Hilaria Baldwin posts family snaps of their Hamptons Christmas two days after Alec shared video saying he wants to ‘move forward with his life’ and get through a ‘really tough time’ after fatal Rust shooting
- Hilaria Baldwin, 37, shared snaps on social media of her and husband Alec, 63, celebrating Christmas with their six children at their home in the Hamptons
- The family picture next to the Christmas tree showed some of their younger kids throwing fits, while the older kids stood next to their father, looking cheery
- Hilaria also shared other joyful moments of the family’s Christmas Eve antics including spending time together to cook in the kitchen
- She later shared snapshots of their excited kids unwrapping their gifts from under the tree
- The family snapshots come days after Alec posted a video on Instagram in the Hamptons, explaining the ‘really tough time’ he has been recently going through
- Alec is currently the focus of an investigation into the death of Halyna Hutchins, who was shot dead on the film set of Rust in October
- Cinematographer was killed after a prop gun that Alec was holding went off
- In latest development, investigators issued a search warrant for his phone
- Alec has not been charged, though the investigation continues and lawsuits have been filed
- Authorities still do not know how a live round ended up in the prop firearm, and Alec has said he did not pull the trigger
Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria travelled to the Hamptons for Christmas with their children, as he continues to remain entwined in the ongoing investigation over the accidentally shooting on the set of Rust.
Hilaria, 37, posted pictures on her Instagram of the family enjoying the festivities on Christmas Eve on Friday, where the Rust actor was seen disguised in a Santa Claus outfit next to their six children.
‘Reality vs….well….reality. This was the best we got from the photo batch,’ Hilaria captioned the snaps, adding: ‘Happy Christmas Eve y Feliz Nochebuena. Our love to you and your families. Amor, amor!!!!’
The family picture showed some of their younger kids in tears, visibly unhappy, while the older kids stood next to their father, looking happy and cheery in front of their well-sized Christmas tree.
Hilaria also shared other joyful moments of the family’s Christmas Eve antics including spending time together to cook in the kitchen. She later shared snapshots of their excited kids unwrapping their gifts from under the tree.
Alec, dressed up as Santa Claus, and Hilaria Baldwin decided to celebrate Christmas with their six children in the Hamptons this year, following the actor’s controversy of accidentally fatally shooting cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, on October 21
Hilaria, 37, did her best to take a nice family photo but instead took a family picture of her youngest children throwing fits while the older ones stood happily next to their father
Alec, 63, and Hilaria have two daughters and four sons together including: Carmen Gabriela, eight, eight-month-old María Lucía Victoria, Rafael Thomas, six, Leonardo Ángel Charles, five, Romeo Alejandro David, three, and 13-month-old Eduardo ‘Edu’ Pao Lucas
Hilaria, posing with one of her younger children in the family home’s bathroom, with the caption: ‘Christmas Mama and Baby Bath’
Alec, 63, and Hilaria share two daughters and four sons together: Carmen Gabriela, 8; 8-month-old María Lucía Victoria; Rafael Thomas, 6; Leonardo Ángel Charles, 5; Romeo Alejandro David, 3, and 13-month-old Eduardo ‘Edu’ Pao Lucas.
The couple, who married in 2012, chose to have a discreet holiday with their kids in the Hamptons this year, a source close to them told People.
The family snaps come two days after Alec posted a video on Instagram on December 23 where he appears to wallow in self-pity over the ‘really tough time’ he has been having in recent weeks after accidentally shooting dead a cinematographer on the set of Rust.
The actor uploaded a video of himself speaking directly into the camera two months after the tragic shooting on his Western movie set in New Mexico, when the actor accidentally shot and killed Halyna Hutchins, 42.
In a three-minute long rambling video, Alec appears despondent and weary as he tells followers how the only thing he is living for right now is his wife and children
The video, which was posted on Thursday afternoon, shows Alec looking drained and tired, hair unkempt and his face unshaven as he unloads in a stream of consciousness rant where he says he is looking to the future.
Actor Alec Baldwin has posted a video in which he appears to wallow in self-pity over the ‘really tough time’ he has been having in recent weeks after accidentally shooting dead a cinematographer on the set of Rust
First, though, he took time to thank the ‘support’ he had received from family, friends and fans.
‘I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of the people who sent me such kind words and best wishes and strength and hope and prayers and so forth and thoughts and lots of encouragement and lots of really really great sentiments from so many people,’ Alec began while standing outside.
‘I got hundreds and hundreds of emails from friends, family and colleagues and people I haven’t heard from in quite a while to send me strength and good wishes and so forth. I’m really grateful to them. Many people commenting on Instagram seem very very supportive about this difficult situation.’
‘I’m looking forward to some aspects of this being behind me, of course,’ he continued.
‘For everyone who is involved in this, it’ll never be behind us because someone died so tragically. I never lose sight of that. Not a day goes by I don’t think about that.’
Alec is currently the focus of an investigation into the death of Hutchins, who was shot dead on the film set of Rust in October.
The cinematographer was killed after a prop gun that Alec was holding went off. The director of the film, Joel Souza, was also shot in the shoulder and survived.
‘I’m home with my family, the only thing I care about,’ Alec continued.
‘It’s true, the only thing I care about is my wife and my kids and just want forward with my life try to get through through a tough time, a really tough time,’ Alec said in the emotional video message.
‘I wanted to say thank you to all the people who sent me good wishes and send me support I’m very grateful for that. I feel very awkward going through this. It has been very difficult. I wanna say happy holidays happy Hanukkah and Christmas and a happy Kwanzaa. Whatever holiday you’re celebrating,’ he continued in clip, which appeared to have been filmed in the Hamptons where the family have a home.
The actor said he was going through ‘a really tough time’ since the Rust shooting but there were plenty of supportive messages in response to his video message
Halyna Hutchins, 42 (left), was fatally shot in October. Pictured: Her husband, Matthew, 48, top right, and their 9-year-old son Andros
The set of Rust, at the Bonanza Creek Ranch outside of Santa Fe where the shooting occurred
Alec Baldwin is seen on October 21, after speaking to investigators about the fatal shooting
Hutchins was shot just moments after the crew entered a church set to rehearse a scene (pictured)
‘I hope that you’re as lucky as I am in one department and that you’re home with your family. I’m home with my family. It’s all I’ve got. The only thing that matters.’
‘I don’t have anything smart or original to say, just thank you to the people who sent me these great wishes. Be safe, wear a mask, get the booster. Don’t let Santa Claus down the chimney without a mask,’ Alec said when signing off.
In the latest development in the Rust case, investigators issued a search warrant for Alec’s phone as local authorities in New Mexico continue to investigate the tragic accident.
Alec has not been charged, though the investigation continues and lawsuits have been filed. Authorities still do not know how a live round ended up in the prop firearm, and Baldwin has said he did not pull the trigger.
Halyna Hutchins, 42, died on the set of Rust when a gun Baldwin was handling ‘went off’ and shot her
Hutchins (center) died after being shot by Baldwin (second from left) on October 21
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