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Alec Baldwin shares snaps from time filming in Northern Ireland

Alec Baldwin (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)
Alec Baldwin (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)

Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin has been sharing pictures from his time in Northern Ireland.

The 30 Rock star is currently over here filming comedic thriller Pixie, starring Olivia Cooke.

Directed by Oscar nominee Barnaby Thompson and written by Preston Thompson, Pixie will shoot in and around Belfast for seven weeks with additional photography in the West of Ireland.

Baldwin (61) revealed he had swapped Hollywood for Holywood when he shared a picture of his Co Down base, Culloden Estate and Spa, on Instagram.

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Culloden. Not Montauk. The other one...

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"Culloden. Not Montauk. The other one..." he captioned an Instagram post, referencing the small peninsula of the same name located in New York sate.

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Rush hour in the North of Ireland...

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Sharing a video of a lamb running alongside his car, Baldwin joked that it was "rush hour in the north of Ireland".

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Solicitors, lifts, Guinness, chips... Belfast.

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The New York native attempted to sum up Northern Ireland's capital city, captioning a picture taken on High Street: "Solicitors, lifts, Guinness, chips... Belfast."

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Sunset over the North of Ireland...

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On Wednesday evening, Baldwin captured and shared the "sunset over the north of Ireland" with his 1.2million followers.

Baldwin paused his Northern Ireland photo spam only to announce that his wife, Hilaria (35), is pregnant with the couple's fifth child just five months after suffering a miscarriage.

"Well, I am delighted to say, 'Uno mas Baldwinito.' God is good," wrote the actor.

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