Alec And Hilaria Baldwin’s Adorable Newborn Son Makes His ‘Ellen’ Debut



Alec Baldwin, Ellen DeGeneres that are sitting on a table: Photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.


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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin’s adorable newborn son Eduardo makes his surprise “Ellen DeGeneres” debut on Wednesday’s show.

The couple, who welcomed the little one on September 8, discuss why Alec stopped to get food on the way to the hospital while Hilaria was having contractions.

RELATED: Alec Baldwin Shares New Pictures Of His Newborn Son

Alec insists, “Remember that scene in ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ and Sean Penn was hungry and ordered a pizza to the classroom? I was inspired by that, I ordered a pizza in the delivery room.”

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Hilaria adds, “In his defence, it was my idea. Because the last two babies that I had I didn’t invite him until I was in labour until I got my epidural… he drives me crazy.

“This time around during COVID it was

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France rebuffs UK’s drone offer to stop Channel migrants leaving beaches in first place

France is rebuffing Britain’s offer of a hi-tech surveillance drone to help stop Channel migrants leaving its beaches despite the craft’s success in smashing a people smuggling gang. Dan O’Mahoney, the Home Office’s new migrants commander, met with French ambassador Catherine Colonna yesterday to urge her Government to step up its surveillance effort by using the UK’s Tekever AR5 drone which can stay in the air for 20 hours. The Home Office believes preventing the migrants leaving the coast is critical and follows British criticism of France’s refusal to turn back migrants at sea and instead shepherd them into British waters. Yesterday (Tues) saw at least 300 more migrants in 27 boats cross the Channel, the second biggest one-day total on record. The current record for small boat arrivals is 416, set on September

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Give it to me straight: What do contractions really feel like?









Guys, there is so much to look forward to about pregnancy and birth: The adorable socks, that thing babies do when they grab your finger, and, you know finally getting that other living thing out of your stomach.

But wait…that requires actually pushing something the size of a watermelon out of your vagina (*cringe*). How the heck is that supposed to happen, you ask? Contractions. Here’s the lowdown on those ever-so-helpful (but ultimately painful) baby-pusher-outers.

I need a refresher: What are contractions?

“A contraction is just a squeezing of a muscle,” says Dr John Thoppil, an gynae at River Place OB/GYN and an assistant professor at Texas A&M University’s College of Medicine.

When you’re having a baby, that muscle in question is your uterus – and the harder that muscle squeezes, the more it hurts, says Dr Thoppil.

That muscle is

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Hilaria Baldwin, 36, reveals Alec, 62, stopped off to get pizza while she was having contractions

Hilaria Baldwin has revealed Alec stopped off to get pizza while she was having contractions on the way on the hospital, because ‘he gets cranky when he’s hungry’.

The couple welcomed their son, Eduardo Pau Lucas, two-weeks-ago and proudly showed him off via Zoom during their interview on Ellen, set to air on Wednesday.

The actor, 62, who has five children under seven with Hilaria, 36, as well as daughter Ireland, 24, talked about the perks of being an older dad and if he wants any more children.  

Priorities: Hilaria Baldwin has revealed Alec stopped off to get pizza while she was having contractions on the way on the hospital, because ‘he gets cranky when he’s hungry’

Introducing Alec, Ellen said: ‘You have a new baby, when are you going to stop?’

To which the Beetlejuice star joked: ‘My wife is a collector, some people collect cars, others artwork, my

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Titans safety steps up, aids in son’s surprise home delivery

“One of those deals where we just couldn’t make it to the hospital,” Byard told reporters Wednesday, adding he and his wife weren’t planning “on having the baby at the house.”

Byard and his wife, Clarke, expected their son to arrive on Aug. 24. She started having contractions on Aug. 23. Once they eased up, Byard laid down for a nap. His wife woke him up around 10:30 p.m. when the contractions became stronger.

“I kind of got up, started, you know not really panicked but scrambling to get some clothes on, helping her try to get dressed,” Byard said.

