- Alec Baldwin and Hilaria have confirmed the birth of their sixth child in a photo on social media
- Hilaria and all her kids posed for the snap, taken by Alec, showing their excitement over the new arrival
- This also comes just six months after the Baldwins welcomed their fifth-born, Edu
Mission Impossible actor Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria have welcomed their sixth-born child to their growing family.
Many did not see this coming as it is just six months since the actor and his yoga instructor wife welcomed their fifth-born son, Edu.
Hilaria shared the good news on Instagram with a photo of her and the kids together next to the newborn with smiles on their cute faces.
The mother of six simply captioned the post "7" with a love emoji and credited the thespian hubby for capturing the beautiful moment.
The seven, in the caption, is believed to have also include Alec's daughter from a different relationship.
The family did not give any more details regarding the birth of their latest arrival but hopefully, fans will learn how the child came about in the near future.
According to E! News, the couple are now parents to Carmen - seven, Rafael - five, Leonardo - four, Romeo - two, Eduardo - six, plus the new bundle of joy.
The couple tied the knot back in 2012 and in 2019 Hilaria suffered a miscarriage.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were pictured in a brilliant pregnancy photoshoot in what would only be defined as a divine blessing.
It was a black and white image that showed Harry passionately holding his wife as her belly majestically stole the show.
Meghan was in a long, loose sundress that left people guessing she is probably in her second trimester.
“We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child,” a source close to the pair revealed to Page Six.
The two will soon give their son Archie a brother and a sister after having to battle the loss of a child they were not fortunate to meet.
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