"She wants Carmen to have a little sister," Alec Baldwin told Ellen DeGeneres of wife Hilaria during a visit to DeGeneres' talk show on Monday

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February 04, 2019 12:00 PM

Six might be the magic number for Alec Baldwin‘s kid count!

The Match Game host, 60, paid a visit to Ellen DeGeneres on the set of her daytime talk show Monday, where he opened up about how his wife Hilaria was hoping for another sibling to join their four kids.

“I think she wants one more,” said Baldwin of his wife after joking about how the couple had 11 strollers in their home at one point to wrangle sons Romeo Alejandro David, 8 months, Leonardo Ángel Charles, 2, and Rafael Thomas, 3½, plus daughter Carmen Gabriela, 5.

“She wants to have a girl. She wants Carmen to have a little sister,” added the actor, who’s also dad to 23-year-old daughter Ireland from his previous relationship with Kim Basinger.

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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
Alec Baldwin
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While it’s unknown whether the spouses have discussed names for any future Baldwinitos, the Saturday Night Live actor did reveal that he and Hilaria, 35, have a bit of a different approach to pronouncing son Romeo’s moniker.

“It’s Ro-MAY-oh,” he said, explaining that he uses the Spanish pronunciation to make up for the fact that he’s not bilingual in English and in Spanish, like his wife and daughter Carmen — the latter of whom teases him a bit about it, while Hilaria corrects him.

“My wife is like, ‘No, Alec, it’s RO-mee-oh,’ ” Baldwin recalled.

Alec Baldwin and Ellen DeGeneres
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Baldwin admitted that despite his role as President Donald Trump on SNL winning him multiple awards, including an Emmy, his kids are “a little sick of it.”

But it still makes for some hilarious conversations at home. “Whatever you teach them is something they shouldn’t do, they immediately assign that horrible thing to Trump,” he said of the siblings.

“My son will look at me and go, ‘Does Trump pick his nose, Dad?’ And I go, ‘Yes, he does,’ ” Baldwin joked. ” ‘This is a horrible thing to do.’ “

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