Alec and Hilaria Baldwin: They announce reality show with their seven children

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
They announce reality show with their seven children

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin with their seven children.

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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are opening the doors of their home to television audiences. The couple have announced their own reality show.

A Hollywood star accused of negligent homicide, his wife, 26 years younger than him, and their seven children – that could make for good reality TV material. And now it’s becoming reality: Alec (66) and Hilaria Baldwin (40) have announced their own reality show.

On Tuesday (June 4), the couple shared a video on Instagram withthat they will soon give insights into their life as a family of nine in a show called “The Baldwins”. The show is set to air on the US channel TLC in 2025.

“Invite you into our home”

“We invite you into our home to experience the highs and lows, the good, the bad, the wild and the crazy,” says Alec Baldwin in the short clip. “Home is where we love to be.” The video already shows some chaotic clips from the family home. At the end of the video, the entire family sits on a sofa and shouts “We are the Baldwins!” into the camera before the actor finishes with a joking “May God help you.”

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin have been married since June 2012. The two share seven children: Carmen (10), Rafael (8), Leonardo (7), Romeo (5), Edu (3), María (3) and Ilaria (1). Baldwin also has a daughter, Ireland (28), from his marriage to Kim Basinger (70).

Is the “Rust” tragedy a topic in Baldwin’s reality show?

It is not known whether the Hollywood star’s court case will also be part of the reality show. Baldwin will have to answer to a court in the US state of New Mexico from July 2024 in the case of the fatal shooting of camerawoman Halyna Hutchins (1979-2021) on the set of the western film “Rust”.

Hutchins was fatally shot during filming in Santa Fe by a gun that was held by Baldwin. The actor has pleaded not guilty and denies pulling the trigger of the gun. If convicted, he faces up to 18 months in prison.


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