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Life has gotten a little crazier for Hilaria Baldwin now that she's mommy to two tiny tots, but Alec Baldwin's lady still managed to step out for the Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation premiere in New York City last night.

The yoga instructor, along with the actor and his daughter Ireland Baldwin, all attended the event at the Big Apple, and Hilaria stopped to chat with E! News about how things are going with her newborn son Rafael Thomas Baldwin, who entered the world just last month.

"My day never ends. It never begins and it never ends, because I'm up every two hours with him and he sleeps in bed with us," she tells us, but adds that she does get a little bit of help from time to time from Rafael's almost-2-year-old sister Carmen.

"She's pretty good. She has moments where she's like the best big sister ever, where she's like taking care of him and helping bathe him and change his diaper, and then she has moments where I'm not allowed to feed him or touch him," Baldwin laughs. "We go between the two."

Alec Baldwin, Ireland Baldwin

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Speaking of older sisters, Ireland was a showstopper last night in a form-fitting black zipper dress that showed off her enviable figure. The model styled her brunette tresses in soft curls to one side and kep the makeup to a minimum.

As we said, the girl's a model, so she was no stranger to striking a pose on the red carpet for photographers, and while she killed it (natch), her father attempted to jokingly mimick her stance right besider her and, well, it didn't work out too well. But we got a laugh, so guess you could say mission accomplished?! HA, GET IT?!

These two have been quite the comedians lately. Just recently, the pair poked fun at what was once a very sensitive issue.

Almost eight years after the actor made front-page headlines for his profane voicemail to his daughter, where Alec screamed at his then 11-year-old daughter and called her "a rude, thoughtless pig," the father-daughter duo took to Twitter and made fun of the whole ordeal with a clever online message.

"If I were a pig…." Ireland wrote on Twitter with a photo of her father reading her a book with that title. "I would be a rude and thoughtless one of course!"

Well played.