Alec Baldwin lives in a separate house from Hilaria


Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are taking harsh COVID-19 precautions.

The 62-year-old actor is living in a rental house in Amagaset, about a mile from his family’s Hampton estate, sources told Page Six. A source said that Alec is passing through New York City while filming the project.

A detective said that Alec has been spotted coming and going alone from the rental.

Amagansett has stayed at home Alec Baldwin
Amagansett has stayed at home Alec Baldwin
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In December, Alec opened up about being separated from his wife and their five children.

The former “30 Rock” star said in an Instagram video, “I’m here in this guesthouse near our house, which I’m leaving to live.” “I go to New York and do some work and come back and have to stay here for a few days. It is not very funny. “

New photos show the “It’s Complicated” actor leaving a Hampton Starbucks alone, taking a cup of coffee and food.

Alec Baldwin grabbed Starbucks coffee by himself
Alec Baldwin caught Starbucks by himself
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A representative for the couple did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

Alec’s self-imposed quarantine comes amid a Spanish heritage scandal surrounding Hilaria, which revealed that she is a born and bred Bosonian named Hillary Hayward-Thomas – and not a native of Spain.

Since the new year, Alec and Hilaria were once photographed together on their voluntary estate property. Hilaria, tied to her chest with baby Edu, walks the field for an hour with Alec, their children and a pair of nannies. Hilaria spent most of the time holding her phone and talking into it, though at one point, Alec stepped in to give her and the baby a big hug.

Alec Baldwin saw himself in Hampton
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The couple are reportedly “very upset” about the scandal, and Hilaria is said to have handled the flood of social media criticisms poorly.

The 37-year-old, Hilaria, tried to explain her pseudo-Spanish accent and heritage to the New York Times in an attempt to salvage her image, but blamed everyone else.

“It’s not something I’m doing wrong, and I think there’s a difference between hiding and creating a boundary,” she said.

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