Hilaria Baldwin gives glimpse at her baby bump in a black cut-out dress while expecting a new child

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Hilaria Baldwin shared a look at her growing baby bump in a video that was shared to her Instagram Story on Saturday.

The 38-year-old social media personality posed for the clip while trying out clothes to see what would fit her best during her current pregnancy.

The yoga instructor is currently expecting to welcome her seventh child, whose name and gender have not been revealed as of yet, with her longtime husband Alec Baldwin.

A better look: Hilaria Baldwin shared a look at her growing baby bump in a video that was shared to her Instagram Story on Saturday

A better look: Hilaria Baldwin shared a look at her growing baby bump in a video that was shared to her Instagram Story on Saturday

Baldwin wore a black dress that featured a cut-out portion at its midsection while taking the photo.

The influencer also added a text graphic to her image where she noted that her dress ‘isn’t maternity, but works.’

The podcaster rocked a set of gold high-heeled shoes and accessorized with several articles of jewelry.

Her lovely blonde hair fell onto her shoulder and contrasted well with the dark tone of her outfit. 

Dressed for success: Baldwin wore a black dress that featured a cut-out portion at its midsection while taking the photo

Dressed for success: Baldwin wore a black dress that featured a cut-out portion at its midsection while taking the photo

Pointing it out: The influencer also added a text graphic to her image where she noted that her dress'isn't maternity, but works'

Pointing it out: The influencer also added a text graphic to her image where she noted that her dress ‘isn’t maternity, but works’

Baldwin previously shared a video with her 959k Instagram followers in which she was seen using an at-home fetal doppler to listen to her baby’s heartbeat.

On Monday, the Yoga Vida founder posted the clip in which she was seen laying in bed as she used the device and explained that monitoring her unborn baby’s heartbeat comforted her as she was ‘nervous’ about her seventh pregnancy following her 2019 miscarriages.

‘So much of motherhood is waiting and realizing that there is so much beyond our control,’ Hilaria wrote in the lengthy caption.

Monitoring: Hilaria Baldwin shared a video with her 959k Instagram followers in which she was seen using an at-home fetal doppler to listen to her baby's heartbeat

Monitoring: Hilaria Baldwin shared a video with her 959k Instagram followers in which she was seen using an at-home fetal doppler to listen to her baby’s heartbeat

She continued, ‘As I approach the time when I lost the second baby in 2019, at 16 weeks, I get more nervous. I get asked all the time how to stay calm and make it through after loss.’

The Boston native shares six children with her husband, 64, whom she married in 2012.

They are parents to daughters María Lucía Victoria, 13 months, and Carmen Gabriela, eight, and sons Rafael Thomas, six, Leonardo Ángel Charles, five, Romeo Alejandro David, three, and Eduardo ‘Edu’ Pao Lucas, 18 months.

Worried: On Monday, the pregnant 38-year-old Yoga Vida founder posted the clip in which she was seen laying in bed as she used the device and explained that monitoring her unborn baby's heartbeat comforted her as she was'nervous' about her seventh pregnancy following her 2019 miscarriages

Worried: On Monday, the pregnant 38-year-old Yoga Vida founder posted the clip in which she was seen laying in bed as she used the device and explained that monitoring her unborn baby’s heartbeat comforted her as she was ‘nervous’ about her seventh pregnancy following her 2019 miscarriages

Hilaria suffered two miscarriages in 2019, the first occurring in April and the second in November when she was 16 weeks along.

The entrepreneur revealed that she typically experiences ‘intense implantation cramping’ in her first trimester and shared her frustration with her mother Kathryn Hayward, 68.

‘To be honest, it’s hard to stay calm, even if someone hasn’t experienced loss. I experience intense implantation cramping in the first tri,’ she wrote.

Difficult: The entrepreneur revealed that she typically experiences'intense implantation cramping' in her first trimester and shared her frustration with her mother Kathryn Hayward, 68

Difficult: The entrepreneur revealed that she typically experiences ‘intense implantation cramping’ in her first trimester and shared her frustration with her mother Kathryn Hayward, 68

‘I expressed my frustration to my mother when I was pregnant with Carmen. I thought at any moment I’d start bleeding…she told me ‘this is just the beginning, Hilaria…this is preparation for an entire lifetime of being a mother and not being able to control so much. You must live and learn to be.”

‘Going on 7 children later, and multiple losses, this is so true. Frustrating for my controlling Capricorn mind, but true.

She went on to say, ‘Learning to let go and understand we are in a nature system that is not always benevolent, has been a difficult and important lesson for me. One that I have not mastered, but I’m constantly working on it.

Advice: Kathryn told her,'this is just the beginning, Hilaria¿this is preparation for an entire lifetime of being a mother and not being able to control so much. You must live and learn to be'

Advice: Kathryn told her, ‘this is just the beginning, Hilaria…this is preparation for an entire lifetime of being a mother and not being able to control so much. You must live and learn to be’

‘When I get nervous, I focus on my breath and try to calm muscles of stress in my body. This helps my mind.

‘I have this Doppler from when I was pregnant with Edu. I didn’t go to as many dr appts because of COVID, so I did little checks on him at home. What a wild time to be having a baby.

‘I decided to dig it up this pregnancy, as I can feel my stress level rise, approaching the 4 month mark, interestingly coinciding with the baby I lost due date.’

Giving it some thought: The Mom Brain podcast host advised her followers to weigh the pros and cons as they whether a fetal doppler would be beneficial to relieving their anxieties

Giving it some thought: The Mom Brain podcast host advised her followers to weigh the pros and cons as they whether a fetal doppler would be beneficial to relieving their anxieties

Baby news: The Living Clearly Method author and Alec revealed that they were expecting their seventh child last month

Baby news: The Living Clearly Method author and Alec revealed that they were expecting their seventh child last month

The Mom Brain podcast host advised her followers to weigh the pros and cons as they whether a fetal doppler would be beneficial to relieving their anxieties.

She said, ‘Do I recommend getting one of these? Perhaps. The question is: is it causing stress or calming? I’ve read that sometimes women can’t find the heartbeat (even tho it’s there), because it can be tricky.

‘That is an important thing to think about. Also, sometimes people get addicted to it..that’s something to consider,’ Hilaria added.

‘Anyway, as always, I like to pass on my thoughts and experience with you, just in case it’s helpful �� the one I bought is sonoline b

Doppler: The device used by Hilaria, the Sonoline B Baby Doppler Fetal Monitor, retails for $49.95

Doppler: The device used by Hilaria, the Sonoline B Baby Doppler Fetal Monitor, retails for $49.95

The device used by Hilaria, the Sonoline B Baby Doppler Fetal Monitor, retails for $49.95.

The Living Clearly Method author and Alec revealed that they were expecting their seventh child last month.

The pair told People magazine in a statement: ‘We have ‘somos un buen equipo’ engraved on our wedding bands. We say that to each other all the time at home — that we’re a good team.

‘One of the most beautiful things my children have experienced with a big family is how the heart can grow with every new sibling.

‘Our capacity to love continues to expand and we can’t wait to embrace our new little one this fall!’

Big family: Hilaria and Alec already share six children together - daughters María Lucía Victoria, 13 months, and Carmen Gabriela, eight, and sons Rafael Thomas, six, Leonardo Ángel Charles, five, Romeo Alejandro David, three, and Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas, 18 months

Big family: Hilaria and Alec already share six children together – daughters María Lucía Victoria, 13 months, and Carmen Gabriela, eight, and sons Rafael Thomas, six, Leonardo Ángel Charles, five, Romeo Alejandro David, three, and Eduardo ‘Edu’ Pao Lucas, 18 months

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