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Hilaria Baldwin gives birth to her fifth child with Alec Baldwin – Page Six

September 9, 2020 | 11:04am | Updated September 9, 2020 | 2:54pm

It’s a boy.

Hilaria Baldwin, 36, announced the birth of her fifth child with husband Alec Baldwin on Wednesday, writing on Instagram, “We had a baby last night. He is perfect and we couldn’t be happier ?. Stay tuned for a name?.”

She and Baldwin, 62, are also parents to sons Romeo, 2, Leonardo, 3, Rafael, 5, and daughter Carmen, 7. The former “30 Rock” star also shares 24-year-old daughter Ireland Baldwin with ex Kim Basinger.

“Número Cinco está aqui…..(Para mi, número seis),” Baldwin captioned the same photo on his account. “I love you, @hilariabaldwin My karma is your karma. Your karma is mine.”

Hilaria announced in April she was pregnant again after suffering two miscarriages. In November 2019, the yoga instructor said she was “devastated” when she lost her baby girl when four months pregnant. She also miscarried in April of that year at 10 weeks pregnant.

During her most recent pregnancy, Hilaria said she didn’t want to learn the sex and instead chose to just focus on the child’s health.

“What happened last year changed me in terms of focusing on certain things,” she said of her losses. “I loved focusing on the sex of the baby … but right now I am going very slow with this experience and being very cautious.”

Congratulations to the couple on their expanded family.

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Alec Baldwin reprises President Trump for ‘SNL’ season finale – Los Angeles Times

Alec Baldwin reprised his role as President Trump delivering a commencement speech to graduates of the “Class of COVID-19,” as “Saturday Night Live” wrapped its 45th season with a third remote-from-home episode.

The self-proclaimed “validictator” was the eighth choice among speakers for the “Saint Mary Magdalene by the Expressway 2020 virtual graduation,” just after Elon Musk and Grimes’ newborn.

“We’re all making sacrifices. I have had to share my child’s Adderall with him,” said Kate McKinnon, playing the principal who introduced Trump.

“You’re about to pay full price for fancy colleges when they’re all just University of Phoenix online with worse tech support,” she warned the students.

Trump, who described himself as the son of “a simple, wealthy slumlord” who became “a billionaire and president,” honored the graduating class and offered a glimpse into their future among the workforce.

“There are so many exciting new jobs out there, like grocery store bouncer, cam girl, porch pirate, amateur nurse and coal,” he said. “Surround yourself with the worst people you can find, that way you’ll always shine.”

The episode, hosted by “SNL” alumna Kristen Wiig, featured a guest appearance from another former cast member, Tina Fey, who returned to Weekend Update alongside Colin Jost and Michael Che offering a more positive spin on the current crisis.

“For example, I’m getting to spend so much more time with my [online] passwords,” she said. “All my passwords are a little bit different and beautiful in their own way and I see that now.”

The episode also featured a public service announcement in the form of a music video urging parents to “let kids drink” during the pandemic, with one benefit being getting them to bed earlier. “It’s not like they can drive,” cast members sang.

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