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Alec Baldwin: 'Baby number four would be too stressful'

Published 11/04/2016

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin

Alec Baldwin wants wife Hilaria to "have some time off" from having babies once their third child is born.

Actor Alec Baldwin wife Hilaria have no plans to expand their brood any further once their third child arrives later this year (16).

The former 30 Rock star and his spouse announced the happy news they were expecting another little boy together in March (16), just nine months after they welcomed their second child, son Rafael.

The pregnancy came as a bit of a surprise to the 58-year-old, who also has daughter Carmen, two, with Hilaria, and he is happy with calling it a day once their latest bundle of joy arrives in September.

"We had our daughter and we said, ‘How could another one of these be wrong?’ Then we had our son, and we said, ‘How could another one of these be wrong?'” he told People magazine. “But now we’re thinking, if we had another one, it wouldn’t be wrong, but it would be very stressful. We’re very lucky, we’re very happy.”

The couple can't wait to welcome its newest addition to the family, but Alec is keen for yoga teacher Hilaria, 32, to take a break from being pregnant.

"I’m very excited, but I want my wife to have some time off,” he said, to which his wife replied: "I told him we need to put a TV in our bedroom.”

Joking aside, Alec wants to help his other half, who he married in June 2012, relax as much as possible after she will have given birth to three children in the space of three years.

"I just worry about my wife and I want her to rest,” he said. “So after this is over, we’re going to work hard and play hard. A lot of vacations.”

Alec also has 20-year-old daughter Ireland from his first marriage to actress Kim Basinger.

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