Ireland Baldwin has shown her boyfriend’s estimation of her weight. The 24-year-old model and daughter to Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger updated her Instagram over the weekend with a snap of beau Corey Hart attempting to fill out a phone form – height and weight were included.
Ireland, who towers at a statuesque 6’1” and this month made headlines for marking six years free of anorexia and bulimia, bravely shared the post, also taking to the comments section – fans are nosy about her actual weight. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. Ireland, who remains body-positive in the wake of her eating disorder battles, had shared a snap of 24-year-old Corey seemingly sussed on her weight. The screen showed Ireland’s date of birth entered as 10/23/95, plus her correct height. Under weight, Corey had typed out 135.
A caption from Ireland including a somewhat angry-faced emoji as she wrote:
“When your man guesses your weight ?♥️”
The comments section has exploded – in part, because 135 pounds at 6’11” is equal to a medically-underweight BMI.
Fans have responding. The model, who bravely opened up about her anorexia battle in 2018 as she said the “pain and destruction I inflicted on myself wasn’t worth it,” now sees a mixed response. Some users were concerned at the estimated figure.
“Thats not even close to the healthy BMI for a female that is 6′ … so this is worrisome,” a fan replied.
Meanwhile, others were curious as to the real figure, with one fan asking Ireland: “Are you going to tell us your real weight?”
Ireland, who this summer joked about getting “fat” in quarantine with a knife-wielding video that featured Cheetos, did reply.
“Not your business,” she fired back.
And not everyone was impressed by the question – “Way uncool. People don’t say/ask that sh-t anymore…,” a fan wrote.
Elsewhere in the comments, fans supported a body-positive image, with one user writing: “You are solid. You also have a medium build. You would look really unwell at 135! You look perfect as you are.”
Scroll for Ireland’s emotional ED-free reveal.
Ireland fronted media outlets in mid-August for taking to Instagram to mark a major recovery milestone.
“Got a call from my old program yesterday… 6 years ?,” she wrote, adding:
“Wanted to announce that today is the 15th of August, and today marks six years that I have been free of anorexia and bulimia and all of my other food compulsion and eating disorders that I have struggled through for many years.”
Ireland added that turning down “so many sides of fries” just “wasn’t worth it.”