Hilaria Baldwin is now describing herself as multicultural & ‘culturally fluid’

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

Hilaria Baldwin was always Hillary Thomas, a white American mujer from Boston. Her family used to take vacations in Spain throughout her childhood, and those vacations became her late-in-life justification for adopting a come-and-go Spanish accent, telling people she was “from Spain,” describing herself as “Spanish and American” and pretending she didn’t know certain English words. All of this began to come out last Christmas, as old interviews, videos and lies were brought out and reassessed. Hilaria tried to do damage control by giving an interview exclusiva to the NY Times, and it just made things worse. There is, how you say, something not right in her cabeza. And now it’s really starting to feel like poor Hillary is just a full-on Rachel Dolezal. Hillary posted a lengthy Instagram about how she is, how you say, culturally fluid.

I had a very special experience-I spent time with my family for the first time in nearly 2 years, due to Covid.

We talked about how we grew up, our languages, our cultures-multi & very valid. We discussed belonging & how there are people who want to deny others their right to belong.

When you are multi, it can feel hard to belong. You are constantly going back and forth, trying to be more this or more that. You feel you have to explain why you are the way you are, trying to fit into a world of labels when there might not be one that perfectly defines you. You will never quite fit in because the other parts of you shape and influence all your parts. Nothing inside you can truly exist in a segregated environment. It’s not a light switch that cleanly switches on & off-more of a sliding dial that simply shifts through a rainbow of colors.

We all get to curate our individual expressions of our cultures, languages, who we love, what we believe in, how we dress, present ourselves. This is the right that each person should have.

People who don’t have your life experience can:
1. Accept it at face value & move on
2. Be curious & want to learn
3. Connect & find similarities to relate to

What they shouldn’t do is devalue. You are valid, worthy & you don’t need to explain or get into the uncomfortable “prove it” conversation. You don’t owe that to anyone. Just be a good, kind human of this earth.

We need to normalize the fact that we are all unique-our culture, languages, sexual orientations, religions, political beliefs are ALLOWED TO BE FLUID. No two of us are completely alike.

People will try to find reason to invalidate you, therefore their attacks seem justified in their eyes. They can hate, poke fun & shame-because you “asked for it” through your audacity to be you.

What I had to learn through a very painful experience is that many people relate…so, if you are suffering, please know that a loving group see your validity and belonging. We love & accept you, just as you are.

You don’t need to be this and then that, switching, dancing to the beat of someone else’s drum. You can be 100% you all the time. Ebb & flow, in your brilliant fluidity, as your very legitimate you

[From Hilaria’s Instagram]

What she’s trying (and failing) to describe is what actual multiracial people feel – I feel it as someone who is half-white and half-Indian, feeling like I don’t really belong on either side and I’m not “enough” of one side or the other. I’ve dealt with that all my life. I don’t describe myself as “culturally fluid” though because… that seems to suggest, Rachel Dolezal-style, that you can just decide to claim another race or culture that does not belong to you. I get that Hilaria’s parents retired from Beacon Hill to Spain when Hilaria was an adult, but that does not actually make her able to appropriate the lived experiences of a Spanish woman. Loca. Totalmente loca.

hola baldwin hilaria

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  1. Amy Bee says:

    I would understand this if she actually grew up in Spain but she didn’t she just went there for vacations. She decided to pretend to be Spanish to boost her career. She needs to stop this nonsense.

    • Beenie says:

      I have been to Italy on vacation and pizza is my favourite food. I think we can all agree that I am basically Italian, no?

      • Bettyrose says:

        Beenie – hard same. As a child, we often ate rare Italian delicassies in my house; ravioli was always my favorite and I feel other American children just don’t “get” my cultural fluidity of speaking English but also knowing how to pronounce words like marinara and tortollini.

      • Miss Melissa says:

        Half my family is Greek. My grandmother was born there, taught me to cook the food. I grew up in my great aunt’s house, surrounded by the culture. Hearing the language but never learning to speak it. They were my family. They were full on My Big Fat Greek Wedding Greek.

        But I was still, and remain, a white American girl.

        PS, my other Grandmother considered herself hispanic, as her mother immigrated from Malaga, Spain. They spoke Spanish in the household. I’m still white.

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        Miss Melissa
        Geia!!!
        I’m half Greek, but born there, but raised in the United States. I’m a white American.
        When I visit Greece I speak the language like a local and know the customs, but am still viewed as an American with a Greek family because I didn’t grow up there. It’s difficult. You do feel out of place. Unless you’re hilaria and can come and go as you please.
        She’s truly curated her cultural identity.

      • Oona says:

        Just to point out, Spaniards and Greeks are white. They are just not Americans,

      • marehare says:

        I married a half Tahitian, half Hawaiian man, and have made over 100 trips to Hawaii during my life. I don’t call myself a Hawaiian or Tahitian. I’m just a lover of my Polynesian husband and family,. Hillary is a total fake.

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        Oona
        Yes, but I was more pointing out the cultural difference to combat hilaria’s cultural appropriation/fluidity.

    • Me says:

      That’s what I think—she’s not loca, (attention-seeking, but not crazy)—she’s a hustler. At first the Spanish pretense helped her differentiate herself in a sea of yogi, then she saw a way to Penelope Cruz her way to giving rich, older Alec his ‘ white, but exotic’ fantasy. Rich girl finds richer husband—tale as old as time. And a very large child support check whatever the prenup says.

      • Elizabeth Kerri Mahon says:

        I’ve spent a lot of time in England but I wouldn’t call myself English.

      • Bettyrose says:

        Elizabeth- I majored in English and can discuss Jane Austen with a cultural fluidity that will truly make you wonder if I have some English ancestry.

      • Joanna says:

        @me, Yes yes yes! You nailed it. She does it to appeal to certain white men who fetishize non white women but won’t date a black woman. So she satisfies their fetish. I can’t stand men like that.

      • observer says:

        lol bettyrose

      • Oona says:

        Spaniards are white.

      • E.B. Mann says:

        Both my parents came to the U.S. from England two years before I was born. I know my way around a bangers & mash. I’m a bloody American.

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      I think pretending to be Spanish was a con to increase her chances of snagging a celebrity husband.

      • Torrento says:

        Actual Hispanic classmates recall she NEVER either spoke Spanish as a kid, nor sought out other Hispanics.
        As an actual person of ESL Americans, I find her grift to be less crazy crazy offensive.

        She has all the priv – yet is STILL taking taking taking.
        White rich girl from Boston’s private school. Sit the F DOWN.

