someone who hasn’t done the work to be an emotionally intelligent parent.

    • Lulu says:

      There is NOTHING that excuses the degrading verbal abuse and threats he left for an 11 year old girl. Nothing. If you’re saying you and your husband do similar, and you think that’s some kind of justification, you’re wrong. Instead of being an excuse for Alec, that should be a mirror held up to you that what you’re doing is something that the vast majority of people find horrifyingly, sickeningly wrong.

      I’m sorry that your husband CHOSE to have children with a woman he now regrets having children with. I’m sorry he resents paying child support for children he CHOSE to bring into the world. But none of that is the fault of his children.

      If your co-parenting relationship has gotten so toxic to the point that you and him are verbally abusing, degrading, or threatening his daughters, it’s time for the two of you to relinquish custody and step back until they are adults.

      • Kate says:

        Well said. It was too much to unpack for me. Without villainizing this woman or her husband, I would maybe urge her to see if she can extend some of that empathy she has for her husband’s situation to his daughters, who are children caught in the middle of a contentious divorce. Kids – actually all people – should not deny themselves of feeling upset or angry or sad just because the person they are upset with also does some nice or good things for them. Paying for a child’s groceries or tuition doesn’t mean they can never be angry with you. And of course a kid being mean or yelling at you is going to upset you, the adult, but as the adult you have to find a way to model better ways to communicate other than ‘you’re yelling at me so I’m going to yell at you to make it stop.’ Of course a lot of adults dont do that but it would be nice if more would try.

    • milliemollie says:

      I’m sorry, but are you seriously trying to blame Kim Basinger for what Alec Baldwin said to their daughter?! What the f*ck is wrong with you?

      • Lyds says:

        Yes, let’s blame Kim Basinger when Alec has had an impeccable record of keeping his cool and being a model citizen. Let’s disregard a voice message that is ON THE RECORD and fantasize about what his ex did leading up to it.

        Ireland Baldwin claims that Hilaria is a good person, so I don’t doubt that she is a good mom and stepmother. However, she has issues and should NOT be giving anyone life/parenting/identity advice. The only thing worth listening to on her end is if she owns up to her delusions and shows us the help she’s getting to deal w it.

    • sal says:

      When a kid doesn’t like a parent, is it REALLY due to brainwashing? In my experience as an educator and someone involved in family law, this can be used as a cliche excuse.

    • Amy Too says:

      There’s a difference between losing your temper in the moment when your kid is acting like a brat to your face on purpose to hurt/anger you, and calling them up especially to leave a voicemail in which you berate them and call them names and threaten them. There have been times where I have yelled at my teenage son, even losing my temper enough to swear, and said something like “Damn it, there’s ice cream all over my brand new, expensive sofa! You KNOW you’re not allowed to eat on the sofa! What were you thinking? And why didn’t you clean it up? It looks like you didn’t even try! Now it’s going to stain. This is super irresponsible of you, and I’m very upset!” I could say this exact same thing in a calm tone, minus the angry “Damnit,” and it would still be an acceptable thing to say to a child, it’s just that I delivered the message in an angry and yelling way. I didn’t call my son any names, I didn’t threaten him, I didn’t say anything to suggest that I don’t love or like him.

      And I’m not sure how you think it’s some kind of awful thing that your husband’s teen girls “even raised their voice at him.” Of course they have. They’re kids. Just the act of raising your voice isn’t really awful, it’s more about what you say. And even then, teens and kids are teens and kids. Parents are adults. Adults have an expectation to not retaliate and to not get on their level and throw back exactly what they’re being given.

      I can think of absolutely nothing that Alec’s daughter could have done to deserve the message he sent her. I actually just reread it because I was going to say something like “maybe one or two of the sentences or sentiments, but not the whole thing,” but actually no. There is not one sentence or sentiment in there that is acceptable to say to an 11 year old child. 11 is like elementary school.

      And especially if the problem is with her mother, and he knows it’s with the mother, and he thinks the mother is making the daughter think things and treat him in a certain way. Because again, 11 years old. An 11 year old is still very much a child and is ripe for being manipulated by a parent, if that’s even what was happening here. 11 year olds are very likely to believe what their parents tell them, especially if they’re not seeing any evidence to contradict what Mom is saying, and to share their parent’s views and feelings about things and people. Screaming at your daughter in a voicemail, and calling her names and insulting her character, and threatening her is not the way to prove to her that you’re actually not a bad person or a bad dad and that you love her and have her best interests at heart, and that any bad feelings or anger/upset surrounding the divorce is directed at her mother and not at her. If he seriously got a crazy, out of the blue, horrible something from his daughter (call, voicemail, letter, naughty act) and he thinks that the daughter only did that because of misinformation coming from her mom, why would he not call the mom and leave her the angry message?

    • court says:

      You are trying to excuse Alec’s behavior. He’s a grown man, who said those things to an 11 year old child. If you’re expecting to be adored all the time, parenting is not the gig for you. Especially not tweens or teens, who can test the very best of parents.

  21. jbones says:

    Those outfits are FUG.

  22. jferber says:

    These two don’t bother me at all. There’s just so much you can invest in minor irritants.

  23. Rebecca Siegel says:

    I think it’s very possible Hillary has borderline personality disorder. I don’t understand what would lead a reasonably intelligent woman in good mental health to pretend to be Spanish when, obviously, she’s married to a celebrity and someone’s going to dig into her past and find out. It wasn’t even that hard to figure out! People from her past were totally aware that she was from Boston. To me, this just seems like the actions of a really unstable, self-destructive person. I hope she seeks mental help, especially for all those kids’ sakes.

  24. Elo says:

    It’s like they have too many… what do you call them… children yes children.

  25. Justjj says:

    Ah, I forgot about this. I can’t wait to hear here autentico accento de espana and elisten to her espanglish world salad while she talks of her childhood memories in the exotic land of Bóstóna, Massachudo.

    For real though, it’s disturbing how the kids are being used…

  26. Granger says:

    Alec Baldwin has issues but I can’t help it: I love his podcast “Here’s the thing…”. He’s smart, funny, self-deprecating, curious, and an excellent interviewer. I hate that I enjoy listening to him.

    Hillary is another story. I don’t know if she’s mentally ill or just so self-absorbed that it’s made her completely stupid/tone deaf but I have no interest in hearing her take on family, friends, and food. Will anything she says even be true/authentic?