Hilaria Baldwin calls her spouse Alec ‘husband goals’ for rubbing her feet

Hilaria Baldwin calls her spouse Alec ‘husband goals’ for rubbing her feet… four months after welcoming seventh child together

Hilaria Baldwin described her husband Alec as ‘husband goals’ for rubbing her feet on the couch before a night out, four months after welcoming her seventh child. 

Ahead of a rare date night away from their large brood, the former yoga instructor, 38, filmed her spouse, 64, giving her a sweet massage as they watched television. 

‘Husband goals,’ she captioned a video, which showed him rubbing her right leg on a red and beige paisley pillow. 

Relaxed: Hilaria Baldwin described her husband Alec as 'husband goals' for rubbing her feet on the couch before a night out, four months after welcoming her seventh child

Relaxed: Hilaria Baldwin described her husband Alec as ‘husband goals’ for rubbing her feet on the couch before a night out, four months after welcoming her seventh child

While the 30 Rock actor’s head was cut out of the clip, he could be seen wearing a  maroon shirt and dark pants.

In a recording from later in the evening, the happy couple can be seen sitting next to each other at a booth as he encouraged his followers to tune into Hilaria’s podcast.

‘There’s a lot of s**t going on between women and men that we don’t understand,’ he teased of his wife’s latest episode of Witches Anonymous.

Doting husband: Ahead of a rare date night away from their large brood, the former yoga instructor, 38, filmed her spouse, 64, giving her a sweet massage as they watched television

Doting husband: Ahead of a rare date night away from their large brood, the former yoga instructor, 38, filmed her spouse, 64, giving her a sweet massage as they watched television

He joked there are some things women say that men can’t pick up on, before praising his wife for ‘drilling down deep’ in the episode to understand ‘what is going on with women in our society.’

‘There’s a lot of love and the opposite of love,’ the Dr. Death star continued. 

Hilaria then interjected to ask why her man only rubbed one of her feet, to which he admitted massaging both would exhaust him. 

'Husband goals,' she captioned a video, which showed him rubbing her right leg on a red and beige paisley pillow

 ‘Husband goals,’ she captioned a video, which showed him rubbing her right leg on a red and beige paisley pillow

Last month, she revealed that after seven kids together they are ‘hopefully’ done having kids.

The podcast host said she doesn’t play on having more babies but as Alec has not undergone a vasectomy, she is unable to guarantee that they are finished. 

In a preview of a new interview with Extra, with Hilaria and her 10-week-old daughter Ilaria, airing Monday, she opened up about the possibility of adding to her brood.

Enough: Last month, she revealed that after seven kids together they are 'hopefully' done having kids

Enough: Last month, she revealed that after seven kids together they are ‘hopefully’ done having kids

She said: ‘I would say that we’re done, but I said we were done with six. And yeah, I would say hopefully we’re done. 

Miming a snipping action, she added: ‘But Alec still has to go and do his part. So if he does not do his part, sometimes things can happen.’ 

Hilaria and Alec share children Carmen, nine, Rafael, seven, Leonardo, six, Romeo, four, Eduardo, two, Lucia, 21 months, and Ilaria, two months. 

The confession comes after Hilaria slammed those who consider her ‘less of a mom’ because she welcomed Lucia via surrogacy on the Witches Anonymous podcast.

Hurtful: She claimed to the podcast hosts that she was 'shamed' for choosing 'the surrogacy route' and that many made her feel like an 'outcasted person'

Hurtful: She claimed to the podcast hosts that she was ‘shamed’ for choosing ‘the surrogacy route’ and that many made her feel like an ‘outcasted person’

‘There’s no difference. And people assume that I’m less of a mom, that she’s less of my daughter… She is just as attached to me as all my other ones,’ said the star.

Hilaria continued: ‘I don’t have a difference between my daughter that was born via surrogacy and my six other children that I carried.’

She claimed to the podcast hosts that she was ‘shamed’ for choosing ‘the surrogacy route’ and that many made her feel like an ‘outcasted person.’

‘We’re considered to be breeders in many ways – and this is me, who has seven kids – but I understand that the historical connection of women is breeder. And if you cannot breed in the traditional way, or you do not want to breed in the traditional way, people think that they have a right to talk about it,’ Hilaria explained.

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