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Hilaria Baldwin clarifies she was born in Boston after accusations she was 'faking' Spanish heritage

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Hilaria Baldwin clarifies her real name is Hillary and she was born in Boston after accusations she was ‘faking’ Spanish heritage: ‘Yes, I am a white girl’

After a slew of accusations she ‘faked’ her Spanish heritage, Hilaria Baldwin confessed Sunday that her real name is Hillary and she was actually born in Boston not Majorca.

‘Yes, I am a white girl. I am a white girl,’ the 36-year-old influencer admitted in a rambling seven-minute video.

‘Let’s be very clear that Europe has a lot of white people in there and my family is white. Ethnically, I am a mix of many, many, many things. Culturally, I grew up with two cultures so it’s really as simple as that.’

'Yes, I am a white girl. I am a white girl': After a slew of accusations she 'faked' her Spanish heritage, Hilaria Baldwin confessed Sunday that her real name is Hillary and she was actually born in Boston not Majorca

‘Yes, I am a white girl. I am a white girl’: After a slew of accusations she ‘faked’ her Spanish heritage, Hilaria Baldwin confessed Sunday that her real name is Hillary and she was actually born in Boston not Majorca

Baldwin went on to say she spent ‘some of’ her childhood in Spain and ‘some’ of it in Massachusetts and her entire family lives in Spain now.

‘There was a lot of back and forth my entire life,’ the Mom Brain podcaster explained.

‘And I’m really lucky that I grew up speaking two different languages and I’m trying to raise my kids, so they speak two languages too. And that’s something very important to me especially having my family abroad.’

Hilaria added: ‘Yeah I’m a different kind of Bostonian but that’s who I am, and you kind of can’t change your background – nor would I want to – I’m really, really proud of who I am.’

The 36-year-old influencer admitted in a seven-minute video: 'Let's be very clear that Europe has a lot of white people in there and my family is white'

She added: 'Ethnically, I am a mix of many, many, many things. Culturally, I grew up with two cultures so it's really as simple as that'

The 36-year-old influencer admitted in a seven-minute video: ‘Let’s be very clear that Europe has a lot of white people in there and my family is white. Ethnically, I am a mix of many, many, many things. Culturally, I grew up with two cultures so it’s really as simple as that’

'There was a lot of back and forth my entire life': Baldwin went on to say she spent 'some of' her childhood in Spain and 'some' of it in Massachusetts and her entire family lives in Spain now

‘There was a lot of back and forth my entire life’: Baldwin went on to say she spent ‘some of’ her childhood in Spain and ‘some’ of it in Massachusetts and her entire family lives in Spain now

The Mom Brain podcaster explained: 'And I'm really lucky that I grew up speaking two different languages and I'm trying to raise my kids, so they speak two languages too. And that's something very important to me especially having my family abroad'

The Mom Brain podcaster explained: ‘And I’m really lucky that I grew up speaking two different languages and I’m trying to raise my kids, so they speak two languages too. And that’s something very important to me especially having my family abroad’

The NYU alum noted that ’44 people from Spain’ attended her 2012 wedding to Oscar nominee Alec Baldwin, but she hasn’t seen her family since September 2019 because of ‘the pandemic.’

As for her name, Hilaria said she’d use Hillary in the States and Hilaria in Spain.

‘My whole family call me Hilaria. It always kind of bothered me that neither name sounds good in the other language. So I would use one or the other one,’ Baldwin said.

‘A handful of years before I met Alec, I decided to consolidate the two…It means happy in both languages. I think we can all be really like clear that it’s the same name just a few letters difference, so I don’t think we should be upset about it.’

Hilaria added: 'Yeah I'm a different kind of Bostonian but that's who I am'

She added: 'You kind of can't change your background - nor would I want to - I'm really, really proud of who I am'

Hilaria added: ‘Yeah I’m a different kind of Bostonian but that’s who I am, and you kind of can’t change your background – nor would I want to – I’m really, really proud of who I am’

'I miss them so much': Baldwin noted that '44 people from Spain' attended her 2012 wedding to Oscar nominee Alec Baldwin (L), but she hasn't seen her family since September 2019 because of 'the pandemic'

‘I miss them so much’: Baldwin noted that ’44 people from Spain’ attended her 2012 wedding to Oscar nominee Alec Baldwin (L), but she hasn’t seen her family since September 2019 because of ‘the pandemic’

'It's the same name just a few letters difference': As for her name, the NYU alum said she'd use Hillary in the States and Hilaria in Spain, and her whole family calls her Hilaria

‘It’s the same name just a few letters difference’: As for her name, the NYU alum said she’d use Hillary in the States and Hilaria in Spain, and her whole family calls her Hilaria

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