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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin renew their vows on their 5th wedding anniversary

The couple said "I do" times two at the Wolffer Estate Vineyard in the Hamptons Friday.
/ Source: TODAY

It's a promise so good they made it twice.

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin renewed their wedding vows before a gathering of friends and family at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard in the Hamptons on Friday.

The pair were celebrating their nuptials on what was their fifth wedding anniversary. (They got hitched at the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Manhattan on June 30, 2012.)

Ireland Baldwin, Alec’s 21-year-old daughter from his previous marriage to ex Kim Basinger, was on hand to celebrate the momentous day of love, as were her younger half-siblings: Alec and Hilaria’s daughter, Carmen, 3, and sons Rafael, 2, and Leonardo, 9 months.

Carmen wore a flower-girl dress and a flower crown for the ceremony, and decidedly stole the show by being so adorable.

Both Alec, 59, and Hilaria, 33, shared some sweet images to their Instagram following the fun summer fete.

Hilaria, who wore a sleeveless Champagne-colored Amsale gown, shared an image of her and Alec smooching in the vineyards, and one of her giving little Carmen a peck on the lips. She also posted a photo of the couple busting a move on the dance floor (she donned a strapless Carmen Marc Valvo dress for that portion of the evening.)

Baldwin shared a few snapshots, too, including one of himself with Ireland out in the vineyards at dusk and another of Carmen with her flower crown in perfect order.

“Isn't this lovely?” he captioned the latter image.

The newly re-wed couple has happily given fans a glimpse into their life with their little ones in recent months. Back in March, they brought their two oldest children to the red carpet for the premiere of Baldwin's animated movie "The Boss Baby."

And in May, the yoga instructor shared a hilarious video of her husband teaching Carmen how to do a Trump impersonation like the one he is renowned for on "Saturday Night Live."