Two months after opening up about suffering a miscarriage, Hilaria Baldwin has hope that her family will continue to grow in the future.
Hilaria, 35, and husband Alec Baldwin, 62, aren't done trying to have kids, she told People on Monday.
"They're my favorite things in the world," she said. “I never expected to have a big family but since we signed on to it, at this point, why not? Why not keep going?”
Baldwin has been vocal in the past few months about the difficulty moving forward from their loss. She also wants to create "a positive from a negative" and use the devastating situation to help others feel less alone.
"I’m definitely not going to end on that note," she said. "I’m going to do my very best.”
The Baldwins have four children together: Carmen, 5, Rafael, 3, Leonardo, 2, and Romeo, 1. Hilaria joked that they've had three sons trying to give Carmen a sister, "so who who knows what we’re going to end up with? Twelve children?”
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She also credited Alec for being a great support system: “I’m lucky that he’s very, very supportive and I know we both have a tremendous amount of respect for each other and I think that that’s the foundation of our relationship.”
Just before Hilaria announced the miscarriage, Alec told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" he would be open to more children.
"We always say when the baby comes, you look at the baby and you're like, how can we-- What are we gonna do? Send it back?" he said. "You know, we always think, this is perfect. All of our kids are like magical, so we would have another one."
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Hilaria and Alec Baldwin want more kids after miscarriage: 'Definitely not going to end on that note'