Alec and Hilaria Baldwin faced backlash after welcoming their seventh child together

aside, however, I am grateful for this experience.”

She explained her thinking further, stating: “I know too well the joys and the losses, the beauty and the heartache, that motherhood brings. I have learned to respect and embrace the wonderful, the hard, the uncomfortable, the magical, and the unknown of this incredible process I am so blessed to experience again and again.”

The couple clearly enjoys their family and is overjoyed with their new child, but not everyone congratulated them. In reality, some people had a lot to say about their baby’s name: Ilaria Catalina Irena Baldwin.

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin are noted for giving their children unusual names, frequently with Spanish origins.

However, once it was revealed that Hilaria is not of Spanish descent – and the ensuing controversy around her alleged employment of a phony Spanish accent and misrepresentation of her heritage in 2020 – some were caught aback by the name they gave to their seventh child.

“Her blatant trying to be Spanish is really quite irritating, why is it okay? Why does she keep trying? Have they really let it go to their heads that much,” someone wrote.

Another person wrote on Twitter: “Fake Spanish name from Boston-born mom,” while a second echoed: “Hilaria & Alec Baldwin had their 7th child. Not one American name, not even a middle name.”

A third said: “Alec Baldwin’s wife faking being Spanish is so crazy. Changing her name from Hillary to Hilaria, naming all 7 of their kids with those roots, pretending to forget the english word for ‘cucumber’, faking an accent. She should’ve changed her name to hilarious instead.”

Some individuals, however, pointed out that Ilaria is actually Italian for “Hilary.” It translates as “joyful,” and it was one of the most popular Italian girl names in 2006.

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