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Alec Baldwin’s wife Hilaria encourages him to ‘put one foot in front of the other’ in new couple photo


Hilaria Baldwin shows her support for her husband Alec Baldwin.

Hilaria, 37, continued to support Baldwin in the weeks following the shooting of “Rust,” which killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

She continued the trend with a new Instagram post on Wednesday.

In the photo, which appeared to be a mirror selfie, the married couple stood side by side as Hilaria took the photo.

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Alec Baldwin has received support from his wife Hilaria on social media.
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“One foot in front of the other,” she wrote. The star added a heart-shaped emoji.

The photo comes a day before Baldwin’s first official interview and as the investigation into the shooting continues.

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Alec Baldwin’s wife Hilaria encourages him to ‘put one foot in front of the other’ in new couple photo

Alec Baldwin said he did not pull the trigger on a gun that fired on the set of the movie “Rust”, resulting in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
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In a preview of the revealer, which is heavily edited in an attempt to tease the larger interview, an emotional Baldwin states that he didn’t pull the trigger.

“The trigger has not been pulled,” he told George Stephanopoulos. “I didn’t pull the trigger.”

Alec Baldwin’s wife Hilaria encourages him to ‘put one foot in front of the other’ in new couple photo

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins died on set after being hit by a projectile.
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He adds, “No, no, no, no, I would never point a gun at someone and pull the trigger. Never.”

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However, the Santa Fe Country Sheriff’s Department said in a warrant that Baldwin “shot” the gun. Baldwin was holding the gun and rehearsing a scene for the film when a live round sounded, hitting Hutchins before getting stuck in director Joel Souza’s shoulder.

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In the heavily edited preview clip, Baldwin doesn’t appear to deny that he was holding the gun at the time, the distinction apparently being that he didn’t pull the trigger.

Fox News’s Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report



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