Hilaria Baldwin Is Mad People Think She Is Faking Her Pregnancy

She took straight to social media to set it straight.

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There is no truth to the fake news that Hilaria Baldwin, wife of Alec Baldwin, isn’t really pregnant.

That comes from a fired-up Hilaria Baldwin herself on Instagram.

Hilaria, 38, has been married to Alec, 64, since 2012. She looked very pregnant in a mirror selfie posted to her Instagram story, where she fired back at her doubtful critics.

“My friends made a good point about my belly,” Hilaria wrote. ‘It kind of looks fake… like I ate a ball. I guess the psycho conspiracy theorists online with way too much time on their hands have somewhat of a point here.”

(Hilaria Baldwin Instagram)

“Now you guys can go share links and theories as to what kind of ball it was that I ate.. hope you come up with options that taste good. Please have something positive in your rants.”

Oh, and she added something of great significance for good measure.

“Ps . . Chocolate is my fav… maybe it’s a chocolate ball,” she wrote.

A day later, she followed up with another shot, and again, revealed that she is indeed very pregnant.

“I feel like this is the best dress ever,” Hilaria wrote. “From my Lascana craze. It’s not maternity. I guess I will love it when I pop this baby out too… let me see if I can find the link.”

“And there are so many other cute ones too. No I don’t work with them… just passing on something good.” 

She got over it. Kind of.

Eventually, her ire turned positive.

“Lean into a community that loves you and accepts you and tells you that you belong… just as you are,” she wrote. “Lean away from the negative people and energy.”

“Once you climb into the open arms of your belonging community, all of those negative things these negative people said… they all seem so ridiculous and outlandish… from the safe haven of a confident belonging.”

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