On September 22, Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria had their seventh child, and the delighted mother was quick to inform her followers.
She has arrived! As she released a video of the baby’s siblings meeting her for the first time, Hilaria commented, “We are so pleased to welcome you to our tiny dream come true.
Hilaria published the good news along with the baby’s name, which generated debate.
You could ask why. Since a video of Hilaria showed her losing her Spanish accent, she has been under fire. She allegedly didn’t really identify as a Spaniard when she did so.
She stated that she was born and reared in Mallorka, Spain, and that she only moved to the US at the age of 19 to pursue a degree. However, this may not be totally accurate, as others claim she attended school in the US much earlier than that.
User @lenirbriscoe tweeted, “You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to her decade-long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person,” before sharing clips of Hilaria discussing married life with a distinct Spanish accent and seemingly forgetting the English word for cucumber on a cooking show.
The user wrote, “This woman grew up in Massachusetts.
Having said that, folks were incensed to hear that the youngest Baldwin had the same Spanish name as her siblings, Ilaria Catalina Irena Baldwin.
“Why is it okay that she is so obviously trying to speak Spanish? Why does she continue to try? Have they allowed it to affect them so much, someone questioned. Ilaria is an upbeat name that is originally Italian meaning “Hilary”.
Hilaria frequently updated her social media followers with photographs and information throughout her pregnancy.
As she described her experience as a mother of seven, Hilaria said, “When people question or comment, we frequently resort to ridiculous and extremely self-deprecating jokes on my part. It’s okay because I enjoy making fun of myself; it keeps me sane.
All kidding aside, I’m thankful for this experience, she continued. I am all too familiar with the happiness and sorrow that being a mother entails. I’ve learned to respect and love all aspects of this amazing process that I am so fortunate to experience time and time again, including the fantastic, the challenging, the unpleasant, the miraculous, and the unknown.
In his reply, Alec made the remark, “You are a very special person, and my hope is that your children are as special as you.”