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Hilaria Baldwin and husband Alec Baldwin were spotted out and about with their three oldest sons while out and about in Manhattan on Wednesday.
The celebrity couple were seen taking their three eldest sons Raphael, seven, Leonardo, six, and Romeo, four, out for a walk.
The 64-year-old Oscar-nominated actor wore a sangria polo shirt with black trousers and black shoes, wearing a silver watch.
The latest: Hilaria Baldwin, 38, and husband Alec Baldwin, 64, were spotted out and about with their three oldest sons while out and about in Manhattan on Wednesday. She was holding hands with sons Leonardo, six, and Romeo, four
Hilaria, 38, wore an ash gray maternity skirt with sandals and brown tinted sunglasses, with her shoulder-length black locks parted in a part.
Raphael was seen wearing a Baltimore Ravens jersey and jerseys as he sat on his father’s shoulders while Leonardo and Romeo held hands with their mother. Leonardo wore a light blue polo shirt and navy blue shorts, while Romeo wore a Spiderman T-shirt with black shorts.
The yoga expert is expecting her seventh child with actor Glengarry Glenn Ross. They are also parents to daughters Carmen, nine, and Maria Lucia, one, and Eduardo, two; Alec is also father to model Ireland Baldwin, 26, with ex-wife Kim Basinger, 68.
The actor was seen days after a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled he was primarily responsible for firing a loaded gun in the fatal shooting of cameraman Halina Hutchins while filming Rust in New Mexico last October, as part of ongoing legal proceedings on the matter.
The Oscar-nominated actor, 64, wore a sangria polo shirt with black trousers and black shoes, wearing a silver watch
The actor was seen days after a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled he was primarily responsible for firing a loaded gun in the fatal shooting of cameraman Halina Hutchins while filming Rust in New Mexico. Pictured after the shooting on October 21, 2021
The decision is part of a lawsuit filed by Mamie Mitchell against Rust Movie Productions LLC, Thomasville Pictures LLC and the film’s producers, alleging that they, Baldwin and others on the team were negligent in their negligence of safety issues on set .
According to DeadlineJudge Michael E. Whittaker said in a Sept. 16 ruling, “While [Rust script supervisor Mamie] Mitchell claims the producers assisted Baldwin by supplying the loaded weapon, Mitchell’s claims fail to establish that the producers knew Baldwin would aim and fire the loaded weapon … so they would be jointly liable for his intentional behavior.
“Mitchell’s claims will show the opposite to be true: the only person who knew Baldwin was going to fire the weapon was Baldwin.”
As a result of the ruling, Mitchell’s charges of assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress were dropped from the case, in which Baldwin remains a defendant. A Nov. 1 hearing will determine whether Mitchell’s claims against Baldwin will remain in the case, according to the outcome.
Investigators with the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office are continuing their investigation into the Oct. 21, 2021, shooting, which has spawned multiple lawsuits, including a wrongful-death lawsuit by Hutchins’ widow and relatives.
Baldwin said ABC last December that he “didn’t pull the trigger” when holding the gun he fired. He said he pointed the gun off-camera at Hutchins’ direction: “I would never point a gun at someone and pull the trigger on them. Never.
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