Hilaria Baldwin opens up about 5 pregnancies, miscarriages and past 'self-abuse'

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Hilaria Baldwin is hoping to help women love their bodies a bit more with a new Instagram post in which she reflects on the toll several pregnancies, miscarriages and unhealthy habits took on her own physique.

The 37-year-old uploaded video of herself seemingly dancing with 3-month-old daughter María Lucía Victoria on Friday night. She went on to describe the move as a core exercise that “strengthens the muscles from deep inside.”

“After 5 babies out of my body, 3 chemical pregnancies, 1 miscarriage at 9 weeks, one at 4 months and a round of ivf, resulting in Marilu — my body has gone on quite a journey for the family we have,” she wrote.

“I have done my fair share of self abuse…but, through much work on my mental health, I’ve learned to be grateful for her and support her. When we grow to love our changing forms—loose skin and all—that we honor our full life’s journey.”

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin share six kids together. The former ‘SNL’ star 
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She added, “Don’t torture your body into shape-you and she deserve so much more…You are worthy, you are capable…your body is capable, your body is worthy..just let her know.”

Baldwin and her brood recently walked their first red carpet since the yoga instructor’s Spanish heritage scandal, attending the “Boss Baby: Family Business” premiere Tuesday alongside her husband Alec Baldwin and their six children.

The group, which included their two babies, posed for photos wearing matching business suits apropos of Alec’s “Boss Baby” character.

Although she has been spotted out in public and has returned to social media after a lengthy hiatus, Tuesday’s movie premiere marked her first official event since she admitted late last year that she was born Hillary Lynn Hayward-Thomas.

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