Hilaria Baldwin just gave birth to her fifth child with husband Alec Baldwin — and is already considering adding another kid to the brood.
The Baldwins share daughter Carmen, 7, and sons Rafael, 5, Leonardo, 4, Romeo, 3 and newborn son, Eduardo. When asked about expanding their family even further, Hilaria told Us Weekly, “Maybe!”
“My kids are like, ‘Mommy, you have a baby in your belly?,” she added, “I was like, ‘Absolutely not.’ He’s three weeks old, absolutely not right now. We’ll see.”
She went on to gush over her youngest, sharing, “I think when you’re the fifth child, you have to go with the flow. He’s a good baby. I’m so grateful and happy that … all of my little complaints don’t add up to how amazing it is, but it’s a lot. School started literally at the same time he was born and we’re still doing homeschool.”
As for husband Alec, the 62-year-old father of six — including eldest daughter Ireland, 24, whom he shares with ex-wife, Kim Basinger — is no longer interested in trying to give his wife another daughter, something the couple was previously hoping to accomplish.
“I tell people my wife is a collector. Some people collect cars, some people collect watches, artwork. My wife collects babies. She likes babies,” he joked on the Sept. 23 episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” “When the baby gets to be 3 years old, when they’re not the vending machine of joy they used to be, we look at each other and say, ‘Time to have another!’”
When asked about having more children and yearning for another baby girl, Alec claims he is “not going to keep trying, no, I’m done trying.”
“It’s either going to be fine or my wife’s going to get remarried, one or the other. She’s going to marry a guy who produces girls.”