The star also addresses negative feedback in her Instagram Stories.
Hilaria Baldwin took to Instagram on Friday for a lengthy post to thank fans for their support after she revealed that she is expecting to lose her baby.
In a heartbreaking post on Thursday, the 35-year-old star (who has four children with husband Alec Baldwin) detailed how she was sharing the news that she was "most likely suffering a miscarriage" in an attempt to help remove the stigma surrounding losing a baby.
On Friday, she assured fans she was doing OK and thanked them for their support and for sharing their own stories.
"I want to assure you that I know I will be ok," she wrote, alongside a photo of her with her children. "I have perspective to understand sadness and loss in the grand scheme of things. Emotionally I am processing it all ... being able to be open with you has been extremely healing. I was very nervous to share, and am so relieved that it was received with such love. I am grateful that you listened and I’m grateful that I have these tiny partners to go through this with."
"I don't know what I would do without my community," Baldwin continued. "Thank you for making my world a brighter place and for your sharing. I know that you didn't have to and am humbled and honored by your openness. I don't know about you, but I find it extremely comforting to know that I am not alone on this difficult journey ❤️ #neveralone."
Baldwin also took to her Instagram Stories to address negative comments she had received from some followers. “I don’t care if you are one day pregnant or nine months pregnant, you start to develop a connection as soon as you know that you’re pregnant,” she said in response to a social media user saying, “Oh it doesn’t matter cause it’s the first trimester.”
According to Thursday’s post, Baldwin’s baby has a heartbeat but “isn’t growing very much,” and the chances are “very small” that she will carry the little one to full term.
The doting momma talked to ET about supporting her husband on Saturday Night Live which juggling “a million children” earlier this week. Check out the video below.