Alec Baldwin's is banned from impersonating Donald Trump at home.
The 58-year-old actor's wife, Hilaria Baldwin, addressed the Saturday Night Live parodies in an interview with the Today show's Morning Routine series on Tuesday, revealing that their daughter tried to impersonate Trump with face paint.
WATCH: 'Saturday Night Live' Mocks Donald Trump's Performance in 'Second and Worst Ever Presidential Debate'
"She had reddish mark on her chin and we thought she got hurt," explained Hilaria of the couple's 3-year-old, Carmen. "She said, 'I was painting my face.' I asked what color, and she said, 'Orange, like Donald Trump.'"
While the toddler recognizes Trump from seeing him on the news, Alec's impersonation of the 70-year-old real estate mogul is strictly for SNL.
"We don't practice Trump at home, right honey?" the 32-year-old mom of three yelled to her husband during the interview, adding,"We leave Trump at SNL."
MORE: Stephen Baldwin Is Not Amused by Brother Alec's Impersonation of Donald Trump
Although viewers seems to love the Trump skits, the Republican presidential nominee isn't so flattered by Alec's impersonation.
"Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me," Trump tweeted about SNL after the show spoofed his second presidential debate against Hilary Clinton. "Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election!"
No matter how Trump feels , his critique is probably the last thing on Alec and HIlaria's minds. Between Alec’s busy acting schedule, Hilaria’s work as a yoga instructor, and three kids -- Carmen, and sons, Rafael, 2, and Leonardo, who was born last month -- the couple certainly have their hands full.
Hilaria recently shared a pic of her postpartum belly on Instagram, 24 hours after giving birth to Leonardo. See more on the empowering selfie in the video below.