Alec Baldwin keeps low profile with wife Hilaria after emotional interview

Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria

Alec Baldwin kept a low profile with wife Hilaria in New York (Picture: Splash)

Alec Baldwin kept a low profile as he stepped out with wife Hilaria, following his sit-down interview.

The 63-year-old discharged a gun on the Rust set in October, and accidentally shot Halyna Hutchins – who later died due to her injuries.

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He broke down in tears as he opened up about the death of the cinematographer, 42, during an emotional discussion with George Stephanopoulos, which is airing tonight on ABC.

After a brief teaser of their interview was released, the 30 Rock actor was seen out in New York with his partner, and their children.

They could be seen pushing their youngest children in buggies during the family stroll, with the star also dragging suitcases behind him at one point.

Baldwin has stayed mostly out of the spotlight following the tragedy two months ago, in which the filmmaker lost her life.

Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria

Alec and Hilaria were seen out in New York (Picture: Splash)

Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria

He has kept a low profile following the tragedy (Picture: Splash)

It was announced on Wednesday that he had sat down with George Stephanopoulos for a pre-recorded Unscripted primetime special, in which he opened up about Hutchins’ death.

A brief teaser was released yesterday, showing him in tears while recalling what happened.

‘She was someone who was loved by everyone who worked with her, liked by everyone she worked with and admired,’ he told the host.

Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria

Baldwin broke down in an emotional interview (Picture: Splash)

Halyna Hutchins

Halyna Hutchins died in the tragedy (Picture: Getty)

‘Even now, I find it hard to believe that, it just doesn’t seem real to me.’

He was seen wiping away tears when asked how he ‘comes to terms’ with what happened on set.

Baldwin also said he didn’t point the gun at Hutchins and pull the trigger on set of the Western.

‘It wasn’t in the script for the trigger to be pulled,’ Stephanopoulos remarked, to which he replied: ‘Well the trigger wasn’t pulled, I did not pull the trigger. 

‘No, no, no, no, no, I would never point a gun at anyone and pull a trigger at them, never.’

When asked if this is the ‘worst thing’ that has ever happened to him, he added: ‘Yes. Because I think back and I think of… what could I have done.’

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