Alec Baldwin tells fan ‘shut the f**k up’ for asking how wife Hilaria welcomed newborn five months after son Edu

ALEC Baldwin told fans to "shut the f**k up" for asking how his wife, Hilaria, welcomed a newborn just five months after their son, Edu.

The 37-year-old shocked fans when she shared a picture with six children instead of five.

After Hilaria announced they had another child, fans were left scratching their heads as she had only giving birth to their son, Edu, five months ago.

One fan wrote: "My first response was like, 'Yikes' but it's not my business and if they can love and support all of these children, then God bless them."

To which the Saturday Night Live comedian wrote: "I believe that people should simply say congratulations, or just shut the f**k up. That's it."

A second fan actually stood up for the couple and wrote: "Wish I knew why people are so mean … I can't have children and love watching the way they interact with theirs. As far as the Spanish who cares, everyone I work with is Spanish and they call me Elena instead of Katie … I don't care, why should anyone else.

"It's not pretending to be something else. It is a personal preference, everyone has a nickname."

To which Alec responded: "Because, basically, they're not very smart. Americans are people who know less about how to live a peaceful, healthy life than most of the civilized world."

And a third fan didn't fall on his good graces as they commented: "Who's the mother? She wasn't pregnant. She gave birth six months ago. If it was a surrogate, just say that. If the baby was adopted, just say that.

"If the baby is a product of an affair and you've decided to raise it with your wife just say that. If you don't want to say anything, why don't you both stop constantly posting and begging for clickbait. Just raise your 100 children in private."

To which the actor went off on and said: "You should shut the f**k up and mind your business."

Just yesterday, Hilaria and Alec shocked fans as they announced they had welcomed a sixth child into their family.

Hilaria simply captioned the photo, which Alec had taken, with "7" and a red heart emoji.

Along with their newest baby, the couple also share daughter Carmen Gabriela, 7, and sons Rafael, 5, Leonardo, 4, Romeo, 2, and Edu, 5 months.

Alec is also dad to 25-year-old daughter Ireland from his previous marriage to Kim Basinger.

Hilaria, who has been in hot water lately after “faking” her Spanish background for years, had just given birth to her son Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas in September.

The author announced the birth of her and Alec's fifth child together a few months ago, writing: "We had a baby last night. He is perfect and we couldn’t be happier. Stay tuned for a name."

She then added, along with a snap of the bundled-up baby: "We would love to introduce you to Eduardo Pau Lucas Baldwin. Born Sept 8, 2020 at 7:46pm he weighed 7lbs 8oz. 

"His name means 'wealthy guardian of peace and light.' We love you baby Edu."

The mom had previously lost two pregnancies to miscarriage before welcoming Edu.

Alec and Hilaria announced they were expecting their fifth child together back in April – just four months after suffering a second miscarriage.

A month after Edu's birth, Hilaria told People that "during times of COVID, it very much feels like we're done" expanding the family.

She continued at the time: "Everybody's asking me this question. I don't know. I've said in the past that I was done when I wasn't done.

"I think, right now, I'm so tired, and I feel, just with COVID — it's just insanity."

The yoga instructor added: "My kids are used to new siblings coming in, so they're already like, 'When is the next one going to come?'

"And I'm like, 'Guys, you and the entire world need to stop asking me that!'"

At the end of last year, users on Twitter started claiming Hilaria, whose maiden name is Thomas, has been using a fake Spanish accent in interviews.

One user captioned a video of Hilaria, 36, speaking in a Spanish accent on Good Morning America after she married Alec in 2012: “Fake Spanish accent debut – this woman grew up in Massachusetts.”

As Twitter speculation continued, Hilaria posted a video on Instagram to defend herself against the claims.

She said, despite previously claiming she moved to America when she was 19: “There’s been some questions about where I’m born, I’m born in Boston. I’ve spent some of my childhood in Boston, some of my childhood in Spain.

"My family, my brother, my parents, my nephew, everyone is over there in Spain now. I’m here. There was a lot of back and forth my entire life.”

Husband Alec branded the claims about Hilaria's heritage "just a load of s**t," in a furious rant online.

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