Hilaria Baldwin Posts Family Snap With Alec Baldwin On Instagram Story Ahead Of Highly Anticipated Tell-All Interview
Hilaria Baldwin is sticking by her family during the difficult times.
In the aftermath of the tragedy that occurred on the Rust film set back in October, the mom-of-six has been spending time with her kiddos alongside her husband Alec Baldwin.
The 63-year-old dad was working on the film set when cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed by a prop gun that was mysteriously loaded with live ammunition. Director of the Western, Joel Souza was also injured by a bullet wound to the shoulder.
On Thursday, December 2, Alec’s wife, 37 posted a cute mirror selfie with her hubby and four of the pair’s children. Together the couple share six children in total: Carmen, 8, Rafael, 6, Leonardo, 5, Romeo, 3, Eduardo, 1, and Lucia, who was born earlier this year.
“Four baldwinitos and a dada,” the text on the pic read. While the yoga guru appeared to be all smiles in her Instagram Story, Alec looked solemn as he posed with his kids.
The appearance on Hilaria’s ‘gram comes just hours before the 30 Rock alum’s interview with George Stephanopoulos will air on ABC on Thursday night.
The primetime special will mark Alec’s first formal interview since the disaster that occured on the Rust set on October 21. Stephanopoulos revealed on Good Morning America on Wednesday that the conversation was “the most intense” interview he has done in his ABC career.
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“He was so raw, as you can imagine he was devastated, but he was also very candid, he was forthcoming, he answered every question,” the talk show host explained. “He talked about Halyna Hutchins, meeting her family as well, and he talked in detail about what happened on the set that day.”
As OK! previously reported, a preview for the highly-anticipated special showed Alec claiming that he never pulled the trigger on the loaded gun.
“The trigger wasn’t pulled. I didn’t pull the trigger,” he said. “I would never point a gun at someone and pull the trigger on them, never.”
He also mentioned that he had “no idea” how a live bullet was even on the film set that day, insisting, “Someone put a live bullet in a gun. A bullet that wasn’t even supposed to be on the property.”
It is still unclear what exactly occurred on the film set to cause the devastating accident, but investigators have previously stated that they were focusing on Alec, along with the film’s assistant director David Halls and lead armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, who also handled the firearm during the scene.
An attorney for Halls appeared on GMA on Thursday morning, seemingly confirming that Alec never pulled the trigger on the prop gun.
“The entire time, Baldwin had his finger outside the trigger guard, parallel to the barrel. [Halls] told me since day one he thought it was a misfire,” attorney Lisa Torraco said on the talk show.
Alec’s interview with Stephanopoulos is set to air Thursday, December 2 at 8:00 pm EST.