Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria renew wedding vows in stunning family-filled ceremony in the Hamptons
Couple's adorable children took centre stage at family affair
Hollywood actor and presidential impersonator du jour Alec Baldwin has 'remarried' his wife of five years Hilaria in a stunning ceremony surrounded by family and friends in the Hamptons.
The couple's children Carmen (3), Rafael (2) and Leonardo (9 months) and daughter from Alec's previous marriage to Kim Basinger, Ireland (21), stood by as the celebrity couple exchanged vows for a second time.
Yoga teacher Hilaria donned a sparkling champagne-coloured Amsale gown for the romantic ceremony, which took place outdoors in the peaceful grounds of Wolffer Estate Winery in Long Island, New York, before changing into a dancefloor-friendly Carmen Marc Valvo dress for the evening's celebrations.
Alec, 59, looked handsome in his simple black suit which he paired with a white shirt and striped tie.
It was the couple's adorable children however who stole the show on the day.
Three-year-old Carmen looked to enjoy playing princess for the day as she ran around barefoot in her cute Amsale ball gown and fresh flower crown, while the couple's young boys Rafael and Leonardo, who were dressed in the ideal Hamptons' summer attire of a light blue shirt and white cropped trousers, appeared to be on their best behaviour for the day.
Groom-for-the-day Alec took to Instagram to share a few snaps of the private event with fans.
In one gorgeous photo the father of four is pictured with daughter Ireland, whose mother Kim Basinger he was married to for eight years before they filed for divorce in 2001.
"Me and I at Wolffer," the Hollywood star captioned the snap of himself and his model daughter.
Alec and Hilaria tied the knot in June, 2012.
Speaking to E! News just a few days before. the actor said “I see what I have and I’m very lucky. We’re getting remarried on Friday.”
"I need reassurance. I need to know I still got you there. I need to know you're not going anywhere," the actor said on front of Associated Press at the premier for his new movie Blind, in a sentiment that was echoed by wife Hilaria.
"Once you get married, [you think] you're done. But it's really good to say 'hey I'm still in this.'"