On Sunday, Hilaria Baldwin gave birth to her seventh child with husband Alec Baldwin, but the happy news was overshadowed by followers bringing up the same criticism of the infant’s name.
It all stems from Hilaria’s Spanish ancestry, which she has been accused of “faking” in the past.
In case you missed it, Hilaria was from Boston, not Spain, as it turned out. She’s even been accused of making up an accent and forgetting what the English term for cucumber is.It was also revealed that she had gone by Hilary before, not Hilaria in Spanish.
Naturally, many raised an eyebrow when she revealed that her child’s name was Ilaria Catalina Irena.
Hilaria shared the news of her daughter’s arrival on Instagram, writing, “She’s here! We can’t wait to share with you our little dream come true.
When she disclosed that Ilaria Catalina Irena was the name of her kid, many people naturally took notice. Hilaria announced her daughter’s arrival on Instagram with the caption, “She’s here! We are eager to share our tiny dream come true with you. Hilaria also brought up the fact that in an online bio that her management company had made for her, they had misrepresented her birthplace as Mallorca, a “disappointing” blunder.
Furthermore, the yoga instructor disclosed to the publication that despite having Hilary as her birth name, she chose to go by Hilaria because that is how her Spanish family addressed her. Hilaria said, “The things I have shared about myself are very clear.” On October 21, 2021, while practicing on the movie set, Baldwin’s handgun went off, killing 42-year-old cinematographer Hutchins.
Hutchins’ family is suing him for her murder, but he has never acknowledged being involved and has vowed to “never point a gun at anyone and pull a trigger at them.”The handgun, however, “could not be made to fire without a pull of the trigger,” in the event.