The tragic shooting incident that took place on the set of Joel Souza’s movie Rust nearly a year ago is still fresh in Hilaria and Alec Baldwin’s minds, and they are still trying to come out from the grips of this tragedy. Unfortunately, cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed when a prop gun containing live bullets went off and struck her in the chest before going on to strike director Joel Souza in the clavicle.
Hilaria Baldwin reveals that she and Alec Baldwin are still “not okay” a year after the fatal shooting. Hilaria took a deep breath before diving into how the family feels about the tragedy in the trailer for an Extra interview when she was asked about it.
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Hilaria Baldwin & Alec Baldwin Still Struggles With The Shooting Tragedy
A preview of Hilaria Baldwin‘s upcoming interview with the TV show Extra revealed that she and her husband, Alec Baldwin, 64, are still struggling emotionally a year after a tragic accident that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
The author said in the trailer of the interview,
“We’re not okay. We can’t be okay. No one’s okay. It was and is a tragedy that nobody could ever have imagined.”
She expressed her feelings with a deep breath and held back her tears.
Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed on October 21, 2021, after a prop gun held by Alec Baldwin discharged live rounds. The actor maintains that he did not pull the trigger or have anything to do with what happened; however, director Joel Souza was also wounded in the incident. As a mark of respect, Alec Baldwin posted a tribute to Hutchins in October, a year after she passed away.
Despite the ongoing criminal investigation by Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office, Baldwin and other Rust producers recently settled a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Hutchins’ widower Matthew earlier this year. The team agreed to complete the movie with Halyna Hutchins’s husband, Matthew Hutchins, now on board as an executive producer, along with the settlement. He also remarked that his wife’s death was a terrible accident.
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Hilaria Baldwin Opened Up About Her Second Miscarriage
The author Hilaria Baldwin has revealed that she suffered her second miscarriage at four months pregnant back in 2019. Daily Mail reported that Alec Baldwin’s wife spoke on the Witches Anonymous podcast about miscarrying during her four-month pregnancy.
“I started to scream. I just didn’t know what to do. I walked many, many, many blocks. I was just crying and walking.”
The 38-year-old author said that she had a “weird feeling” on her ultrasound appointment day as she “couldn’t feel the baby” movements.
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin, the parents of Carmen, 9; Rafael, 7; Leonardo, 6; Romeo, 4; Eduardo, 2; Lucia, 1; and Ilaria, two months, had already told their eldest child and the public about their pregnancy. In response, Alec Baldwin’s wife posted an emotional video with Carmen on her social media accounts to inform her followers about the tragedy.
That same year, she suffered a separate miscarriage, which led to her decision to welcome daughter Lucia with the help of a surrogate. Baldwin referred to both babies as her “Rainbow babies” – a term given to babies born after losing another, be it miscarriage or stillbirth.
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