Congrats to the bride and groom, again!
Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria Baldwin renewed their wedding vows Friday on their fifth anniversary, in front of family and friends at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard in the Hamptons.
The actor's daughter Ireland Baldwin, 21, posted a slew of videos from the event on Instagram Stories. Hilaria wore a sleeveless Champagne gown with glittering embellishments and carried her and Alec's youngest child Leonardo, who is 9 months old. Their kids Rafael, 2, and Carmen, 3, also attended. The little girl wore a flower girl dress and flower crown and stole the show, giving a sweet speech and busting some cute moves in front of a cheering crowd.
"I just want to say, the dancing technique is from her mother and the modesty is from my side," Alec joked.
Alec had revealed his and Hilaria's plans to remarry on their anniversary in an interview with E! News earlier this week.
"Okay, now there's gonna be people at our doorstep," she said, playfully punching her husband's shoulder.
The couple first tied the knot in June 2012 in front of family and friends at the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in Manhattan.
In 2013, on his former MSNBC show Up Late With Alec Baldwin, Alec talked about meeting Hilaria, a yoga instructor, in 2011.
"I remember during my lifetime I would meet women, and it was almost like God would say to me, 'Now, this woman here is not the one you are going to end up with, but she is going to be a lot like this woman; look at this woman, study this woman,'" Baldwin told guest Bill de Blasio, then the Democratic candidate for New York City mayor. "And when my wife showed up, he was like, 'You recognize her now?'"
Last year, Alec and Hilaria opened up to HOLA! USA about their relationship and how they are raising their children.
"Carmen's first language is Spanish. I only speak Spanish with her," Hilaria said. "And with Alec she is smart enough to know that she needs to switch to English."
"Alec's Spanish is getting better and better," she added. "His accent is very good."
"My Spanish can only get better. It can only improve...maybe by the time I'm 90, I will nail it," Alex joked.