      • Kviby says:

        Digital unicorn, I like that idea! That makes sense, because to me , if i wanted to date /attract some very rich guy a generation or 2 older, it would be easier to be cute with an accent (except personally I can’t do accents) and be oblivious or confused whenever you want (not have to answer things right away if you’re trying to scam a horny old guy) than to earnestly be charming and witty in your own language. The standard for wittiness and cultural cues is so much higher in ones own language. I feel like I have a much higher standard for anyone who grew up speaking English as different sub culture or different senses of humour can easily be a turn off where as men who speak English as a second language I can’t judge them to that same degree in English nor in their own language. Also , just the fact that they know multiple languages when most anglophones don’t is a turn on.

    • Lily says:

      Exactamente. Para las mentiras.

    • Lily says:

      She’s definitely morally flexible and narcissistically fluent.

    • GrnieWnie says:

      She’s like an expat pretending to be a local. Well, not really, because she isn’t even close to being an expat.

      I wonder what her feelings are about white people who try on other cultures when it benefits them, and discard those cultures when it doesn’t.

    • Twinkle says:

      What career? Professional breeder?

  2. tempest prognosticator says:

    What a weirdo

    • Persephone says:

      The worst kind…bordering on culture vulture…

    • Miss Margo says:

      LMFAO I KNOW RIGHT?!

    • Killfanora says:

      Am always amazed….and a bit in awe…of people who can sprout utter clap-trap with such ease. And am totally flabbergasted that they think, in their great conceit, that anyone would actually believe them!

    • Rice says:

      Yes, she is. But she’s a weirdo who remembered to get her hands tanned in that first pic unlike other “culturally fluid” celebs. That’s commitment.

  3. Cel2495 says:

    Lol, she crazy ! I am actually multicultural and take offense at all the nonsense she says here. She should just really apologize or just let this go. She lied and that’s clear. She is a Karen from Boston and lied for years.

    • Piratewench says:

      I’m married into an extremely multicultural family and none of them make a big deal like this at all! They appreciate their cultures and enjoy their lives. My husband had a complete cultural change (moved from Puerto Rico to Connecticut) at the age of 13 and he doesn’t act like “nothing inside him can truly exist” or any of this other nonsense she’s spewing. He just lives his life and is informed by his diverse cultural experience that makes him a more rounded person. Imagine that!

    • LillyfromLillooet says:

      it’s stomach curdling to hear her use the language of enlightenment–especially “culturally fluid” to explain her behavior.

      • Anne Call says:

        Couldn’t even read through her unbelievable narcissistic mentally unstable ranting. Girl is cray cray.

    • nicobel says:

      Cel2495 agree. Longtime lurker, don’t normally comment but I’m multicultural as well and grew up ESL. This bish is beyond offensive. I honestly can’t understand why she continues to get a pass despite her full-on brown face, including “enhancing” her coloring. She is appropriating the actual experiences of immigrants and ESL households and the difficulties they face. I was amused/obsessed when this first came out, I’ve come full circle to disgusted.

  4. Merricat says:

    Lol. This woman just won’t give up the fantasy she’s created. There’s no stuffing that genie back in the bottle. She’s a Boston girl and she knows perfectly well how to pronounce “cucumber.”

    I don’t know, I think you’d have to be a bit mental to A.) marry Alec Baldwin and B.) have a kajillion kids with him.

    • Lily says:

      Ha, so true. It really seems like they deserve each other. I feel so sorry for their kids. But also extremly afraid of what they will become. Arrogance and privilege begets arrogance and privilege.

  5. Northerngirl says:

    Ridiculous.. I’m Canadian but my family has been vacationing in Maine since the 1940… I guess I’m American !

  6. girl_ninja says:

    She and Leandra Medina Cohen should start a club of privileged white women who lack perspective or respect.

    Do disgraceful.

    • bub244 says:

      Ooh yes, I’ve been looking for someone to gossip about Leandra with for so long!!!

      • KNy says:

        I am so out of the loop what’s going on with her? I only know her for her fertility struggles, and the fact that her kids are so cute and she has a rather unfortunate face.

  7. Calibration says:

    It’s beyond cultural appropriation. She’s a gaslighting narcissist. Had she not been white, it would be a whole other story. Sorry, honey, you can’t lie about your life and fake it as fluid

    • BothSidesNow says:

      True, but she keeps trying, no matter how long it will take. And the entire story about not having spent time with her family in two years until lockdown? Where did she go, Boston? She makes a fool of herself every time she opens her mouth. Yes, Hilarious, tell us how fluid you are?

  8. Nev says:

    Make her go away please. So arrogant still pushing this ish. UGHHHHH

  9. Carmen-JamRock says:

    Srsly….if there are biracial folks who seek to actualize their right to access ALL PARTS of their heritage, who are we to tell them theyre “not enough” of this part if themselves to identify wth it or “not enough” of that part of themselves to identify wth it? The temerity!

    Granted, it appears that Hilaria wasnt born in Spain and neither of her parents or grandparents were.
    But if she lived there consecutively long enough or visited often enough such tht she learns to identify wth aspects of that culture, exactly who are we to try to invalidate her?

    I cant believe this is twentfckingtwentone.

    • LeslieinN19 says:

      @ Carmen Jamrock. Hilary never did live in Spain, go to school in Spain, or spend beyond any meaningful time in Spain that is beyond a standard holiday. Cultural appreciation is fine, but cosplaying an immigrant by speaking bad English and taking opportunities away from minorities (ala Rachel Dolezal) is not cool. The fact that she is still perpetuating this fraud by calling herself multi (and still spinning the accent), and accusing people of calling her out for it bullies is what makes her a gaslighting culture vulture.

      Her exploitation of her kids, fake breast feeding, is a separate issue – on top of cultural appropriation.

      • smcollins says:

        @leslienn19 Hold the phone….not to ignore all the points you made, which are indeed valid and I agree with, but what’s this about fake breastfeeding? I haven’t heard that one about her before. That’s a new one. Not at all surprising, but new. This woman, my god 🤦🏻‍♀️

      • Fabiola says:

        Pretending to be from Spain is not the same as pretending to be a minority. Spain is in Europe, the same as Germany and most of the people from Spain are considered white. She is a white lady pretending to be a white lady from Spain.

      • Lenni says:

        I went on vacation in nearly 30 countries, I lived in three. I’m so confused about still not being culturally fluid ;-) )

    • Miranda says:

      But is she really “identifying” with a different culture, or just fetishizing it? I think she crossed the line into the latter by getting defensive when people from that culture have objected to her appropriation. There’s no respect there, no introspection. Just an arrogant, self-absorbed woman presenting herself as enlightened and thinking she knows best.

