Hilaria and Alec Baldwin have welcomed their seventh baby together, a daughter they have called Ilaria.

Sharing the announcement with fans, Hilaria posted a sweet montage of photos and videos of their new bundle of joy meeting her siblings.

She wrote: ‘She’s here! We are so excited to introduce you to our tiny dream come true, ilaria catalina irena 9-22-22, 6lbs 13oz.

‘Both she and I are happy and healthy. Her Baldwinito siblings are spending the day bonding and welcoming her into our home.’

Hilaria added: ‘Much love to you all. We are so happy to celebrate this wonderful news with you.’

Alec shared the same sweet video to his own Instagram page, celebrating baby Ilaria’s birth.


They added in a statement to People: ‘How grateful we feel to welcome our newest little daughter into this world.

‘Just as magical and filled with love as every other little person we have been blessed with.

‘Her Baldwinito siblings are so excited and all discussing who she looks the most like… we are overjoyed to introduce you to baby Ilaria.’

The couple had revealed they were expecting a baby girl in May, after confirming they were pregnant in March.

As well as Ilaria, Alec and Hilaria also share Carmen, eight, Rafael, six, Leonardo, five, Romeo, three and Eduardo and Maria, both one, 

They’d shared a video of them breaking the news to their kids, writing at the time: ‘After many ups and downs over the past few years, we have an exciting up and a huge surprise: another Baldwinito is coming this fall.’

Hilaria added: ‘We were pretty sure our family was complete, and we’re beyond happy with this surprise. 

‘Our new baby is a very bright spot in our lives. A blessing and a gift during such uncertain times.’

News of their pregnancy had come just months after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot on the set of Rust, when a bullet was accidentally discharged from a prop gun the actor was holding.

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