Hilaria Baldwin and husband Alec Baldwin were seen on an outing with their three eldest sons while on a walk in Manhattan Wednesday.
The celebrity couple was seen on an outing with their three eldest sons Rafael, seven, Leonardo, six, and Romeo, four, on the outing.
The Oscar-nominated actor, 64, donned a sangria polo shirt with black pants and black shoes, wearing a silver watch.
Hilaria, 38, wore an ash grey maternity skirt with sandals and brown tinted sunglasses, with her shoulder-length black locks parted.
Rafael was seen in a Baltimore Ravens jersey and shirts while he sat on his father’s shoulders, while Leonardo and Romeo held hands with their mom. Leonardo wore a light blue polo shirt and dark blue shorts, while Romeo donned a Spiderman shirt with black shorts.
The yoga expert is expecting her seventh child with the Glengarry Glen Ross actor. They are also parents to daughters Carmen, nine, and María Lucía, one, and and Eduardo, two; Alec is also father to model Ireland Baldwin, 26, with ex-wife Kim Basinger, 68.
The actor was seen days after a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled he was primarily responsible for firing a loaded gun in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during the filming of Rust in New Mexico last October, as part of ongoing legal proceedings in the matter.
The ruling was a part of a lawsuit filed by Mamie Mitchell against Rust Movie Productions LLC, Thomasville Pictures LLC and producers on the film, saying they, Baldwin and others on crew were negligent in their carelessness toward on-set safety issues.
According to Deadline, Judge Michael E. Whitaker said in a September 16 ruling, ‘While [Rust script supervisor Mamie] Mitchell alleges that the producers assisted Baldwin by supplying the loaded weapon, Mitchell’s allegations fail to establish that the producers knew Baldwin would aim and fire the loaded weapon … such that they would be jointly liable for his intentional conduct.
‘Mitchell’s allegations would show the opposite to be true: The only person who knew Baldwin was going to fire the weapon was Baldwin.’
As result of the ruling, Mitchell’s counts of assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress were eliminated from the case, which Baldwin remains a defendant in. A November 1 hearing will determine if Mitchell’s claims against Baldwin will remain in the case, according to the outlet.
Investigators with the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office are continuing their probe into the October 21, 2021 shooting, which has spawned multiple lawsuits, including a wrongful death suit from Hutchins’ widower and relatives.
Baldwin told ABC last December that he ‘didn’t pull the trigger’ when holding the gun that fired. He said he had pointed the gun off camera at the instruction of Hutchins: ‘I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger at them. Never.’