    • goofpuff says:

      Vacationing occasionally in a country does not make you ‘multicultural’ or explain why you would fake a Spanish accent.

      Pretty sure people would be offended if as an American I started faking a French accent from vacationing in Paris a few times. And calling myself French.

    • Chaine says:

      No one would be dragging her if she said “I am an American who has spent some wonderful time in Spain and really appreciates Spanish culture, so much that I gave my kids Spanish names and am speaking Spanish with them.” That’s not what she’s doing, she spent years actively pretending to BE Spanish. Now that she got caught, rather than apologize for misleading people and stealing opportunities from Latinas, like the Hola magazine cover, she doubles down on it and appropriates LGBTQI terminology to try to demonize others for calling her out.

    • Rare0217 says:

      If you have to try this hard…you should probably try something else.

    • Maria says:

      Nope, bad take. This woman internalized a culture that isn’t hers and instead of paying tribute to it appropriately she put on essentially a minstrel show. Absolutely not the same as biracial people. More like Rachel Dolezal.

    • Melanie says:

      She’s more than welcome to pretend to be anything she wants to in her private life. She isn’t doing that. She created a faked Latina persona (including dying her hair jet black and faking an accent) to develop a brand to make herself rich and famous. In our cultura we call this fraud.

    • Jaded says:

      You’re missing the point – she only vacationed there several times. I’m a lily white Canadian but lived and worked in Mexico for 3 years. I learned to speak Spanish quite well. I assimilated into the culture and respected it. That does not, however, give me the right to call myself multicultural. I am what I am and would never “fake” an accent or cobble together some fakakta story about being brought up Mexican. The very fact that Hillary faked her background is an insult to people who are, like Kaiser, truly multicultural, and the very fact that she would try to justify what she did by referring to herself as “culturally fluid” is a pitiful attempt to back-track and dissemble.

    • Ange says:

      Her family has been in America since pilgrim times… Seriously

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      @Carmen-Jamrock, there are so many of your posts I agree with. This one I just can’t. Simply because Hilary/Hilaria has flat out lied about her nationality/ethnicity. She hasn’t simply said she identifies/loves Spanish culture and feels that she identifies herself that way because of something internally within her. She’s claiming to be Spanish. There are videos/podcasts of her claiming her/her family moving to America from Spain. When it’s simply not true. Her father and stepmother moved to Mallorca in 2011. She was born in 1984.? It’s the continuous selling of the lie and word salads that people are having a problem with.imo Both her parents have a pretty long history in America. Her mom is Dr. Kathryn Howard-dad is David L. Thomas Jr. This is her paternal grandfather’s obit.
      https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/bennington/name/david-thomas-obituary?pid=195863246 The following is her parent’s business in Mallorca.
      https://internationalintegrators.org/facilitators/
      I personally do not know how much time she’s spent there vacation or otherwise. I do know that she hasn’t shown evidence of Spanish citizenship. Not seeing where anyone is invalidating how she might feel..just people pointing out that she’s lying about her heritage and being Spanish.

  10. Miranda says:

    Yeah, no. Go f–k yourself, Muffy

  11. Jayna says:

    Weird. Just weird. It’s very obvious from her lack of detail when trying to defend herself when this all came out that she did not spend significant periods of time in Spain growing up. She became very vague. Her brother, who is living over there now for many years and married someone in that culture, could claim that feeling of being multicultural.

    Hilaria presented herself as someone with an accent often (not all the time) and having lived in Spain by skirting questions and in many lies by omission and exaggerated behavior to make it seem like she was truly partially a product of Spain. I would encourage her to get psychological help. She can still embrace her love of the culture, but she was inventing a persona that was a false narrative on many occasions. I don’t even dislike Hilaria and wish her well, but she’s not owning up to her behavior that led to this.

    • Jezz says:

      Let’s not forget Alec in a televised interview literally saying “my wife is Spanish” and then imitating her nagging him in a thick Spanish accent.

      • Jayna says:

        Yep. He did that a couple of times. I believe once on Howard Stern also.

      • KNy says:

        I think he truly had no idea she wasn’t straight up Spanish, and I would have loved to be a fly on the wall when he found out.

      • lucy2 says:

        I agree – I think she lied to him, and he bought it, and now his ego won’t let him admit the truth.

      • MaryContrary says:

        I also think this is why she can’t let it go: she’s still trying to “explain” it so he’ll forgive her for making him look like such a complete dope.

  12. B says:

    She’s certifiable.

  13. Tursitops says:

    I have no comment on her upbringing or the cultures with which she identifies. I do speak several languages, and more than once I have been unable to remember a word in English although it is my primary language. Sometimes the brain’s wires are operating in a specific mode, and can’t click over to another one in the moment. I don’t speak in changing accents, nor hold myself out as being something that I’m not, but we do need to recognize that acquired language glitches can happen and aren’t an affectation.

    • Maria says:

      They are most definitely an affectation with her. This is the woman who held up her spray tanned arm next to her child’s to teach her a lesson about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    • Eating Popcorn says:

      Yes – BUT – Do you speak English with an accent from whichever non-English language you speak? Of course, we all forget words sometimes, that is normal. Here’s the thing – it is one thing to celebrate another culture, say you’ve adopted it, embraced it, love it! It is quite another to purposefully market yourself as being Spanish when you are not. Many celebrities change their names, but hers was calculated to perpetuate this ‘I am Spanish’ myth.

      • Tursitops says:

        @Eating Popcorn – Radio Free Vestibule does a comedy routine wherein the job applicant is anglophone but seeks a job in Québec, so he fakes a French accent during the English portion of the interview. HB should try that technique, since she’s tried everything else but it hasn’t worked.

        I haven’t changed my name, nor taken on another accent when I speak in English. Could be funny mixing my own cultures with the languages that I’ve learned – think Midori Weinberg Pappadopolous Fung Ladiroma.

    • goofpuff says:

      She doesn’t even speak Spanish fluently or even well.

    • Bo says:

      I forget words all the time, but I don’t say, “‘Ow you say …” when the word doesn’t come to me. That is a gross parody of an ESL speaker. That is what Hillary did and does. Parody.

      And she has benefitted from it immensely until she finally got called out for it.

    • GrnieWnie says:

      me too, this was totally my reaction at first. But the story here got a lot crazier.

  14. Jezz says:

    What a goon.

    She is equating what LGBTQ people go through with her own experience of “liking Spain.”

