Embattled actor Alec Baldwin enjoyed a chilly day at the beach near his Hamptons, Long Island home as the investigation into his shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his western film, Rust.
Baldwin, 63, was pictured on Sunday at the beach with three of his seven children, and their nanny, as temperatures remained in the 40s, dipping into the 30s by mid afternoon.
The Baldwin clan seemed to be dressed appropriately for the weather, each wearing large winter jackets and boots as they trekked the empty beach, where there were no other souls around.
But the family didn’t stay at the Little Alberts Landing Beach for too long in the wintery weather, and only remained at the beach for about 15 minutes – after throwing some seaweed into the ocean.
The Baldwin family’s outing began at around 11am, with the clan heading to a wooded area of the elite Hampton’s before making their way to the entirely empty beach at around noon.
At one point, the actor seemed pensive after throwing some some seaweed into the ocean, and looking out into the expanse.
And in between the fun with his children, Baldwin, a father of seven, took some calls on his cellphone, which Sante Fe sheriffs in New Mexico issued a search warrant for.
He was seen wearing a black winter coat and dark pants as he strode around the beach, smiling.
They left within 15 minutes, after it appeared to get too cold for Baldwin’s children.
The family has been in the Hamptons since Friday, when Baldwin was pictured outside his Manhattan home packing up his Escalade with Christmas wreaths, bags and presents.