Alec Baldwin, wife Hilaria upset during coffee break in Vermont

Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria Baldwin have been hitting Manchester, Vermont after the tragic accident in which the actress accidentally shot and killed Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust”.

Baldwin, 63, showed up despite wearing a black face mask as he stepped out to have coffee with Hilaria, 37, at Dina’s Bakery Cafe on Sunday in new photos taken exclusively by Page Six.

The actor seemed desperate while inside the bakery. One moment Baldwin looked defeated with his head hanging low over the table, and the next he put his face in his hands while Hilaria stood in front of him with her back to the window.

However, they managed to put on brave faces when they left with their drinks. Baldwin waved photographers while Hilaria smiled politely but filmed the minor interaction on her phone.

Alec Baldwin and Hilaria leave a bakery in Vermont
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin visit a local bakery for coffee Sunday morning in Manchester, Vermont.
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Alec Baldwin looks upset inside a Vermont bakery
Alec Baldwin looked defeated as he sat alone at a table inside the bakery on Sunday.
David McGlynn
A desperate Alec Baldwin covers his face inside a Vermont bakery
Alec Baldwin covered his face with both hands as he sat inside the bakery Sunday morning.
David McGlynn

Hilaria later went for a brisk run alone, confronting the photographers sitting outside their homes with her phone.

Hilaria Baldwin is upset with photographers outside her home in Vermont
Hilaria Baldwin took a solo run Sunday morning to find photographers waiting for her.
David McGlynn

Just a day earlier, Hilaria spoke exclusively to The Post about her worries about her husband’s mental health following the tragedy on stage.

Hilaria Baldwin films a photographer in Vermont
Hilaria Baldwin documented all of her interactions with the photographers who accompanied her and Alec to Vermont.
David McGlynn

“I brought [Alec] up here because we have to mourn Halyna’s death, ”she said. “Alec had a really traumatic thing going on and I’m trying to limit PTSD.”

“He needs space for me to take care of him and his mental health,” she said. “It’s a terrible thing that has happened. Alec is feeling terrible.”

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