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Hilaria Baldwin Posts Semi-Naked Pregnant Selfie Because It's Her Damn Body

Sometimes, we can’t help but laugh when someone good-naturedly throws their husband under the bus. Especially when that husband has made a questionable comment about their wife’s pregnant body or fashion choice. Especially, especially when that husband is someone like Alec Baldwin, and he totally had it coming.

Hilaria Baldwin spent the weekend posting beautiful pictures of how her four kids have been social distancing on their massive estate in the Hamptons and included a photo of herself, standing pregnant and barefoot on the green grass in a loose floral dress.

“I told my husband to get used to the fact that I’ve decided I’m embracing the muumuus this pregnancy… and the whole barefoot thing,” she wrote.

Apparently, Alec Baldwin protested her fashion choice, because a few hours later, she posted a photo of herself in just a black lacy bra and underwear, showing off her growing bump.

“My husband said I was ‘unrecognizable’ in my [muumuu],” she wrote. “So here we are, in case you couldn’t tell too 😂… also: for all of you who are asking how far along I am: we are halfway there! Ps: not giving up my muumuu, AB…get used to it.”

Damn, straight, lady! AB, stay in your lane and refrain from fashion commentary. Hilaria can show or cover her body as much as she likes, especially as it’s doing the incredible work of growing a baby after two miscarriages.

And in case you’re interested in copying her fashion, whether you’re pregnant or not, she told followers that she bought the muumuu on Amazon for $9. We’re pretty sure it’s this one.

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