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Hilaria Baldwin Talks About Being Shamed for Having a Child Via Surrogacy

Hilaria Baldwin won’t be shamed for having a child via surrogacy. She gave birth to six of her seven children but that doesn’t mean daughter Lucia, who was born via surrogate, is “any less” hers.

Hilaria Baldwin Talks About Being Shamed for Having a Child Via Surrogacy
Hilaria Baldwin with six of her kids

During Sunday’s episode of her “Witches Anonymous” podcast, the yoga instructor spoke candidly about using a surrogate to welcome Lucia. Lucia was born in February 2021 following “two public miscarriages” in 2019.

After clarifying that “there are many different ways to become a parent,” she said, “I don’t have a difference between my daughter that was born via surrogacy and my six other children that I carried.”

“There’s no difference,” the 38-year-old insisted. “And people assume that I’m less of a mom, that she’s less of my daughter. She is just as attached to me as all my other ones.”

Hilaria who welcomed her seventh child with husband Alec Baldwin, 64, this past September noted, “We’re considered to be breeders in many ways and this is me, who has seven kids but I understand that the historical connection of women is breeder. And if you cannot breed in the traditional way, or you do not want to breed in the traditional way, people think that they have a right to talk about it.”

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The podcaster went on to share that was “shamed” for choosing “the surrogacy route,” as many made her feel like an “outcasted person” who had carried successfully many times before.

“There’s no difference,” Hilaria insisted, adding that Lucia “is just as attached to [her] as all [her] other ones.”

“They don’t know my story because I have yet to share it with people,” she explained. “And one of the reasons I didn’t share it with people is they were not very nice about it. It made me so sad the feeling of judgment. And on such innocence.”


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Charis Ebiaghian

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