Hilaria Baldwin Shares Footage from Birth of Son Edu to Celebrate 1st Birthday: 'My Rainbow'

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ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty; hilaria baldwin/ instagram Hilaria Baldwin (inset) and her son

Hilaria Baldwin is reflecting on one year of baby Edu.

On Wednesday, the mom of six celebrated son Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas turning one by sharing a bath-time photo on Instagram and writing, "Happy 1st birthday to my beautiful Eduardo Pau Lucas 💕. You are my son, my love, my rainbow 🌈."

Hilaria, 37, also shared footage from Edu's birth, including the emotional moment she first held him as a newborn. The video featured snapshots from their family birthday party, including the baby boy enjoying his birthday cake.

"From our first meeting to the first birthday … we love this little human so much 💛," Hilaria captioned the post.

Hilaria shares six children with husband Alec Baldwin: daughters Carmen Gabriela, 8, and María Lucía Victoria, 6 months, plus sons Rafael Thomas, 6, Leonardo Ángel Charles, 4, Romeo Alejandro David, 3, and Edu.

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Last month, Hilaria shared a message on Instagram for National Rainbow Baby Day, honoring her two youngest, MariLu, whom she welcomed via surrogate, and Edu.

"When I lost my babies in 2019, I will always remember thinking my tears would never stop. I will always be sad, they still flow from time to time, and I hold this sadness written permanently in the pages of my life's book," wrote Hilaria. "I also welcome and rejoice in my two rainbow babies, feeling that I am such a lucky mama."

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"We open and heal out loud not only for ourselves, but to let our sisters know that they are not alone," she continued. "My mantra was: I'm not ok, but I want to be ok. This hurts, I want to process, I'll allow myself to vent the pain, and I want to see the beauty in life again."

"I do think that touching such darkness makes us see the light differently —not better—just differently," added Hilaria. "I love you all, I support you all, and may you know that I am with you—there are many of us. you are not alone."