Hilaria Baldwin isn't letting people think her pregnancy is bogus.
The 38-year-old took to her Instagram stories on Wednesday to call out online trolls who have been suggesting she actually isn't pregnant. Currently, Hilaria is expecting her seventh child with her husband, actor Alec Baldwin.
"My friends made a good point about my belly...it kind of looks fake...like I ate a ball," the yoga instructor, entrepreneur and author wrote as on-screen text to accompany her selfie. "I guess the psycho conspiracy theorists online, with way too much time on their hands, have somewhat of a point here."
In the snap, Baldwin wore an olive green leopard print maxi dress and carried a Louis Vuitton tote on her shoulder, adding silver hoop earrings, bangle bracelets, a shiny necklace and some rings. She also paired the outfit with black flip flops and pink nude nails.
"Now you guys can go shares links and theories as to what kind of ball it was that I ate...hope you come up with options that taste good," Baldwin joked. "Please have something positive in your rants."
She ended the text for her first photo with a witty line: "P.S...chocolate is my fav...maybe it's a chocolate ball."
Baldwin also added a follow-up Instagram story that showed fans a video of her baby kicking her belly.
"As an analytic Capricorn, I have to point out a glitch in the chocolate ball theory: This ball moves," she wrote.
While Baldwin didn't show her face in the video, she rocked the same green maxi dress and and pink nude nails she featured in the first photo.
This isn't the first time that Baldwin has called out her baby bump shamers. Last week, she posted an Instagram story questioning why a man had to comment on her growing stomach.
"Oh, forgot to tell you that at the carnival yesterday an old man working at one of the booths shouted at me: 'I can tell it's twins! That big belly! I know these things!' Self-proclaimed expert. I'm sure he knows from all the babies he's had. I just wave and walk on...who the f— cares? Why is it always men who do this? One baby is popping out of this body. Why argue with an 'expert'?" Baldwin wrote alongside a laughing emoji.
Regarding the negativity she often receives, Baldwin told Today that she usually turns the other cheek.
"Most of the time I just ignore, block, delete," she explained. "Sometimes I like to talk about it on a post if I feel it can help other people learn about bullying...Responding with love, forgiveness, and support are the best I can do."