Hilaria Baldwin is getting back to one of her daily routines – following her recent miscarriage. The 35-year-old yogi took to her Instagram to share how she’s easing her body back into fitness. “I’m being super gentle with my body right now, considering what it has just been through...but I start getting stiff and uncomfortable due to lack of my typical movement,” she wrote. “Here are some light stretches I turned to today that have helped me, while sticking with my recovery. They feel good and I think you may like them too #letsmove2019 ...and yes: Carmen likes to peek.”
Hilaria Baldwin posted her first workou video following her miscarriage Photo: Instagram/@hilariabaldwin
The fitness guru shared a video of her doing light stretches on the floor in her home. Hilaria does a series of workouts that allow her to elongate her hands and legs and remain low intensity. Instead of her typical sports bra and workout pants, the Mom Brain host pairs her leggings with a sweatshirt that reads “amour.” Hilaria wasn’t alone during her workout. The fitness instructor and Alec Baldwin’s five-year-old daughter, Carmen, playfully makes and appearance in the video. Hilaria’s followers are used to seeing her at home or on-the-go fitness routines.
The yogi is known for taking to her social media to post various workouts for her followers to try. The post was the first time that Hilaria shared a fitness video with her fans since March 21 – and the first video since she announced she suffered a miscarriage with the pair’s fifth child. Alec Baldwin’s wife announced, earlier this month, that she believed she was suffering a miscarriage. Hilaria revealed the heartbreaking news that she did lose her fifth child in a post on April 9.
Over the weekend, the proud mommy shared how she is maintaining with the loss. “In coping with loss or a difficult time, it is important to be present for your emotions and process, but also keep an eye on perspective and joyful moments,” Hilaria, who is also mother to Rafael, three, Leonardo, two and ten-month-old Romeo, wrote in part.
“When I get sad, I like to remind myself that sadness passes like a season. I like to look at my blessings, my happiness, and always remembering that I have so many more good times to look forward to. It is a balance of sitting with grief, as we don’t want to shove it away and not address it...but also not let it cloud how wonderful life is. If you feel cloudy and down, reach out...our communities can remind us that there is sunshine too.”