Hilaria Baldwin has given insight into the mammoth task that is putting her six kids to bed every night.
The podcaster and yogi shared a fun snap of herself and her children sprawled across the carpet, labelling it: ‘My Baldwinito nighttime [sic] chaos 💕’
The 37-year-old and her actor husband Alec Baldwin, 63, share six children aged seven and under, which must be quite the handful.
Their newest addition, Maria Lucia, was born via surrogate in February, while Hilaria gave birth to Eduardo in September 2020.
In the photo, Hilaria is holding Maria Lucia, while her other kids lie in a variety of poses, with the elder three clocking the picture and smiling for the camera.
The couple, who married in 2012, also share Carmen, seven, Leonardo, six, Rafael, four, and three-year-old Romeo.
She later snared a snap of herself breast-pumping while dying her hair and snacking on crisps, in an impressive use of her somewhat stretched time.
Her caption was simple: ‘Multitasking, obviously.’
Her frankness and sense of humour went down well with her followers, with one user commenting: ‘This is a whole mood 😂’
Actress Tori Spelling also voiced her delight over the fun post, writing: ‘Adore you so much! Wish we lived closer to each other ❤️’
Hilaria recently had to address bizarre claims from trolls on social media that sixth-month-old Maria Lucia wasn’t hers because their skin tones are different.
Alongside a photo of her cradling her youngest child, she hit back: ‘I know… I know, sleuths….my skin is darker and my kids’ is lighter.
‘Yes, they are mine. Trying to keep up with all these ideas…I have to say: you have quite a bit of time on your hands.’
The yoga instructor was also mired in controversy earlier in the year after a viral Twitter thread about her ‘decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person’ which stated that Hilaria’s given name was Hillary, and that she had switched accents throughout her career.
She is also claimed to have had a talent agency bio that said she was born in Mallorca, Spain rather than Boston, Massachusetts.
Hilaria recently spoke out on her belief that culture can be fluid, admitting it can be ‘hard to belong’, adding that people get to ‘curate our individual expressions of our cultures, languages, who we love, what we believe in, how we dress, present ourselves’.
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Author: Tori Brazier