Rachael: Hilaria Baldwin’s Vegan Pregnancy Diet & Frat House Makeover


Rachael Ray: Hilaria Baldwin

Alec Baldwin’s new wife Hilaria is not the stay-at-home wife type. She stands up for her man on Twitter, runs a successful yoga studio and is hanging out with Rachael Ray on March 1. She’s sharing her baby countdown and talking about what kind of dad Alec will be. If we’re lucky, she’ll give us some baby names.

Hilaria teaches yoga at Yoga Vida studios and has her own Hulu series teaching yoga. She is currently in a nasty lawsuit with a student who sustained injuries while participating in her yoga class. The student claims that he was asked “to perform a dangerous activity at a wall.” The tabloids have story of epic, gory proportions. Rachael and Hilaria are going to stretch their muscles and minds for a few yoga moves.


Rachael: Hilaria Baldwin's Vegan Pregnancy Diet & Frat House Makeover

Hilaria Baldwin tells Rachael that Alec thinks he’s going to be “Mr. Mom.” Rachael tries to understand Hilaria Baldwin’s vegan pregnancy diet. (Featureflash / Shutterstock.com)

It wouldn’t be Rachael Ray without some food. Hilaria is sharing her pregnancy diet and how she’s altering her usual vegan diet. She’s going to run down her daily meals. She tweeted her lunch yesterday, “Baby and I had: tomato soup, olives, grilled eggplant, babaganoush and miso… Let’s just call it… ‘eclectic.'” Let’s see what Rachael can do with that!

Rachael Ray: Frat House Cleanup

For anyone that has never seen a movie about frats or had the misfortune to be in one, they can be truly disgusting. That many men are just not meant to live together. Rachael and the “Accidental Housewife” Julie Edelman are going to venture where no woman wants to go – a fraternity laundry room. Will a makeover unite these brothers to clean the rest of their home?


Edelman then gives us her laundry secrets. How and why does she incorporate vodka into the laundry? Edelman has a process and she’s spilling her secrets.

Rachael Ray: Roma Downey & Mark Burnett

Rachael will talk to Roma Downey and Mark Burnett about their new History Channel miniseries, The Bible. What was it like tackling the most famous book of all time? The couple shares the details of this anticipated television event.

Then the couple plays a game of “he said, she said.” They’ll answer questions that every couple faces and reveal which one of them hogs the remote.


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