30 Rock's Alec Baldwin expecting baby with wife Hilaria Thomas

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From Digital Spy

30 Rock star Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria Thomas have announced the exciting news that they are expecting their fifth child together.

The fitness instruction and podcast host shared the announcement on her Instagram page, uploading a video of her laying down and showing off her bump, with the sound of the baby's heartbeat.

"Sound up," she wrote in a caption. "I'll let the baby do the talking because I don't have the words to express how this sound makes us feel.

"Just got the great news that all is well and all is healthy with this little munchkin. I wanted to share this with you. Here we go again."

Photo credit: Michael Loccisano - Getty Images
Photo credit: Michael Loccisano - Getty Images

Related: Alec Baldwin was "sad" about 30 Rock ending

Baldwin and Thomas began dating in 2011, and married a year later. They currently have four children together: a daughter called Carmen (born in 2013), and three sons named Rafael (born in 2015), Leonardo (born in 2016), and Romeo (born in 2018).

Sadly, the pair suffered two miscarriages over the course of 2019.

Last year, it was reported that there had been discussions for Baldwin to reprise his 30 Rock role of Jack Donaghy in a spin-off series for Comcast's own streaming service, which would focus on the character after he becomes the mayor of New York City.

Eventually, however, Baldwin pulled out of negotiations, which caused Tina Fey and fellow writer Robert Carlock to re-work the project into something unrelated starring The Good Place's Ted Danson.

Related: The Good Place star Kristen Bell explains series finale ending

However, Tina Fey has stated that she'd love a crossover with Parks and Recreation, so fingers crossed something does eventually happen.

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