Hilaria Baldwin Cuts Alec Baldwin’s Hair During Quarantine (While Simultaneously FaceTiming with a Stylist)

Alec Baldwin has joined the growing list of celebs (see Blake Shelton) who are getting an at-home #quarancut from their spouse. Just yesterday, the actor posted a silly video of himself singing while his wife, Hilaria, took a pair of clippers to his head.

It appears Hilaria is FaceTiming a stylist during the haircut (and upon further investigation of her Instagram stories, she was indeed consulting hair stylist Joseph Bennett) throughout. Between holding up her phone and working the clippers, we're impressed by her coordination (though we're not surprised considering the yoga poses she's able to hold). And we must say, the haircut looks pretty darn spiffy—especially considering how shaggy Alec's hair was to start.

In other good news, the Baldwins just announced last month that they are expecting a fifth child together. The Mom Brain podcast co-host, 36, shared a sweet video on her Instagram featuring the baby’s sonogram heartbeat.

For more updates on the Baldwin crew, listen to the Mom Brain podcast with Hilaria and Daphne Oz.

Hilaria Baldwin​ Announces Pregnancy with Candid Sonogram Video

Jenny Jin

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Jenny Jin is PureWow’s Beauty Director and is currently based in Los Angeles. Since beginning her journalism career at Real Simple magazine, she has become a human encyclopedia of...
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