Hilaria Baldwin shared her conversations with her children after her husband Alec Baldwin accidentally fatally shot cameraman Galina Hutchins in October.
“I had to talk a little while explaining recent events to my older children,” Hilaria said in an Instagram story on Tuesday. “You can imagine how heartbreaking it was.”
“Sometimes I just freeze, knowing that I am an adult who must lead my family, but so lost in the right direction. We have no leadership, ”she wrote. “Sometimes I find myself wondering that I’m in an adult state, and I ask myself: shouldn’t I know what to do ???”
The yoga teacher and podcaster shared that the Institute for Children’s Mind and books like Don’t Be Alright helped her through the process, as did the support of her followers.
“You have no idea how much your kindness, love and support mean. Yes, you who are reading this, ”she added. “I know how lucky I am to be with you.”
In late October, Alec Baldwin was acting out a scene in the film Rust, which he also produced, when he fired an unknown gun containing live ammunition. He fatally wounded Hutchins and wounded the film’s director Joel Sousa. Hutchins was airlifted to hospital, but died hours later from her injuries.
“There are no words to convey my shock and sadness over the tragic incident that claimed the lives of Galina Hutchins, wife, mother and our deeply admired colleague,” the actor said in a statement a few days after the incident, adding that he was collaborating with the police. investigation of the incident.
“My heart is broken for her husband, their son and everyone who knew and loved Galina,” he added.
The Rust script director is suing Baldwin and his fellow producers for depression and distress caused by the incident.
The actor is set to do his first fatal shooting sit-down interview with George Stephanopoulos this week.