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Alec Baldwin And Daughter To Hit The 'Fabulous Beekman Boys' Farm?

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Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell have themselves some big fans in Alec Baldwin and his daughter Ireland.

The pair, who star in the hit Planet Green reality series “The Fabulous Beekman Boys”, recently ran into the actor and his daughter while attending a fundraiser for Second Stage Theater at Lucky Strike on 42nd Street in New York.

According to RadarOnline, the conversation quickly turned to a potential visit down on the Beekman Farm.

“Alec told the Beekman Boys that he wanted to take his daughter to visit their farm because it would do them both some good to get out of the city,” said a source. “And Purcell and Ridge were overheard telling Baldwin about the benefits of an honest day’s work on the farm’ and responded with an open invitation.”

That’s one visit Planet Green execs would love to see happen, though I doubt very much that Baldwin would ever show up knowing camera crews were waiting in the parlor. Still, it would be great to see more celebrities gettin’ dirty with Josh and Brent — something we’ll keep our fingers crossed on heading into season two this spring.

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