    • SarahCS says:

      YES.

      My first reaction was to wonder if this is the latest right-wing way to ‘own the libs’ – you say gender is fluid, then I’ll apply that concept to all sorts of nonsense.

      Even if that’s not her intention and this is just more of her self-justifying and attention seeking ego at work then she’s doing it in an offensive way.

      • Robyn says:

        That’s exactly what it is. See also: “my body, my choice” re masks and vaccines but still being “pro-life” / anti-choice.

    • Trillion says:

      BOOM

  15. Livethelifeaquatic says:

    Roaring at her just casually throwing out the word “multi” just go away already! You were caught and you have zero shame!

  16. Jezz says:

    Also, wasnt Goop actually living in Spain for long periods of time, and very immersed in the culture and language? But even she , the most audacious woman in the world, would never say she identified in any way as Spanish.

  17. Angie says:

    Everyone needs to go visit the Hilaria Baldwin Reddit forum https://www.reddit.com/r/HilariaBaldwin/
    to truly do a deep dive into the layers of insanity. It’s become pretty clear that she went to Spain maybe 2-3 times during her childhood for vacation, was raised by Spanish speaking nannies, doesn’t actually speak Spanish very well, put a gag order on her parents during her wedding to not speak to Alec and her dad couldn’t walk her down the aisle, and invited all these random Spanish people to make it look like her family. She’s truly insane and this grift is so offensive to people who are actually multicultural.

    There is also some discussion of whether she faked some of her pregnancies that I find to be compelling but that is a whole nother level 😬😬 start descending into the madness slowly and gently and see where it takes you lol

    • Justjj says:

      Lmao. I’m dying. That Reddit is gold. ‘Hilli Vanilli’ and all the TikToks on there! 😂 Hilarioso that someone JuST saw her in the Hamptons using her Spanish accent. I can’t. Lol.

    • Jamie says:

      Y’know, on one hand, i have to admire her dedication to the grift. She went through all of that to snag AB, and by golly was she thorough.

      • Shanaynay says:

        In my opinion, snagging him really isn’t too much of a prize. I personally think he’s a POS!!!!!

    • Emma33 says:

      I’m on that Reddit too, and it is on fire! Hilary really seems to be spiraling over the last few weeks. I think at this point she is baiting the readers of that forum to get her narcissistic supply.

    • Granger says:

      She put a gag order on her parents NOT to speak to their new son-in-law? Where do people get this stuff? Hilary is a terrible person — but I just do not see how that would be possible.

      One, had they never talked to Alec before the wedding? Doubtful. So why gag them on the big day?

      Two, whose parents would ever agree to such a thing?

      Having said that, I’m so curious what her family’s reaction to her cosplay has been. Do they think she’s just quirky and creative? Surely ONE of her parents has questioned her about it. If my daughter brought a man home, and was clearly pretending to be Spanish in front of him, I’d be freaked right out.

  18. Jo73c says:

    I changed planes at Bangkok airport one time, does that mean I can claim to be part Thai?

    • Susan says:

      YES! LOL
      I love multicultural food: Taco Bell, French fries, French dressing, China King lunch buffet and most of my clothing is made in foreign countries. Lots of my furniture is from IKEA and so really, I am culturally fluid as well, right?

  19. Gil says:

    We were already forgetting this woman and her nonsense, why did she have the need to remind us she a dork? Esta mujer es una mensa

  20. greenmonster says:

    This “culturally fluid” white woman p*sses me off. She is NOT multicultural or culturally fluid. She is a white American woman who really loves Spain. That’s it!

  21. helonearth says:

    She is not multi anything, just full fruit loop!

    Why stir things up again now, when the furore has died down? Seems to me she likes the amount of publicity this affords her.

    • Angie says:

      The furor hasn’t really died down if you are one of the people who are paying close attention. It’s actually gotten worse because now people are questioning whether she really gave birth to all dem kids, whether she fake breastfeeds, whether she actually graduated from NYU, etc. A ton of batshit stuff. I’m sure she is following all of it intensely so for her nothing ever died down.

  22. TabithaD says:

    Why on earth is she doubling down on this crap? I do wonder if she’s doing this in some way to keep up appearances for Alec. I’m not convinced he knows the whole truth even now.

  23. Justjj says:

    Oh, Hilary. Can you imagine being this woman’s real family? Her poor siblings and parents. How awkward. Not to mention, her kids must be totalmente confused.

  24. Barrett says:

    I occasionally followed her over the years. Long before the Spanish lie came out, my gut feeling is that she is mentally ill, has psychological problems. She posts the kids lives so frequently in photos, its like she is not in it to parent but to send thirsty photos. I also have miscarried. I feel bad for her miscarriage. I think its fine to acknowledge hers but her drama around. Its like it had a layer beyond lets normalize discussion of miscarriage and instead give me tons of extra media attention. She creeped me out in bringing her young daughter into dramatic photos ab it.

    • goofpuff says:

      I don’t think she’s mentally ill. I just think she’s a grifter, hustler and completely full of herself. That’s what I got from her before her Spanish lie came about. And in a way, all her try hard media hustling makes much more sense now.

  25. Case says:

    WHAT is this lady on about? I love England. I studied abroad there and would live there in a heartbeat. But look at me, still speaking with my American accent and using American slang. Amazing!

  26. M says:

    Why is she still talking? People with their public announcements about how special they are- it’s getting goddam tragic. She is just making shit up for attention.

  27. Nan says:

    When you’re a bland upper-class privileged white family and need some spice. You just take it, right? You don’t even ask.

  28. iconoclast59 says:

    I hope that Kim Basinger is having a big glass of wine and laughing her a$$ off over this. After all that Alec put her through, she deserves to enjoy the schadenfreude.

  29. Maisoui says:

    white privilege = getting to choose when you’re white, and when you’re gonna appropriate someone else’s culture for profit.

    • Angie says:

      Yep. One of my white classmates came at me with a transracial argument and I said that when I, as an unambiguously black woman, can decide to be a white woman in the workplace so that I’m not micromanaged, undermined, and sidelined, then I’ll agree that being transracial might be a thing. Until then, however, it is just another tool of white privilege.

    • Marisol says:

      Spain is a White country, though. She’s a culture vulture for sure, and she’s definitely exploiting the ambiguity that “Spanish” confers in the States, but she’s basically a WASP cosplaying as Spicy White.

