Hilaria Baldwin joins husband Alec at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Gala

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Hilaria Baldwin had all eyes on her on Tuesday when she made a grand entrance at the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Gala in New York City with her husband Alec Baldwin.

The 38-year-old yoga instructor, who gave birth just two months ago, flaunted her astoundingly trim figure in a sizzling red dress on the event’s red carpet.

She and Alec were among the guests of honor at the ceremony — which was honoring Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — as the 64-year-old actor was on hand to emcee the event. 

Classy couple: Hilaria Baldwin and her husband Alec, 64, cut a stylish figure on the red carpet at the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Gala in New York City on Tuesday

Gala: The ceremony honored Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Gala: The ceremony honored Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

VIP table: Hilaria and Alec (left) were sat near Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (right)

VIP table: Hilaria and Alec (left) were sat near Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (right) 

Hilaria’s striking dress — the Holiday ‘Flounce’ Dress from the New York City–based designer Joy Cioci — was enlivened with a neckline decorated with thick red fabric flowers.

The sleeveless look featured spaghetti straps and a short skirt that stopped just above her knees, highlighting her trim legs. 

The podcaster elevated her 5ft4in stature with a pair of shimmering gold stilettos with pointy toes.

She completed her look by styling her dark tresses with a middle part and pulling them back tightly into a low-slung bun. 

Woman in red: The 38-year-old yoga instructor flaunted her astoundingly trim figure in a sizzling red dress on the red carpet

Flower power: The dress was enlivened with a neckline decorated with thick red fabric flowers

Woman in red: The 38-year-old yoga instructor flaunted her astoundingly trim figure in a sizzling red dress on the red carpet. The  dress was enlivened with a neckline decorated with thick red fabric flowers

Sleek: The sleeveless look featured spaghetti straps and a short skirt that stopped just above her knees, highlighting her trim legs

Sleek: The sleeveless look featured spaghetti straps and a short skirt that stopped just above her knees, highlighting her trim legs

Shining through: The podcaster elevated her 5ft4in stature with a pair of shimmering gold stilettos with pointy toes

Shining through: The podcaster elevated her 5ft4in stature with a pair of shimmering gold stilettos with pointy toes

Simple: She completed her look by styling her dark tresses with a middle part and pulling them back tightly into a low-slung bun

Simple: She completed her look by styling her dark tresses with a middle part and pulling them back tightly into a low-slung bun

Alec looked dapper in a classic charcoal suit, which he paired with a white shirt and a textured burgundy tie.

The New York City–based couple were also joined on the red carpet by Kerry Kennedy, 63, one of the daughters of the late Robert F. Kennedy and his wife Ethel.

Kerry, who was married to disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo from 1990 to 2005, looked effortlessly elegant in a sleeveless black satin dress.

The look was enlivened by beaded black floral designs near he bottom of her skirt.

The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Gala honors ‘exemplary leaders across government, business, advocacy, and entertainment who have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to social change and worked to protect and advance equity, justice, and human rights,’ according to the organization’s website.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were among this year’s honorees, along with Siris co-founder and managing partner Frank Baker, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, Invenergy founder and CEO Michael Polsky and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

The late NBA star and civil rights icon Bill Russell, who died earlier this year, will also be honored with a posthumous award. 

Suited up: Alec looked dapper in a classic charcoal suit, which he paired with a white shirt and a textured burgundy tie

Suited up: Alec looked dapper in a classic charcoal suit, which he paired with a white shirt and a textured burgundy tie

Back in black: The couple were joined on the red carpet by Kerry Kennedy, 63, one of the daughters of the late Robert F. Kennedy and his wife Ethel. Kerry looked effortlessly elegant in a sleeveless black satin dress

Back in black: The couple were joined on the red carpet by Kerry Kennedy, 63, one of the daughters of the late Robert F. Kennedy and his wife Ethel. Kerry looked effortlessly elegant in a sleeveless black satin dress

Alec’s emceeing stint at the ceremony comes after he accidentally shot the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his western film Rust, which he is producing and starring in.

Although her death is still being investigated, Baldwin and his fellow producers on the project have already settled a wrongful death lawsuit from Hutchins’ widower, which will lead to him being added as a producer on the film.

In an interview with Extra from Monday, Hilaria revealed how her difficult conversation about the shooting went with her two oldest children: Carmen, nine, and Rafael, seven.

‘There is no way that you can explain this because it is awful. It’s awful!’ she said of the shooting. ‘I thought I was going to do this without Alec and he said, “No, I can’t be a coward. I have to be there.”‘

The knowledge of the terrible event was difficult for the couple’s oldest daughter to handle. 

‘And then when I tell them… Carmen started saying to me, “Why are you telling me this?”… She said, “I want to un-know this,”‘ Hilaria recounted.

Too much: Hilaria shared with Extra on Monday how her conversation went about the shocking shooting on the Rest set. 'And then when I tell them... Carmen started saying to me, "Why are you telling me this?"... She said, "I want to un-know this,"' Hilaria recounted

Too much: Hilaria shared with Extra on Monday how her conversation went about the shocking shooting on the Rest set. ‘And then when I tell them… Carmen started saying to me, “Why are you telling me this?”… She said, “I want to un-know this,”‘ Hilaria recounted

Moving on: 'She used the word "un-know," and Alec said, "I want to un-know it, too," I think everyone wants to un-know it... because it's real,' she continued

Moving on: ‘She used the word “un-know,” and Alec said, “I want to un-know it, too,” I think everyone wants to un-know it… because it’s real,’ she continued

‘She used the word “un-know,” and Alec said, “I want to un-know it, too,” I think everyone wants to un-know it… because it’s real,’ she continued.

‘We can go forward and talk about gun safety on sets, and try to figure out how this crazy thing happened, and we can go forward and honor Halyna,’ Hilaria added. 

‘We can remember her, continuing her legacy for her, for her family and we can take care of everybody who’s still here who is extraordinarily damaged by this awful tragedy. That’s all that we can do, but we can’t un-know it.’

She also added that she worried about how her husband was handling the knowledge of his involvement in Hutchins’ death.

‘I worry about him… I mean, can you imagine? Nobody can. There was so much confusion to understand what had happened,’ she said.

However, Baldwin seemed to be getting by as he put on a cheerful face at the ceremony.

Concern: She also added that she worried about how her husband was handling the knowledge of his involvement in Hutchins' death. 'I worry about him¿ I mean, can you imagine? Nobody can. There was so much confusion to understand what had happened'

Concern: She also added that she worried about how her husband was handling the knowledge of his involvement in Hutchins’ death. ‘I worry about him… I mean, can you imagine? Nobody can. There was so much confusion to understand what had happened’



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