Pregnant Ireland Baldwin reveals her baby’s name

After only revealing her first pregnancy at the turn of the year, Ireland Baldwin (27) has now also announced the name of her first child. The daughter of Hollywood stars Alec Baldwin (64) and Kim Basinger (69) was a guest on the “Girlboss Radio” podcast, where she talked about what she is most looking forward to in terms of becoming a parent. “It’s cool that I can love this person unconditionally and do my best to prepare them for this world […]’ Baldwin explained.

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Ireland Baldwin names her baby Holland

Giggling, the 27-year-old revealed the name of her unborn little girl in the podcast: “We call her Holland. I’m Ireland, so the name of another country because we wanted to keep it consistent”. Baldwin also revealed that she is a big fan of actress Holland Taylor (80), who German television viewers know as Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen, 57) and Alan’s (Jon Cryer, 57) mother Evelyn from the series “Two and a Half Men”. could.

“Stylish and beautiful name”

Baldwin says she has loved the name Holland since she was young. “I just thought it was such a stylish and beautiful name, that’s why we chose Holland.” In addition to the unconditional love already mentioned, Baldwin also wants to offer her daughter “stability”. She describes this as something she didn’t have as a child. The father of the child is the musician RAC (38), whose real name is André Allen Anjos.

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