Alec Baldwin and his family spend a chilly day at the beach.
Alec Baldwin, who has been embroiled in the investigation into his shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his western film Rust, spent a chilly day at the beach near his Hamptons, Long Island home.
On Sunday, Baldwin, 63, was photographed at the beach with three of his children and his wife, Hilaria, as temperatures stayed in the 40s until mid-afternoon, when they dropped into the 30s.
As they walked along the empty beach, the Baldwin family appeared to be dressed appropriately for the weather, each wearing large winter jackets and boots.
The family, however, did not stay at the Little Alberts Landing Beach for very long due to the cold weather, and only stayed for about 15 minutes after throwing some seaweed into the water.
The Baldwin family’s outing began around 11 a.m., with the clan traveling to a wooded area of the affluent Hampton’s before arriving at the completely deserted beach around noon.
After throwing some seaweed into the ocean and gazing out into the vastness, the actor appeared pensive.
Baldwin, a father of seven, also took some calls on his cellphone, for which Sante Fe sheriffs issued a search warrant.
He strode around the beach, smiling, wearing a black winter coat and dark pants.
After it became too cold for Baldwin’s children, they left within 15 minutes.
Since being seen leaving their Manhattan home on Friday, the Baldwin family has been on a Christmastime retreat in the Hamptons.
Baldwin was seen loading his black Escalade with bags, luggage, a holiday wreath, and some games at around 8.30 a.m., implying that he was preparing for a long trip.
Before slipping into the backseat and leaving with his driver, he loaded the vehicle with their belongings.
He and his 37-year-old wife, Hilaria, needed two more SUVs to transport their nannies and six children, each of whom required a car seat or booster seat, depending on their age.
Hilaria slammed the paparazzi on her Instagram Stories just one day before their big trip, telling them to’stay away’ from her husband.
She posted video of the photographers snapping photos, claiming they were deliberately provoking him.
She captioned the video, ‘These people are trying to taunt Alec.’
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