Hilaria Baldwin spoke out amid questions from fans about her accent and heritage, revealing that there was some stuff that needs to be clarified. Rumors swirled on social media about the 36-year-old’s roots after a tweet surfaced accusing her of a decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person.
Hilaria Baldwin admitted in an Instagram post and video that her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston, in Massachusetts, not Spain. Her parents and siblings live in Spain and she chose to live in the USA.
They celebrate both cultures in their home, she and Alec Baldwin are raising their children bilingual, just as she said she was raised. This is very important to her, and understands that her story is a little different but is very proud of it.”
Twitter users remembered Hilaria Baldwin doing TV appearances in which she spoke with a pronounced accent. On one occasion, highlighted in the Twitter chatter, she even appeared to forget the English word for cucumber.
Also, Hilaria Baldwin is listed as an alum of the Cambridge School of Weston, a private school in Weston, Massachusetts, while she told Motherhood, Marriage & Miscarriages in an April interview that she moved to New York from Spain at 19 and never left.
Hilaria Baldwin later posted some photos of herself growing up on her Instagram Stories as well as a screenshot of a text message conversation with her brother written in Spanish. She ended with a video saying that she will be taking a break from Instagram.