The mother of six marked Infertility Awareness Week by reflecting on her pregnancy losses.
The actor is explaining his comment about Gillian Anderson "switching accents" on Twitter — and said it's his latest annoyance with the social media site, so he's deactivated his account.
One day after dropping the surprise news that they they had quietly welcomed a sixth child, they shared a closeup shot of their baby girl.
The couple have welcomed a new baby, just sixth months after the birth of son Eduardo.
Baldwin was accused of having faked a Spanish heritage, although she’s actually a white woman born in Boston.
Hilaria Baldwin also got support from stepdaughter Ireland Baldwin as her heritage controversy unfolded.
Husband Alec Baldwin also posted a video hitting out at social media speculation.
Baldwin made it clear she wasn’t upset with the comedian’s joke, just the aftermath, which saw people saying Baldwin didn’t represent what “real moms” look like after pregnancy.
Alec Baldwin, who has weathered more than a few personal storms, had encouraging words for the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" host on Wednesday.
The mother-of-five set the record straight after receiving backlash for sharing a breastfeeding photo to Instagram.
Hilaria Baldwin will break her own pregnancy news — if and when she becomes pregnant again.
Nearly a week after telling fans that her pregnancy was at risk, Baldwin confirmed that a scan found "no heartbeat."
She is expecting her fifth child with husband Alec Baldwin, but says there's a "very, very small" chance of the pregnancy being viable.
Although he’s known to be temperamental, the actor who plays Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live" can also be incredibly mushy.
After welcoming her fourth child with Alec Baldwin, Hilaria Baldwin is sharing one of her least favorite things about pregnancy.
Hilaria Baldwin has been known to post images of her pregnant body, dressed in lingerie, on Instagram—and she's received criticism for it. Here, she argues that her posts are a celebration of maternity and sexiness, and that the two go hand in hand.
Hilaria Baldwin is doing a downward-facing dog. New York's most public yogi isn't doing such things on rooftops anymore. Or on railroad tracks, bulldozers, or helipads. She's on a mat next to me, inviting me to join her. I'm trying to get some zen from the author of The Living Clearly Method ($18; amazon.com), which distills her wellness practices into a five-pronged program for a fitter, happier life. I dread all yoga, but in particular the wrist-wrenching, shoulder-straining maneuver
Health guru Hilaria Baldwin posted an unfiltered photo of her postbaby body — in just a bra and panties — to Instagram as a means of promoting body-confidence.
One of the biggest red carpet trends this year is something that you can’t pick up off the runways of New York, Paris, London or Milan. It’s the baby bump! Seriously, is everyone pregnant? Check out the stylish ways these celebs dressed up their bumps for the red carpet and let us know who you think pulled it off best by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
On Wednesday afternoon, FIT’s Couture Council gathered for its annual luncheon, and for the first time in 10 years, the guest of honor and recipient of the Artistry in Fashion Award was a shoe designer. “Manolo is the first shoe designer to become a superstar,” noted FIT’s president Valerie Steele, while presenter Uma Thurman confided to the crowd that Blahnik was, “the only man who has been with me every step of the way.