      • Maria says:

        “she’s definitely exploiting the ambiguity that “Spanish” confers in the States”

        That’s why it’s a manifestation of white privilege. Spain may be essentially a white country for classification reasons (although even this argument is complicated since so many people descend from the MANY former colonies of this empire ranging from South America to the Philippines) but Spanish people are still the subject of stigma in the United States and many people see them as “other”, not white, and behave accordingly towards them in ways that create difficulty and friction and make it simply easier for them to deny their cultural heritage. She knows this, it makes her feel “exotic”.

      • Sunday says:

        It doesn’t matter that Spain is a white country. It matters that there are actual Hispanic and Latino people in the US who are mocked and ridiculed for their accent when this white woman from Connecticut gets to try it on for funsies.

        There are entire generations of Latinos and Hispanics in this country who intentionally did not pass on their language because of the stigma and prejudice they faced. This white woman could’ve just said “I love Spain, I love the language, the food, the people, it’s my second home” instead of (poorly and superficially) cosplaying the identity. It’s disgusting and shameful.

  30. Ariel says:

    I LIVED for this “scandal” when it was happening. It was so much fun.
    But yeah, she is akin to Rachel Dolezal. Stealing.

    Loving and visiting and appreciating are a different thing than appropriation.
    She could have cooked spanish food and lauded spanish culture and talked about how from her earliest visits it felt like home, and it is her favorite place in the world.
    Nothing wrong with that.

    But she lied and created a false persona, accent and history.
    Not the same.
    Creepy.
    I’m sure there are psychological explanations, reasoning and treatment for it.
    But it is not what most sane people do when they fall in love with a place they visit.

    • Abby says:

      I agree with you completely. I love France. I studied abroad there, can speak a *little* and have visited 8 times. Our home is full of art, photos, objects that remind us of France.

      But never ever would I pretend to be French or of French descent. That is not something a normal, well-adjusted person does.

      I am white but this statement from her feels like she’s taking the struggle of actually multi-cultural people and co-opting it for her own gain. It feels gross.

  31. Grant says:

    “There is, how you say, something not right in her cabeza.” Oh man, this made me snort-laugh. What a hack.

  32. Lizzie Bathory says:

    Have I just not had enough coffee to understand her statement or is it horseshit? *squints* It’s horseshit.

    • Eurydice says:

      Horseshit is at least a real thing, recognizable and useful. This blather doesn’t make any sense no matter how many times you run it through Google Translate.

  33. Robin says:

    Culturally fluid and yet unable to translate cucumber. (“How you say cucumber” is a go-to, let’s make a salad phrase in my house!)

  34. Size Does Matter says:

    Anybody know how she learned the Spanish language? Is it her actual current primary language? Is it even possible to acquire an accent on one’s primary language from a secondary language? I’m genuinely curious.

    And I think she’s full of it.

    • Serena says:

      How could that be her primary language? She’s has done her schooling in America, married an American man and has lived there till now lol. She’s ridiculous.

      • Kviby says:

        It can be her current primary language if that’s the language she uses most of the time, currently. Like I live in Quebec, speak French with my partner, neighbours, concierges in my appt, and any service people I encounter in groceries/healthcare/govt/shopping unless they switch to English, and don’t speak much of either language at work, so technically French is my current primary language even if it’s not the language I speak the best. Something I realized when I did the census! She could be horrible at Spanish and it could still be her current primary language.

    • ML says:

      This woman is a flipping imposter who gets way too much attention.
      Yes, you can pick up a bit of an accent from speaking a foreign language. I speak mostly Dutch (I’ve lived here 20 years), so it does slightly shade my English. However, when I return to the States (which was 2 years ago for the last time, sniff), my American accent returns to normal within a few days. My mom’s an immigrant and has lived in the States since 1962. She has a thick accent in Englis, and an American accent in her native language.

    • MaryContrary says:

      Her primary language is English as she was raised in Boston by American parents. Full stop.

  35. Mina_Esq says:

    As an immigrant, I disagree with the notion that one has to be born into a culture. You absolutely can adopt a new culture. The problem with her, however, is that she took it to a whole another psychotic level by faking an accent, tanning to look more Mediterranean (remember that video of her trying to teach her kids about racism?!!!), allegedly hiring actors for her wedding, etc. If she had just said that she is Spanish-American and kept the accent in check, I don’t think anyone would have cared about her giving her kids Spanish names, cooking traditional foods, or whatever. Just my thoughts.

    • goofpuff says:

      But she’s not Spanish-American. She’s just white American born and bred in Boston pretending to be Spanish (fake accent and all).

      You can appreciate another culture without actually trying to BE them in the most insulting (fake accents, lying about her past) way possible.

  36. Libellule says:

    I’ll say this as a multiracial woman – what the actual f-ck.

    On the other hand, i kind of admire the dedication to the con.

  37. Tanesha86 says:

    We’re all missing a major point here: even if she was part Spanish (and she definitely is not) she would still be a white woman. Spanish people (from Spain) are still white, spicy white but still very much white. This woman is an attention seeker and a weirdo who wanted to exoticize herself in order to stand out. I hope folks start ignoring her now

    • Angie says:

      Yep but I think the point is that Hilary lacks the understanding that Spaniards are white. Everything she did pointed to her wanting to be the “spicy Latina” caricature. She tans aggressively then writes posts about how people think she is the kids nanny, and she teaches her daughter about racism by comparing their skin colors (tanned vs. white). This is why it’s so offensive. She wanted to be a “safe” Latina so she chose a European country but then took on a cartoonish personality. I’ve heard native speakers say she has a non descriptive South American Spanish accent, so what’s the reason she didn’t choose to be from Guatemala?

  38. Robyn says:

    Just when you think this trick had reached the limit of appropriation, she ups the ante to a new zenith of imaginary victimhood. She and Alec are truly perfect for each other.

  39. lucy2 says:

    Omg. O.M.G. I can’t believe after being caught and fully exposed as a white lady faking being Spanish, she’s doubling down on all this.
    I guess she’s gone off the deep end and eventually believed her own lies. It’s fascinating, offensive, and just bizarre. I feel for her kids.

  40. Teebee says:

    Man, I love this gossip. This is unadulterated, unequivocal, undeniable gossip gold. Her continual stoking of the fires thinking she’s extinguishing them, her word-salading her grift, her dying on this hill over and over a la Edge of Tomorrow, hoping to finally convince the world she’s right… Never stop never stopping Hilarioso. My boring life needs you like a paella needs a packet of Lipton’s Chicken Noodle Soup…

    • KNy says:

      Yes! When this news broke I was in the middle of leaving one job and getting ready to start another, and my kitchen was gutted and getting redone and every little thing was going wrong with it so somehow I missed this news breaking by like a couple of weeks and I was so very sad about that. This isn’t Britney gossip that has a tinge of absolute tragedy. It’s gossip gold, like you said. It’s stupid and fun.

