Hilaria Baldwin rises to body shock after Amy Schumer uses her photo as a joke

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 3: Hilaria Baldwin interviews the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts Achievement Awards 2020 at the Rainbow Room on March 3, 2020 in New York City.  (Photo by Sean Zanni / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)
Hilaria Baldwin, pictured in March, says “body shame.” (Photo: Sean Zanni / Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Hilaria Baldwin is not here to shame the body, no matter who it is aimed at.

The method of living clearly the author, who gave birth to his fifth child with Alec Baldwin three months ago, shared a video defending critics on Tuesday after a postpartum photo he shared – wearing only underwear while holding his 3-year-old son Monday, Eduardo – went viral. That’s thanks to Amy Schumer, who jokingly reposted it, claiming it was a photo of her. Since then, Schumer has apologized, but Baldwin made it clear that she was not upset with the comedian’s joke, but only after seeing people say that Baldwin did not represent what “real mothers” look like after pregnancy.

“I’ve posted a million such photos in the past,” Baldwin, 36, said in an Instagram video. “So I didn’t think it was going to be a big deal. It turned out to be a big deal.”

While Baldwin said he didn’t really “understand [the joke] very well “, in general,” I like jokes. I like to make fun of myself. I like it when other people make fun of me. What’s the point of living if you don’t laugh? You guys all know that I make fun of my husband all the time and if you do, you’d better be able to accept him back. “

However, she said things were starting to “get out of hand” in Schumer’s post – which saw I feel pretty star of the republic photo with the caption “Gene and I wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday. Enjoy it with family members talking to you this year ”- people who are“ ashamed ”because it is an unrealistic representation of a mother.

“Now, my feelings hurt if some people are there – whom I don’t even know – criticizing why I could post a photo and if I looked different I would have posted the photo?” Baldwin wondered. “I hope so. Because I love looking at photos that support our bodies, our temple where we live 24/7. I like it. No matter how you look, I like it. If you’re being honest if you love yourself, I like it.” .

She said the problem is when people start “taking down people’s shapes.”

(Screenshot: Hilaria Baldwin via Instagram)
Hilaria has previously redistributed Schumer’s joke, saying she doesn’t understand it, but goes with it. (Screenshot: Hilaria Baldwin via Instagram)

“If you do body inclusion, this is body inclusion for everyone,” Baldwin continued. “There’s something like, ‘Oh, mothers don’t look like that.’ Some mothers do. This mother does. I am also included in inclusivity. “

Baldwin, a yoga instructor, said he likes to exercise and trains whenever he can “because it makes me feel good.” Recent videos she shared showed her hiking with 7-year-old Carmen; Rafael, 5 years old; Leonardo, 4 years old; and Romeo, 2, and Edu, while another showed her exercise equipment while her children played inside.

“That’s what it looks like,” she said. “I come from younger people. I’ve been a fitness person all my life. And here you are. Period. The end of the story. No need to apologize for that. Just as there is no need for someone else to apologize for what their life story looks like … Inclusiveness of the body, that’s what everyone means. Every shape and size – everything. “

In a later story, she said she made it “very clear,” she didn’t think Schumer was “making fun of me.” However, the comedian apologized in the comments and deleted his post that led to it.

(Screenshot: Hilaria Baldwin via Instagram)
(Screenshot: Hilaria Baldwin via Instagram)

Baldwin welcomed baby Eduardo in September after miscarriages. In each pregnancy, she documented her pregnancy and postpartum body on social media and was not immune to criticism.

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