Mom-of-four Hilaria Baldwin is sadly no stranger to being criticized on social media, but when haters recently accused Alec Baldwin‘s stunning wife of photoshopping her post-baby body, Hilaria help nothing back in her epic response. 

First, Hilaria, 34, took to Instagram last week to show her more than 360,000 followers a new snapshot of her figure after welcoming her fourth child, son Romeo, in May. “[Ten] weeks, one day… it’s been a while since I posted an update photo like this. I do it to inspire feeding and exercising your body right. If it resonates with you, wonderful! If not, think of it as a bikini and scroll past,” she captioned the image. 

Unfortuantely, it didn’t take long for people to start suggesting that Hilaria’s photo must be altered with photoshop. “You are naturally beautiful but it’s sad that you feel the need to photoshop. It’s obvious under the left breast,” one person commented with another similarly adding, “She always looks amazing, so why photoshop? Look at the skin under her left breast. It’s deformed… She’s a phoney and obviously no thappy with her body even though she says she is.”

After seeing numerous comments accusing her of using photoshop to change the way she looks in her post-baby body pic, Hilaria returned to Instagram to post a video of her figure. “For those who are saying I photoshopped… how about this? If my ribs look funny, I apologize for them. I just had a very large baby so maybe they are still expanded. I don’t know… or maybe they will be like this forever. Whatever, I got a beautiful baby out of it, so I’m fine with them,” she wrote. 

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For those who are saying I photoshopped…how about this? If my ribs look funny, I apologize for them🙄. I just had a very large baby so maybe they are still expanded. I don’t know…or maybe they will be like this forever. Whatever, I got a beautiful baby out of it, so I’m fine with them. I’m the worst with technology anyway, so the idea of me altering an image is laughable. If you know me, I’m totally against all of that and have been an advocate for appearing natural. It’s a shame that people are so accustomed to fake, that they want to see it everywhere. I teach health because I want you to be happy and healthy. I believe life is both too long and too short to not be. I see the potential in everyone, and believe in my method and I want to help as many as possible. If you would like, take my hand in this quest for feeling good and treating your body well. If not, it is ok too…but don’t cheapen my message by saying silly things. Just move on to somewhere else.

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“I’m the worst with technology anyway, so the idea of me altering an image is laughable. If you know me, I’m totally against all of that and have been an advocate for appearing natural. It’s a shame that people are so accustomed to fake, that they want to see it everywhere. I teach health because I want you to be happy and healthy. I believe life is both too long and too short to not be,” Hilaria continued. 

“I see the potential in everyone, and believe in my method and I want to help as many as possible. If you would like, take my hand in this quest for feeling good and treating your body well. If not, it is ok too… but don’t cheapen my message by saying silly things. Just move on to somewhere else,” she concluded.