    • Moneypenny says:

      Absolutely. This is one of my favorite gossip stories of all time! My whole family loves it, even my 9 year old. It helps that we live in the Boston suburbs :) . We call her Hillary from Boston to the tune of those Sam Adams commercials (“your cousin–from Bah-stun).

      It is the gift that keeps giving!

    • MaryContrary says:

      Right? The best gossip ever.

    • Dee Kay says:

      “dying on this hill over and over a la Edge of Tomorrow” HAHAHAAHAHA

      I must agree, this and Bennifer Againifer are gossip gold. BRING. IT. Or as @Teebee says, Never stop never stopping!!!

    • Golly Gee says:

      😂😂😂 🤪 Yes, yes, YES!!!
      I visit the site looking for something light, something that doesn’t reflect the sh!tshow that this world has become. But even gossip is now mostly tinged with tragedy, racism, seriousness. This and Bennifer are pure, fun (remember fun?), guilt-free gossip.

  41. Steph says:

    She needs to seek help. Immediately.

  42. TIFFANY says:

    I seriously think that Alec has not do anything is because he now has six kids under six and he would actually have to parent them.

    Trust, if it was just one kid, he would have bounced.

  43. Suze says:

    Ridiculous. Look, I get it. I spent the first few years of my life in Uruguay, and to this day I love the country and the culture. When I speak Spanish, I do have a bit of an Uruguayan accent. But I have never said I am actually Uruguayan. I am a US citizen who spent a few years in Uruguay when I was baby. That’s it. Hilaria is an American who loves Spain and has spent time there, sure. But she needs to stop trying to co-opt their cultural identity for her own benefit.

  44. lunchcoma says:

    She is such a mess. And so is he! Imagine the levels of obliviousness and denial to not notice something like this. I worry for these kids too. Imagine being raised in that household. Now I’m wondering which kid writes the first tell all?

  45. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    She is, how you say, full of bullshit.

  46. Serena says:

    What tf is she saying now..
    “you don’t need to explain or get into the uncomfortable “prove it” conversation. You don’t owe that to anyone” lol really? Just say you don’t have a valid argument and go.

    What a clown. All this to justify, trying and failing, herself while digging a deeper hole. She doesn’t come from different cultures/heritages, she just likes Spain.

  47. Haylie says:

    Hilaria Dolezal is back at it with the lies.

  48. Theothermia says:

    I’m mixed race too. Hilaria is a d*ck.
    I’m treated with suspicion by both peoples to which I belong, and am constantly fetishized for my mixed heritage. Hilaria has a white fantasy of what it means to be mixed race, she has no idea of the burden.

    As for “culturally fluid” this is racist white people using liberal language about gender to be racist.

    • KNy says:

      The term “culturally fluid” is appalling.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      I was born and raised on the border of Mexico. Whites were the minority. All my friends were Hispanic. I spoke Spanish and slang everyday for 20 years. I have a love and affinity for all things Spanish. Art. Design. Architecture. My homes have always featured a Spanish aesthetic. It is what it is. Saltillo tile can always be found. I love their families, their holidays… everything about them made profound impacts on my life. If anyone could say something stupid like culturally fluid, or that I’m part Hispanic, it’d be me. When my oldest was very young, he actually told his teachers that I was from Mexico (to my horror which I quickly corrected lol). But I would NEVER EVER even THINK to appropriate Spanish culture as my own. Yes I lived it. Their culture was mine and we intertwined for many years and their lives and livelihoods are permanently etched. But my grandparents lived through the great depression and the dust bowl in Missouri. My mother was born in raised in Tennessee. My parents met in Houston when my dad was rooming with an Astros baseball player lol. If I can stand back, and aside, showing respect… Mexico was not a vacay (even though I’ve been everywhere down there lol), it was my existence. But I am not Hispanic. ¿Hear that mujer?

  49. MangoAngelesque says:

    I’m a total Anglophile, and do tend to spell with the British “u” in words where Americans would leave them out, but the day I start actually start speaking with an English or Scottish accent, I sincerely hope people would mock me mercilessly and tell me where to get off. Appreciate a culture as much as you want, immerse yourself in it fully. But pretend you’re actually from a place you’ve barely set foot in? Get mad when you’re outed? Come on. This is your own fault, chica.

    • cassandra says:

      I had a coworker who studied abroad and came back to “the states” (as she put it) with a weird vaguely British accent. Do not doubt that we roasted the hell out of her all the time.

      • Golly Gee says:

        Unconsciously picking up an accent like that can happen. I spent a long weekend with cousins from Tennessee who came up to Canada. By the end of the weekend I had developed a slight drawl but it quickly disappeared thereafter.

  50. KNy says:

    What she does not get is that while you can absolutely become a part of a culture though your roots may be from elsewhere (try telling Greek people that Giannis Antetokounmpo is not really Greek and they will spit on you; as far as any Greek person is concerned, their son is in the NBA finals and don’t you forget it), when you use that culture to try to sell yourself, you are not a participant but a pillager.

    I was born and raised in NYC. Everyone’s grandparents spoke a different language. There’s absolute beauty in experiencing other peoples’ cultures, in taking part in traditions, listening to music you never would have otherwise heard, and eating so much delicious food you could burst. There are some cultures that I feel so close to because of the way I grew up, but I would never claim them to the point I use them to advertise my damn self. There’s such a clear, NON-FLUID line.

    P.S. I actually did a semester abroad in Spain when I was in high school which means I have been educated in Spain unlike Miss Hilaria of Boston. I came back with a brain full of Spanish and a reflex to speak it that switched off after a couple of days because, you know, I’m American. Like some other people.

  51. Marie says:

    Cue Hillary co-hosting a podcast with Rachel Dolezal in 3-2–1…

    I am so sick of this Trumpian era of if you repeat a lie enough, it must be true.

  52. Faye G says:

    As an multicultural indigenous woman, I’m so offended by white people appropriating our cultures. Taking the best of a culture while leaving us actual ethnic people to suffer the racism? Super pathetic!

  53. Christine says:

    The best thing she could do is shut up and live off her husband’s money. Every time she opens her mouth to defend herself it makes her look worse and worse. You’re never getting your endorsements back. Give it a rest.

