’ ” Since his split from his wife of eight years, Kim Basinger, in 2002, Baldwin, 48, has been linked to various women, including actress Kristin Davis and lawyer Nicole Seidel. “You meet people who are great, but they’re not who you want to turn the lights out with,” he says. “I was in love when I was married, I’m not ashamed to say.

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guest star Alec Baldwin has been married twice in his life.

He was first married to actress Kim Basinger from 1993 until 2002 and he later married current wife Hilaria Baldwin a decade later, in 2012.

As the number of Lyme disease cases grows nationally, Alec Baldwin is sharing his personal struggle with the infectious illness.

Hours after appearing on the season finale of Saturday Night Live, Baldwin rushed to California to speak at a Lyme Aid research benefit. I really thought this is it, I’m not going to live,” he said.

Antibiotics are used to treat Lyme, but the length of treatment can vary among patients.

The earlier the treatment begins, the better chance of recovery a patient has.Today, she still is active in promoting health and fitness. Alec Baldwin returned to the show with his Trump impersonation, this time starting by popping up on Paul Manafort, played by Alex Moffat, wearing a "casual ,000 suit" while stuck on house arrest following the charges brought against him by special counsel Robert Mueller."God, you're screwed," Baldwin as Trump said to Manafort.As Us previously reported, he and Hilaria will welcome their fourth child — a son — this spring. “Carmen was a little disappointed because she’s been wanting a little sister,” Hilaria explained. (Alec is also the father of 22-year-old daughter Ireland, whom he shares with his first wife, Kim Basinger.)The mom of Carmen, 4, Rafael, 2, and Leonardo, 13 months, said she was “in shock” when she learned she was having another boy. "It's a shame you're going to prison, I was going to give you a huge tax break."Baldwin's Trump hopped in the shower with Moffat's Manafort to make sure he wasn't wearing a wire, and the two were soon joined by Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, played by Beck Bennett and Kate Mc Kinnon.