Alec Baldwin receives a supportive kiss from his wife Hilaria as the couple retreat to Hampton’s after the actor denies pulling the trigger on the gun that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins
- The couple are said to be in the Hamptons after Baldwin gives an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos
- Hilaria was spotted riding and shopping in the Hamptons on Friday, where she and her husband Alec own a home
- The pair were seen the day before loading luggage into their black Cadillac Escalade
- But it was only Hilaria who was seen in town on a brisk day on Friday, wearing a metallic gray winter jacket
- She was pictured shopping in Long Island’s upscale community and riding a horse at one of its large open farms
- The day before, her husband gave his first interview at the dinner table since the fatal shooting of director of photography Halyna Hutchins
- Alec insists he didn’t pull the gun trigger and just “exploded” with live ammunition inside
- Many have since questioned that claim, as detectives continue to investigate the incident.
- Baldwin revealed in interview with George Stephanopoulos that police told him he likely would not be charged with Cackling’s death
Alec Baldwin received a kiss from his supportive wife, Hilaria, on Tuesday after the troubled actor denied firing the gun that killed a cinematographer on the set of his latest film.
The couple are believed to be in the Long Island enclave of the Hamptons, where they own a home, after Baldwin, 63, gave an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos about the death of his colleague Halyna Hutchins.
The cinematographer was fatally injured after a gun containing live ammunition was fired on the California set of his now scrapped western Rust.
Taking on Instagram just days after her husband’s touching interview, Hilaria, 37, shared a photo of the couple kissing with the accompanying caption: “It’s season.”
Support: Alec Baldwin received a kiss from his supportive wife Hilaria on Tuesday after the ailing actor denied firing the gun that killed a cinematographer on the set of his latest movie
Hilaria was seen riding and shopping in the Hamptons on Friday, just a day after her husband denied firing the gun that killed a cinematographer in his first interview since the fatal shooting.
The couple have been seen in the upscale community of Long Island – where the two own a home – several times since being criticized for filming Hutchins on the set of his western movie in late October.
They have previously been pictured spending time in a Hamptons park, where they would play a soccer ball with their six children and enjoy a picnic.