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Hilaria Baldwin is thanking fans for their support during a difficult time for their family.
Following recent news that husband Alec Baldwin will be charged with involuntary manslaughter in the October 2021 on-set death of Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, Hilaria took a moment to acknowledge what fan support means to her family.
"I hope you understand how much your support and kindness to Alec and our children mean. Thank you for being our community and our village," the Witches Anonymous podcast host wrote alongside a photo on Instagram of their kids piling on and around the actor.
"You are helping us to be stronger parents and partners during this unimaginable time, stemming from such heartbreaking tragedy. Please know that I hear all of your outspoken words and each and every one of you reminds me daily that there is kindness in the world and we are not alone."
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"Alec, we love you and we are here for you❤️," she concluded.
After the Santa Fe District Attorney's Office announced the charges earlier this month, the Academy Award nominee, 64, shared a glimpse of life at home with wife Hilaria, 39, and their kids, in his first post since the filing.
"The old 'let me give you a back rub' ploy… Potato chips to follow." Alec captioned the photo of their 6-year-old son Leonardo "Leo" Ángel with his hands on Hilaria's shoulders as she sat on the floor.
Alec and Hilaria who tied the knot in 2012, are parents to seven kids including Leo: Carmen Gabriela, 9; Raphael Thomas, 7½; Romeo Alejandro David, 4 ½; Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas, 2; Maria Lucía Victoría, 23 months; and 4-month-old Ilaria Catalina Irena.
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"So you guys know what uncle means. It means that your sister or brother is pregnant, or they have a kid," Carmen said, pointing to each of her siblings and telling them they'll be an uncle or an aunt with the new arrival.
"What am I?" Alec asked.
"You're going to be a grandpa," Carmen replied, to which the actor covered his face. "Ireland's pregnant."