Hilaria Baldwin stands up to body shamers after posing in her underwear with her baby
36-year-old Hilaria Baldwin has made it clear that she does not stand for body shame.
Baldwin, a yoga expert, went on Instagram Tuesday to have a "conversation" about what happened when Amy Schumer jokingly reposted a photo of Baldwin in underwear with her fifth child, Eduardo. .
Schumer has since taken the picture of Alec Baldwin's wife.
"After a lot of people reached out to me, I decided to reply to the entire photo, making Edu a joke," Baldwin wrote on Instagram, making it clear that while she didn't get the joke at first, it always is Lust for humor.
"My only concern is that it seems to be getting out of hand," Baldwin said in the video, which runs for about four minutes.
The Post brought the conversation, she said, to shame her.
"Does it hurt my feelings when there are some people out there who I don't even know are criticizing why I could post a photo and if I had looked different I would have posted the photo - I really hope so" Baldwin continued. "Because I love to look at photos that support our bodies, our temple we live in around the clock. I love it. No matter what you look like, I love it. When you honor yourself, when you love yourself , I love it."
And inclusivity means everyone, she added.
"There's a whole thing like, 'Oh, mothers don't look like that,'" she said. "Some mothers do. This mother does. And I'm included in the inclusivity."
Baldwin went on to say that she enjoys exercising and putting it in where she can - which can be a challenge with five kids - Carmen, 7; Rafael, 5; Leonardo, 4; and Romeo, 2 and of course baby "Edu" - but she tries to fit it because it makes her feel good.
"If you really go through this thought process of 'Oh, she looks a certain way', yeah, you know what, I look a certain way. This is what I look like," she said in the video opposite .
Baldwin added that she came from shorter people and has made fitness a priority her entire life. "And there is no need for me to apologize - just as there is no need for anyone else to apologize."
"Body inclusiveness means everyone," she continued. She later added, "In 2020 we had so much negativity last year," she said. "Stop it, we're better together."
Schumer commented on the video with an apology: "I'm sorry!" She wrote.
And Baldwin replied to her apology, telling her that she wasn't calling the post office herself, but the answer that some people had to it.
"Girl, don't even apologize!" Baldwin answered. "You always make me laugh? My only intention was to address some of the not-so-namastic behaviors that some people went wild with. You don't have to take responsibility for their actions? Lots of love and easy xoxo."
The Baldwins welcomed their fifth child in September.
"We would like to introduce you to Eduardo Pau Lucas Baldwin," she wrote at the time. "His name means 'wealthy keeper of peace and light'."
Hilaria Baldwin had kept her followers informed throughout her pregnancy journey since she first announced the news in April.
The yoga teacher shared a video on Instagram that shows her pregnancy with the baby's heartbeat audible in the background.
"I'm going to let the baby speak because I don't have the right words to express how this sound makes us feel," she wrote. "I just got the great news that everything is fine and healthy with this little munchkin. I wanted to share that with you. Now we're on again."
The pregnancy announcement came about four months after Hilaria Baldwin announced her second miscarriage in 2019.
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