The Von Trapps got clothes fashioned out of curtains, but when it comes to the Baldwins, this famous family gets threads a little sharper.
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin attended the premiere of The Boss Baby: Family Business not only matching each other in black suits, but with their six children all suited and booted too.
Alec, 63, who voices an infant turned CEO in the computer-animated comedy, was beaming with pride as he carried his nine-month-old son Eduardo in his arms, dressed in a little black suit and white shirt.
Meanwhile, Hilaria, 37 – who wore her tie loose with an unbuttoned shirt, suit and stilettos – held daughter Lucia, who the couple welcomed via surrogate six months after her brother.
Lucia wore a black bow on a hairband with her baggy suit.
The couple’s four eldest children, Carmen, seven, Rafael, five, Leonardo, four, and three-year-old Romeo, all played up for the camera, wearing shades and toting briefcases.
Alec – who is also father to Ireland, 25, from his marriage to Kim Basinger – shared pictures of the event in New York City to Instagram, with his brother Billy commenting: ‘Boss Baby 3, 4, 5 & 6 right there…’
Hilaria and Alec stunned followers earlier this year when it emerged they had welcomed their sixth child to their brood, just months after Hilaria gave birth to their son Eduardo.
So it’s no surprise the yoga teacher is pivoting into parenting media, having launched a podcast called, aptly, What’s One More?, which will focus on ‘relationships, parenting, philanthropy and inspiring others to be better.’
The launch comes after a controversial few months for the Baldwins, after Hilaria was accusing of faking her Spanish accent and heritage.
A viral Twitter thread about Hilaria’s ‘decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person’ shared last year stated that Hilaria’s given name was Hillary, that she has switched between American and Spanish accents throughout her career, and had a talent agency bio that said she was born in Mallorca, Spain – when in fact, she was born in Boston, Massachusetts.
One of the standout pieces of alleged ‘evidence’ was a clip of Hilaria on the Today Show in 2015 making gazpacho, and saying: ‘We have tomatoes, we have.. how do you say in Eng- cucumbers.’
After a social media break, Hilaria stopped short of apologising for misleading people about her heritage, but she said she was ‘sorry’ for the confusion.
She said: ‘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.
‘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.’
Hilaria and Alec, who got married in 2012, are now raising their children – who were given Spanish names inspired by people in their mother’s life – as bilingual.