The safety was home with his mother-in-law and 1-year-old daughter. He went downstairs and started getting the car ready for the trip to the hospital. Byard also called their doula with a plan of meeting at the hospital. When he went back upstairs, his wife was on her hands and

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Meghan Markle looks ‘more trustworthy’ than the Queen, study finds



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Meghan Markle ‘looks more trustworthy’ than the Queen when comparing their faces, authors of a new study into changes in portraits over 500 years claim.

Experts from PSL Research University created an algorithm that scans faces in painted portraits and photographs to determine the trustworthiness of the person. 

The authors used the trustworthiness tool to discover that as living standards improved since 1500 AD, so did the trustworthiness of the subjects of a portrait. 

As part of the process of training the model, researcher compared some famous faces to ancient portraits – including the Queen and Meghan Markle to Elizabeth I.

Meghan appeared three and a half times more trustworthy than Elizabeth I, but Her Majesty the Queen was one and a half times more trustworthy, authors found. 



a close up of Meghan Markle: As part of the process of training the model, researcher compared some famous faces to ancient portraits - including the Queen and Meghan Markle to Elizabeth I


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Symptoms Not to Ignore, Labor Signs, More

However you’re feeling at 38 weeks pregnant (exhausted, excited, terrified… did we mention exhausted?), there’s probably one big question on your mind whenever you feel even the slightest twinge in your back or belly: Am I going into labor?

Unlike most other weeks of pregnancy, though, you’re close enough to the big day now — your baby is technically full term at this point! — that the answer could actually be yes.

Diarrhea? It could be a sign of labor! Weird discharge? It could be a sign of labor! Sudden panic that you’re not ready to become a parent after all? It could be a sign of labor!

OK, that last one… not so much. But how you’re feeling at 38 weeks could give you some clues about what to expect for the rest of your pregnancy — like when it’s going to be over and you’ll get to

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PIOJ reports negative impact to real sector growth due to COVID-19

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PIOJ reports negative impact to real sector growth due to COVID-19

BY KELLARAY MILES
Business reporter
[email protected]

Friday, September 11, 2020

As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to negatively impact the prospects for gross domestic product (GDP) growth, the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) in its latest assessment of economic activities reported contractions across all major sectors in the services and goods-producing industries.

In a quarterly briefing on Wednesday last, the country’s chief planning agency said that the economy declined by 18 per cent for the April to June quarter, four percentage points more than it had previously projected, when it estimated a 12-14 per cent decline in its outlook while reporting on the January to March quarter earlier this year.

Director general of the PIOJ, Dr Wayne Henry, said that the out-turn for the April-June quarter was as a result of the implementation of measures to manage

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Airline coronavirus contractions leave Vermont travelers with fewer options

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – The coronavirus has slowed down business and leisure travel nationwide, and even with some economic recovery, air travel has not bounced back. That includes the Burlington airport, where the number of flights has dropped by 70 percent and has meant fewer options for people looking to fly.

An empty airport reflects the decline in travel during the coronavirus pandemic

“Flights were not what they were a year ago. Flights are down substantially,” said Gene Richards, director of aviation at the Burlington International Airport. He says they normally see around 9,000 travelers a week this time of the year. Now, they are seeing around 3,000.

Despite the low numbers, no airlines have pulled out of Burlington. “The good news is that many airports our size have lost all service and we actually have — all the airlines are still here and still flying,” Richards said.

But he

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Titans safety Kevin Byard details experience of delivering newborn son at home

They just couldn’t make it to the hospital, Kevin Byard said.



a close up of a football player on a field: Kevin Byard (31) of the Tennessee Titans celebrates after forcing a second quarter fumble against the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High on September 14, 2020 in Denver, Colorado.


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Kevin Byard (31) of the Tennessee Titans celebrates after forcing a second quarter fumble against the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High on September 14, 2020 in Denver, Colorado.

So on Aug. 23, a day before the due date, the Titans safety wound up delivering his newborn son at his home in Nashville. Byard on Wednesday explained how the harrowing experience unfolded, beginning with his wife, Clarke, waking him up at 10:30 p.m. with contractions that quickly grew in intensity.

Byard got dressed and went downstairs to begin prepping the car for their trip to the hospital. He then came back upstairs and called their doula, telling her to meet them at the hospital.

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Moments later, Clarke

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