  54. The Artist Formerly Known as Valiantly Varnished says:

    The irony is that her IG post is one of the whitest most colonizer types moves. Only someone dripping in white privilege can think that liking a culture gives you the right to appropriate it and then use the made up phrase of being “culturally fluid” . That’s not a thing HILARY.

  55. Bettyrose says:

    Has everyone seen that meme of a pauper saying “please sir may I have a crumb of oppression?” That’s what’s happening here. Starved for attention. This grift is so transparent and dumb.

  56. Mary says:

    The crazy part is that the story she is trying to claim actually belongs to another actress for real: Elizabeth “Bitsie” Tulloch who currently stars on Superman and Lois and is married to David Giuntoli. Bitsie has actual Spanish/Mexican ancestry. Her mother is Spanish. She grew up in Spain and now lives in the US. Speaks English and Spanish. Had spoken often of her experience coming to the US after growing up in Spain and Latin America yet she’s always quick to correct people that she doesn’t consider herself completely fluent in Spanish anymore given she speaks English primarily now. And Bitsie actually::is:: Spanish but she’s super careful about playing it up too much bc it’s clear and knows she’s white. I remember seeing this story with Hilaria and wondering if Hilaria had literally copied Bitsie’s life story. It’s so bizarre.

    • pottymouth pup says:

      and yet Tulloch, who actually grew up in Spain/Central & South America, doesn’t go around claiming to be Spanish or speaking English with a Spanish accent (though they did write her Spanish fluency into Grimm which was pretty cool)

      I do want to correct this bit from @Kaiser’s statement “Her family used to take vacations in Spain throughout her childhood,” Hilaria did not “grow up” vacationing with her family in Spain. Nobody in her family had been to Spain prior to her older brother doing a year abroad when he was 16(?) so if her family started vacationing there after that it didn’t start until she was 14 and they vacations were not for extended periods of time. I think in one of the posts from last year, someone even included the link to a post where her father posted something about moving to Majorca & other friends/family posted comments that indicated the family didn’t have a particularly long history of visiting Spain at all

      • Mary says:

        Right! Bitsie Tulloch actually has the Spanish heritage for real and she didn’t live in the US until she was a legit teenager but you never see her trying to even play it up. If she’s asked about it, she will share the story and I’ve seen her converse with Spanish speaking fans in Spanish for their benefit (which is lovely) but she doesn’t brag about living in Spain nor try to claim anything that doesn’t belong to her. She’s not pretending to be something she’s not. Hilaria is just a big culture appropriating fraud!

  57. Chimney says:

    She can lie but genetics don’t because she and Alec made some white ass kids. Hope they don’t grow up confused like their super white just from Boston mama

  58. Ines says:

    There’s a thing called “reverse cultural shock”. In my case, I was born and raised in Argentina. Left at 19, worked on cruise ships for 3 years, in Austria for 5 and I have been living in the the UK for the last 21 years. When I go to Argentina I don’t fit in. At all. With the exception of the language, the food and cultural references from my childhood I’m a complete tourist.
    I do fit in here in the UK, at least culturally, and my European and American colleagues all think I’m British, but British people know, as soon as I utter a single sentence, that I’m foreign. So every time I meet someone over here, one of the first things they’ll ask is “where are you from?”
    So really, not quite from here, not quite from there.
    Anyway. Hillary seriously gets on my nerves. She needs to stop.

  59. DragonWise says:

    The fact that she is even trying this strategy when we all know the truth is an insult to our intelligence. I am not multi-racial, but I find this really offensive. It would be better if she just admitted she lied and tried to claim a culture that is not her own.

  60. Evie says:

    Tourist in my book.

  61. Julia K says:

    Never ever thought I could feel sorry for Alec Baldwin.

    • bettyrose says:

      HA! I don’t feel sorry for him, though. He reaps what he sows. Those kids . . . I mean, I’m always conflicted about feeling bad for wealthy kids with a-hole parents, since so many of us had a-hole parents without the wealth, but I do feel bad for the kids.

    • MaryContrary says:

      Oh c’mon. She’s exactly what he wanted: a younger, beautiful, spicy wife who could give him a whole of bunch of kids (he always talked about that post divorce from Kim Basinger.)

  62. sassafras says:

    People can “fit in” in multiple places and not claim ancestry/ culture that isn’t theirs. Anthropologically, humans are wired to try to fit into surrounding cultures. It’s literally what kept homo sapiens alive and (theoretically) Neanderthals… not. Third culture kids and multi-racial/ multi-cultural people do this ALL.THE.TIME. It’s fantastic to be able to go from one culture/language to another. It is a strength. But what Hillary did was bamboozle/ gaslight/ fabricate/ LIE. Not the same thing at. all.

  63. Joan says:

    As an Afro Latina I am disgusted by her pretending to be culturally diverse and culturally fluid. Afro Latinos can tell you what that means and what they experience in life. She needs serious mental health counseling and to stop the grift. I am insulted by Hillary’s behavior

  64. bettyrose says:

    Any of my other CA natives can chime in on this, but growing up I knew a few bougie but liberal white women who put on airs about identifying more with Latin culture and embracing a chosen Latin culture in many ways (clothing, food, enunciated pronunciations of Spanish/Portuguese words, etc.) but none that actually claimed a different ancestry or acted like they’d forgotten English. This is just beyond.

    • Kkat says:

      Yeah I’m a so cal native, I know what you mean about rich white women leaning into Mexican/south American or indigenous American stuff

      But no one who actually faked actually being one of those things

      This chick is cray

  65. stagaroni says:

    Hilaria led people to believe she was born in Mallorca. That isn’t “cultural fluidity”, that is a lie about where she was born. And can someone please explain to me the deep-seated need for so many labels? It seems as if we cannot exist unless our entire being is dissected, compartmentalized, and then given multi-hyphenate labels in order to feel like we are valid. Is there a handbook?

  66. Susan says:

    After the fiasco of a few months ago, if she would have done an op-ed or Medium type article and talked about her insecurities, wanting more, wanting to be anyone else, etc., it could have gone a long way toward a reputation rehab. She should have talked about how insecurities will drive you to lie and getting swept up into a lie that started small enough and became a runaway train, etc.. We have all told little white lies and I think we all could relate a little. Instead, she’s doubling down on it as if it never happened. I guess that is…an angle?! I wonder who she has advising her on handling this.

  67. Maria says:

    A white American mujer.
    lol

  68. Scarlett says:

    Hillary is como se dice, delusional, and how you say…. muy loco.

