Hilaria Baldwin Multitasks as She Pumps Breastmilk While Drinking Coffee in the Kitchen

Alec Baldwin previously dubbed his wife Hilaria Baldwin a "legend" for her multitasking skills

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Hilaria Baldwin is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at her busy life as a mom.

On Sunday, the What's One More podcast co-host, 37, posted a candid black-and-white photo to Instagram of her pumping breast milk while sipping on a hot beverage.

The mom of six, who currently has two children under one year old, stands in her kitchen for the photo, wearing a pair of jean shorts and an unbuttoned top to reveal her bra and breast pump.

Hilaria captioned the intimate photo with two baby bottle emojis.

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Hilaria shares six children with husband Alec Baldwin: daughters Carmen, 8, and María Lucía Victoria (MariLu), nearly 6 months, plus sons Rafael Thomas, 6, Leonardo Ángel Charles, 4, Romeo Alejandro David, 3, and Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas, who turns 1 next month.

Alec has previously praised his wife for her multitasking abilities, calling her a "legend" in the comments of a photo she posted to Instagram pumping breastmilk while snacking on chips with foils in her hair and a smile on her face.

Alec Baldwin/Instagram
Alec Baldwin/Instagram

Last week, Hilaria shared a message on Instagram for National Rainbow Baby Day, honoring her two youngest children.

"When I lost my babies in 2019, I will always remember thinking my tears would never stop. I will always be sad, they still flow from time to time, and I hold this sadness written permanently in the pages of my life's book," wrote Hilaria. "I also welcome and rejoice in my two rainbow babies, feeling that I am such a lucky mama."

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"We open and heal out loud not only for ourselves, but to let our sisters know that they are not alone," she continued. "My mantra was: I'm not ok, but I want to be ok. This hurts, I want to process, I'll allow myself to vent the pain, and I want to see the beauty in life again."

"I do think that touching such darkness makes us see the light differently —not better—just differently," added Hilaria. "I love you all, I support you all, and may you know that I am with you—there are many of us. you are not alone."

She suffered a miscarriage in April 2019. Months later she conceived again, and at 16 weeks pregnant, Hilaria suffered a pregnancy loss in November 2019. In honor of Infertility Awareness Week this past April, Hilaria shared a candid post about missing her "angels" although she is "so blessed" with her six children, saying, "I think of the babies I lost daily."

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