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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin welcome son Leonardo

Published 13/09/2016

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin

Hilaria Baldwin introduced her newborn son Leonardo on social media, admitting welcoming him into the world was "such a special day".

Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria have welcomed their second son together.

The couple announced the happy news on social media, revealing that Leonardo Angel Charles Baldwin made his big entrance at 6.51pm on Monday (12Sep16) in New York.

“We are so pleased to introduce you to our new baby, Leonardo Angel Charles Baldwin. It was such a special day bringing him into this world,” Hilaria wrote alongside a snap of herself holding the newborn.

Alec and Hilaria are parents to three-year-old Carmen and 14-month-old Rafael together, while the actor also has 20-year-old daughter Ireland from his first marriage to Kim Basinger.

The couple confirmed the pregnancy news back in March (16) - just nine months after Rafael's birth.

"(We) are excited to share with you that we are going to have another addition to our family," Hilaria wrote alongside a photo of the couple sharing a kiss in a city street as she held a pale blue teddy bear. "A little boy coming this fall."

Hilaria has always been creative in the ways she has chosen to share the happy news of her pregnancy in the past.

To announce the impending arrival of Rafael, she chose a photograph which featured Alec down on one knee holding Carmen up to her mum's bare stomach. Their little girl, looking cute in a pink coat and matching hat, was shown gently touching her belly while Hilaria looked on, holding the leads for the family's two dogs.

"The sun has set on 2014 and on my year of daily #hilariaypd ....2015 is going to be very exciting as we are thrilled to announce we are expecting another little addition to our family!" she wrote at the time.

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