Hilaria Baldwin hilariously gave up on getting an orderly family photo with her seven children while celebrating Thanksgiving.
“Happy gratitude day from our epic fail family photo to what is probably yours,” the fitness guru wrote alongside a chaotic Instagram snap Thursday.
“Our love and gratitude to all of you for being wonderful forces of light in our lives,” she continued.
Baldwin, 38, kissed her 1-year-old daughter Lucia’s cheek in the social media upload while sitting beside her husband, Alec Baldwin.
The 30 Rock alum, 64, held son Romeo, 4, on his lap as the little one ate a snack.
Neither Rafael, 7, Leonardo, 6, nor Eduardo, 2, looked at the camera from the couch, although big sister Carmen, 9, smiled with 2-month-old Ilaria resting in her lap.
Hilaria and Alec have been steadily expanding their family since their June 2012 wedding. The actor is also the father of daughter Ireland, 27, with his ex-wife, Kim Basinger.
The model did not appear to celebrate Thanksgiving with her father, instead posting Instagram Story pictures with cousin Alaia Baldwin.
When asked in April about her many half-siblings, Ireland told her Instagram followers that Alec’s growing family is “none of [her] business”.
The actress explained, “People … are kind of alarmingly obsessed with my father and his family. I smoke weed, I eat good food, and I mind MY own business.”
Ireland took a similar stance when Hilaria was accused in December 2020 of faking her Spanish heritage.
“I think it is her business and not my own to discuss her family background and answer your questions,” the Good Times cafe owner wrote in a lengthy Instagram statement.
“I do love my step mom very much. I think she’s a strong, kind and a caring human being,” Ireland added.
Hilaria has gushed about her relationship with her stepdaughter many times over the years, telling Us Weekly in March 2020 that they act “just like girlfriends.”
“I never tried to be her mom,” the “Witches Anonymous” podcast host said at the time. “I think that’s really important.”
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