No, it’s not what you think. While there are new reports that say Alec Baldwin is living in a separate house from his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, that doesn’t mean they are having any marital difficulties at the time.
In fact, it’s quite the opposite as Hilaria’s recent Spanish heritage scandal has actually brought the couple closer. Instead, the 62-year-old actor has elected to live in a rental in order to protect his family from Covid-19. Here’s what you need to know.
Alec Baldwin Living In Separate House From Wife Hilaria Baldwin
Alec has been staying in a house outside of New York City by himself in order to quarantine himself before heading back home to Hilaria and the couple’s five children. Just last month the actor opened up about his having to quarantine away from his wife and their five children.
“I’m here in this guesthouse that’s near our house, that I’m staying in when I’m quarantining,” the former “30 Rock” star said in an Instagram video. “I go into New York and work a little bit and come back and have to quarantine here for a few days. It’s not a lot of fun.”
Meanwhile, the woman who outed Hilaria for apparently not telling the truth about her supposed Spanish heritage says that she has not regrets for what she did.
In a new interview with The Daily Mail, the woman says that while she definitely doesn’t have any regrets, she points out that Hilaria’s behavior has been rather offensive to many people.
Alec Baldwin’s wife was force to admit that her real name is Hilary and not Hilaria and that she was born in Boston and not in Spain, which was previously assumed and reported
Leni Briscoe tweeted out last week, “You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to her decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person,” which forced the entire world to put on their Carmen San Diego hats and investigate who Hilaria really is.
During television appearances, she has spoken with a pronounced Spanish accent, and on one occasion during a cooking segment she even seemingly forgot the English word for ‘cucumber.’
“It’s offensive and wrong to pretend you’re an immigrant and that you speak English as a second language and appropriate the actual experience that actual immigrant women have. That’s not what happened,” Briscoe told the Daily Mail.
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