Hilaria Baldwin Grieves The Loss Of Her Child On What Would've Been Her Due Date
Fans of the Baldwins know that Hilaria, the matriarch, has struggled with pregnancy several times over the last few years. Earlier today, Hilaria shared an Instagram post in which she grieved over the loss of her child. Today would've been the due date of her daughter whom she lost in a miscarriage, Page Six reported.
The 36-year-old fitness instructor posted a tribute on her Instagram following the loss of her child back in November of last year. The star captioned the video today with white flowers blowing in the wind. Additionally, she shared a sweet message stating that today was her "due date and (she) wanted to meet (her) so much."
Baldwin's touching, but sad message, continued in the same vein. She claimed that she and her family think about her every single day. "Mommy loves you, my sweet girl," the writer solemnly remarked.
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin - who currently have four children together - were gearing up to have their fifth child, however, she lost the last one at four months pregnant last year. Moreover, in the previous year, she lost another child at 10 weeks in April.
Hilaria has been more than candid about the difficulties of miscarriage, including when she wrote an essay for Glamour in which she described her pain and feelings of loss. Baldwin told the story of the day she found out through a sonogram image.
The picture showed that her child had died, and she claims she "began to cry." Hilaria said she remembers getting up to dress, thanking all of the medical professionals, and then walking out the door by herself.
While some have slammed Hilaria for coming out about her struggles, she has persisted. In the past, Hilaria shared that being honest and open about her experiences helped her heal post-miscarriage.
Some may have expected her to give up, but Hilaria and Alec are currently expecting another child. This past Sunday, Hilaria announced she was halfway through. At the moment, she and the SNL alum have several young children together.