Hilaria Baldwin was spotted outing with the youngest of the six children she shares with Alec Baldwin, 65, on Friday.
The outing came the day after all charges against her husband were dropped in the accidental shooting of cinematographer Halena Hutchins, 42, on the New Mexico set of Rust.
The busy mom of 39 was dressed in a gray plaid shirt that she wore open over an olive green denim shirt and jeans.
Her locks of brunette hair were loose and windswept. She was wearing sunglasses over her face and holding her phone in one hand.
She pushed a stroller with her youngest child, seven-month-old Ilaria Catalina Irina, while appearing to have slippers on her feet.
OUTING: Hilaria Baldwin, 39, was spotted outing with the youngest of her six children with Alec Baldwin, 65, on Friday
MOM OF SIX: The outing came the day after all charges were dropped against her husband in the accidental shooting of cinematographer Halena Hutchins, 42, on the New Mexico set of Rust.
After the charges against him were dropped, Baldwin took to Instagram to thank his wife Hilaria for helping him navigate the controversy, while posting a bizarre photo of her curled up on his knees.
News arrived the same day that Baldwin and the other members had resumed filming in Montana.
Production came to an abrupt halt in October 2021 when Baldwin fired a live round from a prop gun that killed cinematographer Halena Hutchins on the film’s New Mexico set.
“We are pleased with the decision to dismiss the case against Alec Baldwin and encourage a proper investigation into the facts and circumstances of this tragic incident,” attorneys Luke Nicas and Alex Spiro said in a statement.
Baldwin was charged in January with two counts of manslaughter in connection with Hutchins’ death and wounding of “Rust” director Joel Sousa, who was hit by the same bullet that passed Hutchins.
The case against Baldwin was already winding down. A weapons charge that would have meant a much longer sentence had already been dismissed, and the first special prosecutor appointed to the case had resigned.
This is despite the damning report from the FBI concluding that Alec Baldwin did indeed pull the trigger of the gun that killed the cinematographer on the set of Rust – even though he has repeatedly stated that he didn’t.
The report could still lead to criminal charges against the actor and others involved in the accidental shooting, as Santa Fe cops are still investigating Hutchins’ death.
Bizarre post: The former yoga instructor posted a photo of herself curled awkwardly on husband Alec’s knee Thursday night, just hours after the news leaked.
Timing: Charges against Alec were dropped the same day filming of Rust resumed in Montana
New Mexico prosecutors have faced legal missteps since they filed charges against Baldwin and Gutierrez-Reed in January. The most serious charges against the defendants were dropped in February, and two prosecutors resigned from their posts.
Prosecutors are expected to drop charges against Baldwin in a court hearing as soon as Thursday, said the source, who is familiar with conversations between Baldwin’s defense attorneys and special prosecutors.
New evidence showed that the firearm Baldwin used was modified, the source said, and prosecutors can no longer prove that it required a trigger pull in order to fire.
The two sides were discussing the charges ahead of the May 3 hearing, when a New Mexico judge was scheduled to decide whether Baldwin should be prosecuted.
Liberty: Baldwin was charged in January with two counts of manslaughter in connection with Hutchins’ death and the wounding of “Rust” director Joel Sousa, who was hit by the same bullet that passed Hutchins.
Baldwin was accused of showing “reckless” disregard for safety in Hutchins’ death. He pleaded not guilty in February after prosecutors downgraded the seriousness of the charges, reducing his potential jail time.
He has said in interviews that he was told the gun was safe and that he never pulled the trigger.
After a scathing safety review by New Mexico regulators detailing ignored complaints and missteps prior to Hutchins’ death in October of 2021, the production company agreed to pay a $100,000 fine.
Baldwin’s co-defendant Hannah Gutierrez-Reid and Rust gun maker is still facing charges.