It was a family affair at the The Boss Baby: Family Business premiere in New York City on Tuesday, June 22, as Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria brought all six of their children to walk the red carpet — with all of them dressed up like the Boss Baby himself.
The mom-and-dad duo looked cozy as they posed in matching black suits on the red carpet. The 30 Rock actor stars in the animated film, which opens in theaters July 2, as the titular character. This flick is the sequel to 2017's The Boss Baby, in which the 63-year-old also stars.
All eight family members, including the couple's six children together — daughters Carmen Gabriela, 7, and María Lucía Victoria, 3 months, and sons Rafael Thomas, 6, Leonardo Ángel Charles, 4, Romeo Alejandro David, 3, and Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas, 9 months — charmed the photographers in their matching looks. Sons Leonardo & Romeo looked ever so cool in their Rayban Eyewear shades.
The 37-year-old podcaster took to her Instagram to show off her adorable brood at the world premiere, captioning one photo, "Some Bossy Baldwinitos...zoom in-each face is priceless." The proud mom also shared stories on her Instagram of the behind-the-scenes action of getting all six kids in their Boss Baby best.
The Boss Baby: Family Business takes place several years after the initial film and "finds Tim (James Marsden) and Ted drifting apart due to their very different lives. While Ted became a successful hedge fund CEO, Tim is married to wife Carol (Eva Longoria) and has a whip-smart 7-year-old daughter named Tabitha."
This happy event comes as Alec bravely admitted that he has been struggling with obsessive-compulsive disorder. As OK! previously reported, during an episode of he and his wife's podcast, "What's One More?," he shared, "OCD is something I personally struggle with. I'm grateful to Howie [Mandel] for opening up at a time when few people were talking about this publicly, and there was even more of a stigma about OCD and mental health than there is today.”
He continued, “It's through empathy, understanding and being kinder to one another, that we can finally remove the stigma and change the narrative."