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No more kids for Alec Baldwin

Published 02/10/2016

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin isn't planning to have any more children.

Alec Baldwin is happy to shut down the baby factory after four kids.

The actor and his wife Hilaria recently became parents for a third time when baby son Leonardo was born, and Baldwin has an adult daughter, model Ireland, from his marriage to Kim Basinger.

And that'll do!

Alec revealed there are no plans for more babies in the future, telling news show Extra, "I say we’re done."

The actor's admission comes after he admitted during an interview earlier this year he wanted to take a break from procreating, explaining: "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?' 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 actor transformed himself into U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump for skits on this weekend's (01Oct16) Saturday Night Live, and jokes he only took the role, which he will play on the sketch show throughout the election season, because Trump liked the idea of Baldwin portraying him.

"That’s what I wanted to do, I wanted to make his wish come true...," he smiled. "So when they asked me, I said, 'I'm only going to do this for Donald'. I'm doing it for him."

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