Hilaria Baldwin braved the winter chill and showed off her baby bump while doing yoga poses in front of public statues of female leaders in honor of International Women's Day.
The 34-year-old wellness expert was pictured posing in New York City's Bryant Park on Thursday afternoon performing a series of yoga moves in front of a statue of American novelist, poet, and playwright Gertrude Stein.
Despite the winter chill, Hilaria was wearing just a pair of tight-fitting leggings and a short-sleeved T-shirt, covering up her arms for a couple of the images in a pale pink jacket.
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Tribute: Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin, 34, struck showed off her yoga skills while posing in front of a public statue of Gertrude Stein in New York City in honor of International Women's Day
Spreading the word: The yoga instructor, who was pictured in Bryant Park, is currently expecting her fourth child with husband Alec Baldwin
Empowering: Hilaria, who was posing in front of a statue of literary icon Gertrude Stein, did a peaceful warrior pose to celebrate the 'strong, powerful, brave women in all of our lives'
Look of love: Hilaria also shared Instagram Stories videos of her husband Alec Baldwin giving her a kiss in celebration of International Women's Day
In one photo, Hilaria is posed with her hands on her hips, while showing off her T-shirt that reads: 'Heroes. Friends. Mothers. Daughters. Visionaries. Queens. Rulers. Women. International Women's Day 2018.'
Other shots show the yoga teacher demonstrating a peaceful warrior pose and a heel stretch.
Hilaria took to Instagram on Thursday to promote her part in the campaign, writing: 'Happy International Women’s Day!'
'I love the community we have built on this page...strong women and men supporting positivity and each other in such a heartwarming way,' she continued.
'We need to take this energy even more out into the world...because there is still so much to be done.'
She added that she wants to help 'call attention to incredible women and their contributions' as best she can.
'In honor of #internationalwomensday, I'm celebrating the strong, powerful, brave women in all of our lives with my peaceful warrior pose,' she wrote.
Minority: Out of the nearly 150 public historical statues in the city, only five depict historical female leaders, including Eleanor Roosevelt (pictured)
Added touch: In order to raise awareness about these female icons, clothing brand Old Navy decorated their statues with floral arrangements as part of its #hipowered campaign
Homage: A statue of Harriet Tubman was decorated with a display of yellow and pink flowers, including a wreath around her neck
Bright light: A bust of Golda Meir, former prime minister of Israel, was given a wreath made up of flowers in shades of red and pink
'We're all in this together, and we'll only rise by lifting each other up.'
Hilaria also posted a series of Instagram Stories videos of her husband Alec, 59, preparing to give her an affection kiss in honor of International Women's Day.
After sharing a sweet smooch with his wife, Alec pretended to swoon on the couch behind him.
'And that's what it's like living with an actor,' Hilaria joked.
But Hilaria is not the only one taking steps to celebrate the female-focused day, and the world's strongest female icons, both past and present.
In the images of Hilaria posing in the park, the statue of literary icon Stein can be seen draped in flowers as part of an International Women's Day campaign to celebrate some of the country's female leaders, while drawing awareness to the fact that, of the 150 public historical statues in the city, only five depict women of note.
Launched by Old Navy, the #hipowered 'flower empower' campaign saw those five statues being covered in flowers for the day.
Impressive: New York City's statue of Joan of Arc was covered in garland made out of baby's breath
Looking to spring: There were pink and white roses left at the foot of the statue
Empowering: The Fearless Girl statue, which was unveiled in March 2017, was also decorated as part of the campaign
Modern hero: The bronze statue was given a cape of blue and purple flowers that trailed behind her
As well as Stein's statue, sculptures of Eleanor Roosevelt, Golda Meir, Harriet Tubman, and Joan of Arc, were decorated with lush flowers and ferns inspired by the colors in the brand's new 'Hi, Powered' collection - as well as the Fearless Girl statue in the Financial District.
Meanwhile, in celebration of the day, Julie Luker, director of public relations and partnerships at Old Navy, told DailyMail.com that female empowerment has always been important to the brand.
Out of Old Navy's 56,000 employees, 75 per cent are women.
'International Women’s Day has been celebrated globally for over 100 years, and one of the longest standing traditions is for women to receive flowers,' she said.
'We wanted to pay homage to that tradition in a uniquely Old Navy way. We believe in supporting and inspiring future leaders.'