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Friday 22 August 2014

Alec Baldwin fiancee wants 'simple wedding'

Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Thomas

Alec Baldwin's fiancée Hilaria Thomas wants to keep the "drama" to a minimum on her wedding day.

The 54-year-old actor and the yoga instructor, 28, announced their engagement this month.

Hilaria is elated to get started with wedding planning, but she doesn't desire the affair to be too lavish an event.

"[I get to have] whatever I want?!" Hilaria gushed to E! Online. "Something really simple, I don't like drama."

Hilaria doesn't require a hen night. She hopes that future husband Alec will keep his bachelor party revelry healthy and tame.

"With my guy, I don't need a bachelorette party," Hilaria shared. "You guys can do yoga [at Alec's bachelor party]! Yoga with carrot sticks."

Hilaria was deeply moved by Alec's proposal.

"[Alec] was very romantic. He got down on his knee, and I don't remember the rest because I started crying," she revealed. "See! I'm a blushing bride. Look what you're doing to me. You're turning me into one of those cheesy brides!"

This will be Alec's second marriage after his nine-year union with actress Kim Basinger came to an end in 2002. They have a 16-year-old daughter, Ireland, together.

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