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Baldwin: Everything’s fine in the bedroom!

Published 02/09/2015

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin

Alec Baldwin has dismissed claims that he and wife Hilaria sleep in separate bedrooms.

The former 30 Rock star has been married to the yoga instructor for three years and together they have two children. Recent reports claimed that the couple were on the verge of splitting and were sleeping in separate rooms, but the 57-year-old has dismissed the speculation.

“Honey, I love you, you’re so patient and you’re wonderful. Even though we’re splitting up and have a horrible sex life,” he joked to his spouse while chatting to Extra at the 15th Annual USTA Opening Night Gala, which he was hosting.

The couple have daughter Carmen, two and son Rafael, who was born in June. Far from being isolated from each other in bed, Alec and Hilaria have to contend with their offspring sharing their space during the night.

“He so much wants to stay in the room,” Hilaria added. “The other night when I had both Rafa and Carmen with me and Carmen was kicking him out of the bed, he slept on the dog bed on the floor, and I kept on being like, ‘Honey are you okay? There’s a couch right there. Do you want to go to the couch?’ He’s like, ‘No, I’m fine, I’m on the dog bed.’”

Alec has been prone to angry outbursts from time to time in front of the media, but it seems he’s a real softie at heart and is unwilling to leave his wife’s side.

“I don’t want to leave her alone, 'cause not every night, but many nights, both of our children are climbing all over her at like 3 o’clock in the morning,” he added.

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