Hilaria Baldwin posted photos of her husband Alec Baldwin and her young children in Halloween costumes Sunday after a recent shooting in New Mexico in which he was involved, which left film photographer Halyna Hutchins dead.
“Parenting through this has been an intense experience, to say the least,” Hilaria Baldwin wrote along with a video and photos of her husband and children in costumes. “Today we gathered to give them a holiday. Last my costumes … a little hodge-podge … but they were so happy and it warmed my mother’s heart.”
Hilaria continued to post emojis that showed her children gave them love. She also issued a heart and a pumpkin emoji to celebrate Halloween.
The Instagram post comes a day after Baldwins spoke to photographers in Vermont when Alec said he cooperates with police and has spoken to them every day. Baldwin maintained that he could not comment on the active investigation.
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“It’s an active investigation in the form of a woman dead, she was my friend,” Baldwin said.
“We were a very, very well-oiled team that recorded a movie together, and then this awful event happened,” he added.
Baldwin admitted fatal shooting on the set is a “one-in-a-trillion event.”
“There are random accidents on film from time to time, but nothing like this,” he said. “This is an episode of one out of a trillion. It’s one out of a trillion event.”
Baldwin said he is “extremely interested” in limiting the use of firearms on the set after the fatal incident.
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In the days after the deadly shooting, Hilaria was seen driving her husband around in a posh ski town. At one point, she may even be seen hiding her head from photographers as the duo tried to keep a low profile amid investigations into Alec’s involvement in an unintentional shooting episode that left cinematographer Halyna Hutchins dead.
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Fox News’ Lauryn Overhultz and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.