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Inside Alec Baldwin’s ‘Spanish-inspired’ wedding to wife Hilaria


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Amidst the trial, he is also for $18.9 million. The 10,000-square-foot mansion was originally listed for $29 million in September 2022, and it’s still on the market.

The actor reminisced in the Instagram post on marrying his wife with a photo from their wedding. The two had a Spanish-inspired ceremony at New York City’s St. Patrick Old Cathedral.

He wrote in the post: “February 18, 2011. Things were about to change in a big way… Not my wedding anniversary (June 30), but among my favorite photos.”

While Alec is the one in the news as of late, Hilaria, 40, was a topic conversation in recent years. It came to light in 2020 that Hilaria, who led people to believe she was from Spain, was indeed born in Boston under the name Hillary.

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For years, she said she spent a lot of time in Spain growing up and frequently spoke Spanish.

A People story at the time of the couple’s wedding said she wore a “Spanish veil” during the ceremony and the vows were read in both English and Spanish.

Hilaria said of the ceremony: “I liked that I brought in a bit of my culture.”

According to Business Insider, Hilaria’s mother Kathryn Hayward is a fourth-generation Massachusetts resident and father David Thomas once is originally from Nebraska.

Her parents have previously told news outlets they admire and study Spanish culture, and they lived in Mallorca for a while. At the time of the Baldwin’s wedding, Hilaria claimed there were about 40 family members visiting from Spain.

She later told The New York Times she was speaking colloquially, as only her family members to live in Spain were her parents and brother.

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