Hilaria Baldwin is back on Instagram for Valentine's Day beach outing
Hilaria Baldwin sneaks back onto Instagram to share a ‘Baldwinito dance party’ at the beach… as she cuddles with Alec for Valentine’s Day
She’s been mostly off social media in recent months after social media sleuths revealed she had been misrepresenting her heritage in December.
But Hilaria Baldwin showed her face on Instagram for only the second time since December on Sunday as she celebrated Valentine’s day with her husband Alec Baldwin and their five children.
The 37-year-old podcaster and yoga teacher also shared a sweet photo of herself and the 62-year-old actor cuddling to mark the romantic holiday.
Family outing: Hilaria Baldwin, 37, made her first return to Instagram since apologizing earlier this month for her Spanish heritage controversy as she and Alec Baldwin, 62, took their kids to a beach
Hilaria shared on her main page a sped-up video of herself and her family during a snow-covered trip to a beach in the Northeast.
She kept warm in a long dark green puffer coat with black leggings and brown cowboy boots.
Alec was dressed in a similarly casual manner with a black North Face coat, dark jeans and brown boots.
The hyperactive clip showed everyone in the group bouncing around while soundtracked to electronic dance music.
Letting loose: Hilaria set the sped-up clip to electronic dance music as they had a ‘Baldwinito dance party’
Helping out: Hilaria held her youngest son, Eduardo, while Alec danced around with two of the older boys
Hilaria held her youngest son, Eduardo, while Alec danced around with two of the older boys.
The Boston-born social media star described the outing as a ‘Baldwinito dance party,’ using the Spanish diminutive on their name.
‘We had a Valentine’s Day freezing Baldwinito dance party on the beach…Alec is trying to learn Romeo’s moves ⛄️,’ she wrote.
Earlier in the day, Hilaria posted a lovely black and white photo of herself and the 30 Rock star as he held her tightly in bed and nuzzled the back of her head.
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‘Through the amazing times, the challenging ones, all the many memories and tiny people we have made in between, thank you for being my rock, my courage, my joy, and my forever valentine,’ she wrote.
‘Ok…this was so mushy and I can’t help but be me: you are my pain in the [double peach emojis] too. I love you,’ she ended on a more balanced note.
Following her late-December departure from Instagram, Hilaria returned on February 5 with a portrait of the whole family lying on the floor to apologize and address the controversy over her misrepresenting herself as a Spanish woman.
‘I’ve spent the last month listening, reflecting, and asking myself how I can learn and grow,’ she began her caption.
‘My parents raised my brother and me with two cultures, American and Spanish, and I feel a true sense of belonging to both. The way I’ve spoken about myself and my deep connection to two cultures could have been better explained — I should have been more clear and I’m sorry,’ she continued.
‘I’m proud of the way I was raised, and we’re raising our children to share the same love and respect for both. Being vulnerable and pushing ourselves to learn and grow is what we’ve built our community on, and I hope to get back to the supportive and kind environment we’ve built together.’
Setting the record straight: Hilaria returned to Instagram on February 5 to apologize and address the controversy over her misrepresenting herself as a Spanish woman
Following the February 5 post, Hilaria began posting cute photos of her children, and Alec has also appeared with them, but her Valentine’s Day posts were her first appearances on Instagram since her apology.
The original heritage controversy began shortly after Amy Schumer poked fun at an Instagram post from Hilaria in which she held her baby son Eduardo while showing off her unbelievably trim post-baby body.
But Hilaria’s reaction video, which featured a suspiciously spotty ‘Spanish’ accent that seemed to disappear at times, led social media sleuths to uncover that she had been born in Boston, not Majorca, as had been listed online in some places.
Escalated quickly: The original heritage controversy began shortly after Amy Schumer poked fun at an Instagram post from Hilaria in which she held her baby son Eduardo while showing off her trim post-baby body
Long distance: On Saturday, Hilaria posted humorous photos to her Insta Stories of herself FaceTiming with Alec while he was in New York City to film his True Crime series Dr. Death
Complicated: The actor had to wash some clothes, but he needed some expert help from his wife to figure out the high-tech washing machine
On Saturday, Hilaria posted some humorous photos to her Instagram Stories of herself FaceTiming with Alec while he was in New York City to film his True Crime series Dr. Death.
The actor had to wash some clothes, but he needed some expert help from his wife to figure out the high-tech washing machine.
‘I took these photos to document for myself me teaching Alec how to use the washing machine etc while he was in the city working…’ she wrote.
‘As you can imagine: teaching Alec Baldwin to wash his clothes is as epic as you can imagine.’
One photo showed a closeup of her husband just missing the correct button, which she was ‘trying to get him to press.’
Heartbreaking: ‘Eduardo felt my pain,’ she joked in a closeup of the tot crying as his dad failed to wash his clothes
Success! But eventually Alec figured out how to get his laundry cleaned
‘Eduardo felt my pain,’ she joked in a closeup of the tot crying.
But eventually Alec figured out how to get his laundry cleaned.
‘Even Alec realized how… um… yeah…’ Hilaria wrote, adding a cartoon speech bubble at the bottom reading, ‘just press the right [cursing emoji] button, honey.’
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