Hilaria Baldwin found herself in hot water in late 2020 after it was revealed that she has no real Spanish heritage, which she allegedly claimed in the past.
Page Six reported today that the 37-year-old has just lost one of her brand partnerships with Cuties Baby Care, which announced they would no longer be working with her. The company said in a statement that their partnership with Hilaria ended in late 2020.
The statement went on to thank Hilaria for her support and the business they had in previous years. Baldwin reportedly worked with the company for a few years through a number of marketing practices, including through giveaways.
Hilaria has a working relationship with other brands such as Mattel, Spindrift, Fisher-Price and Bissell, but the organizations in question never responded to Page Six’s suggestion for comment.
A report from the outlet says Alec and Hilaria have stayed in their Hamptons home and are “very upset” about the news that has come to light.
According to Page Six, Hilaria claimed to have come from Spain for years and even spoke with an accent, when in reality she was born in Boston with the name Hillary Hayward-Thomas. Hilaria went to her IG a number of times to explain the situation, but the controversy did not abate.
In late 2020, Hilaria then spoke to the New York Times and had these things to say: Hilaria said there were people who were “ misrepresenting ” her and she never did anything wrong. The star also said there was a “difference between hiding and creating a boundary.”
As most know, Hilaria and Alec share several children together, and in particular she has been very open and honest about her miscarriage struggle and other family issues.
Alec, on the other hand, has received acclaim in recent years for his portrayal of Donald Trump SNL. Alec was also in the headlines about a parking lot dispute in which he allegedly punched another man in the face, although the charges were later dropped.
The man involved has filed a lawsuit against Alec which the actor’s lawyer said was merely opportunistic and a way to get money out of the situation.