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Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin wearing jeans while she still can

Published 09/05/2016

Hilaria Baldwin
Hilaria Baldwin

Hilaria Baldwin keeps in shape by doing yoga and staying active while pregnant.

Hilaria Baldwin is wearing jeans as much as she can, before her baby bump forces her to stop.

The yoga teacher is expecting her third child with actor husband Alec Baldwin, with the new arrival joining the couple’s young children Carmen, two, and Rafael, who turns one next month.

While she pretty much lives in workout wear, Hilaria knows she’ll soon only be able to fit into comfy clothes and not much else.

“Not a lot,” she said when instyle.com asked her how her style has changed since becoming a mother. “I wore yoga clothes before, I wear yoga clothes now. Though as we speak, I'm actually wearing jeans. Can you believe that? I'm wearing jeans. I figure I better get my jeans in until I can't wear them anymore.”

Despite being about halfway through her pregnancy, Hilaria remains in great shape. Her bump may be growing, but the 32-year-old has been showing off her toned arms and legs, and admits yoga and an active lifestyle keep her looking so good.

“My life before was living in a yoga studio just teaching, teaching, teaching all day, and now I still teach, but not as much. I get on the floor with my kids, or I throw my sneakers on and go for a run or go take a ballet bar class or a yoga class,” she listed. “My entire day I’m as active as I can be. I have my writing period (for book The Living Clearly Message), and the rest of it I'm running around everywhere.”

Hilaria came under fire last week (ends06May16) after posting a bikini photo of her and daughter Carmen. Critics blasted the “perfectly shameless” shots as “not real”.

She hit back in a lengthy post of her own, pointing out that the photos had no filter or retouching, and the only make-up she had on was “a little mascara”.

"Can't we all just support each other?" she vented.

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