  69. Shannon says:

    This woman…makes more conservative. I truly hate and despise ppl like her. You don’t need to be someone else, or hijack a culture to be cool. If you feel you need to do that, then you need psychiatric help. The fact she is repping being “ multi” cultural like it’s a fad you can pick up makes me question a lot of of this pseudo-fad gendering and faux naming.

    It’s all starting to be too much.

  70. Lilly says:

    It is obvious what happened here. In one of the early seasons of 30 Rock, Jack (aka Alec) hires Selma Hayek as a caretaker for his mother. It was a multi-episode arc and rumors were that Alec was infatuated w/ Selma during and after the filming of those episodes.

    Flash forward a decade or so and Hilaria knows that Alec is single (and looking), hangs out in the Hamptons and is infatuated with Selma. She does her very best to re-create Selma’s look and accent and then has a “completely accidental” encounter with Alec at a Hampton’s restaurant.

    Put two and two together – she carefully plotted this out step by step. Did Alec know that at the time? I highly doubt it, but he has to have it all figured out at this point. He still seems to be playing the game because at this point she has roped him in with an army of kids and it’s probably less complicated to defend her. Plus, he doesn’t look like as much of a fool because he was telling the story for years how they randomly met at a restaurant and fell madly in love. Ok, Alec… totally random, for sure. And if you weren’t a wealthy celebrity I’m sure she would have totally fallen head over heals for you since you both clearly have so much in common. *EYEROLL*

    • Golly Gee says:

      Oooo! Machiavellian! I love the way you’ve connected the dots. This is a great storyline and you should sell it to Hollywood.

    • Jaded says:

      I believe he was also infatuated with Penelope Cruz so it appears Hillary found out his Achilles Heel and worked it for all it was worth. Alec, you been had big time!

  71. AmelieOriginal says:

    This idiot is the gift that keeps on giving lol.
    Basically a long doubling down about how she is “multicultural” when she isn’t a little bit. She basically wishes she was me, a real bicultural/bilingual person. Both my parents are white but my father is from France, mom from the US. I absolutely consider myself multicultural—that’s not just a word applied to race. France and the US are so, so different in terms of culture, we could sit here all day enumerating the differences. I speak French fluently without much of an accent. Some natives say they can hear one, most don’t. French people are often floored to find out I never lived a day in France apart from summer vacations and a 5 month study abroad stint in college. My parents shelled out lots of $$$ to send me and my sister to a private bilingual French-American school (there are a lot of French schools btw in the US, a lot of Americans don’t even realize this). I sometimes feel like I don’t truly belong as an American or a French person but I don’t have an identity crisis about it. As a white person it doesn’t make me stand out and nobody in the US can tell I speak French unless they ask me about my name. But I have a claim to actually being part French—half of my family lives in France and I have French citizenship.

    Also I lived in Spain for two years and while I love Spain and can speak Spanish pretty well I don’t do the I am española too schtick. Hilary is such a wannabe European and she clearly tried to market herself as some exotic white Spanish lady for attention.

  72. ME says:

    I wonder what she tells her kids? Does she tell them they are part Spanish? My God.

  73. JRenee says:

    Like a dog with a bone, damn let it go!!

  74. Paintergal says:

    I lived and worked in the Bahamas for 10 years. I absolutely fell in love with the people and small island living. I felt more ‘at home’ there than anywhere else I have lived. I’m still a white chick from the U.S., I did not start speaking the Bahamian dialect. I don’t say I am ‘from’ there even though my husband and I call it home to each other. I didn’t adapt Bahamian culture but grew to deeply respect and love it.

    She’s nothing more than a con-artist. Period.

  75. Mimi says:

    I’m so sick of her can she go away please

  76. Pork chops & Apple sauce says:

    My husband was a French minor in college and then spent three years in France. He is fluent and speak with an impeccable accent. He loves all things France, and yet he has managed to remain American, and not identify as French. This is all horse shit but she just can’t accept that the world now sees her as shady.
    Paltrow is fluent in Spanish and loves Spain. She came out with that cookbook with Batali but even she knows not to try and fake it.

  77. You Know Me says:

    She has mental issues & Alec is worse Team Kids

  78. .............. says:

    She needs to be stopped and all, but I’m just here to comment that I find it odd people still think Latino = Hispanic. Not the case.

    Hispanic is someone who speaks Spanish. Not everyone in Latin America speaks Spanish as a first language. And Latine/a/o people, like myself, would prefer not to be politically associated to Spaniards, the descendants of the people who literally invaded our land, burnt our history, and r@ped our people.

  79. Silent Star says:

    “I’m not a liar, I’m morally fluid! Society’s expectations of honesty are oppressive!”

  80. Ania says:

    My mother in law lived 20 years in Germany as an adult. No German accent, no claiming she’s German. Even my husband who was born there speaks German and Polish (his parents language) without accent. Basically this is how language work, when you’re exposed before 4years you will speak phonetically well. Even my SILs kid who only hears his mom speak Polish has no German accent in Polish – may not know all words or his grammar is far from perfect but when he speaks you wouldn’t’ at first know it’s not his first language.

    I get forgetting a word from time to time, if I use a lot of English at work and try to tell someone what happened sometimes english word comes first to my mind. But geez, I’m still not English or speak with English accent…. I even stopped being embarassed about speaking English with heavy Polish accent – because this is the language I’ve learned as an adult and I speak well enough that people understand me with no problem, I’m not gonna pretend it’s my first language.

  81. SusanRagain says:

    What is it with these 2?
    Attention seeking at a high level.

    Remember when Alec was a good actor? Long damn time ago?
    He was great in Glen Garry Glen Ross, good reviews on Broadway for Street Car.

    His personal life has always been messy and he does have a good sized ego.

    Those kids are in a house full of notice me, notice me, notice me parents.
    I am fed up with Hillaria and Alec both, foolish behaviour for attention.
    And nobody needs that many kids as they close in on 60 years old.
    Ick to both of them.

  82. Barbie1 says:

    Baldwin must feel like a fool. He cant dump her because he’s overwhelmed with the kids and lord knows what kind of loco will be unleashed if he ever started divorce proceedings. He is trapped and has to play along with her nonsense.

  83. MsGnomer says:

    I feel like Alec encourages her because he finds it completely hilarious, because it’s bizarre and offensive. He is so entitled I can see that. Doesnt he still support Woody Allen?

    We all have better things to do that worry about her delusion. Go far away, greedy white lady.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      @MsGnomer, “I feel like Alec encourages her because he finds it completely hilarious”….LOL-probably. Being bizarre and offensive isn’t against his nature

      In this case it’s hilarias not hilarious.