‘Blue Bloods’ Star Abigail Hawk Dazzles as She Takes in a Gorgeous Setting

by Anna Dunn
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Blue Bloods star Abigail Hawk dazzles as she takes in some seriously gorgeous scenery in a new Instagram photo. The actress plays Abigail Baker on the hit series. In the photo, she poses in front of a beautiful fountain.

Many Blue Bloods fans were quick to comment on her boots.

“Love your outfit and the boots [are] cool!!!” one fan wrote.

“Those boot!” one fan commented with heart emojis. “I’m a 9 so they’d be boats on me.”

Abigail Hawk’s Co-Star, Tom Selleck, is Very Invested in Her Character

When Abigail Hawk joined the show, her character didn’t even have a name. She had very little personality and not much to her, but Tom Selleck didn’t want to let that stand. The actor quickly had her character properly fleshed out. Now, over a decade down the line, Abigail Baker is a key part of Blue Bloods.

Since they’ve been co-workers for so long on Blue Bloods, Hawk and Selleck have formed a friendship. Selleck, who has a lot of say in the production fo the show, actually re-wrote a scene for Hawk, who was unable to shoot a scene when she went into labor.

“Tom Selleck literally rewrote a scene around the delivery of my son, which is a pretty awesome legacy,” she once shared according to Looper.

The Blue Bloods actress has also noted that Selleck and the rest of the cast have become like a family to her over the years. They were really there for her after she gave birth to her son.

“We really are a big family,” she said about the cast and crew. “Just having other moms understanding how fatigued I was, making sure that the bags underneath my eyes were taken care of, just little things like that…It’s been a wonderful, wonderful time.”

‘Blue Bloods’ is in its 12th Season

Blue Bloods has come quite far since Abigail joined the show as a nameless character. Now in its 12th season, the show has covered a ton of ground with the Reagan family. There’s still plenty of story to tell looking forward, with Eddie and Jamie facing some difficulties in their personal life and Frank Reagan continuing his battle with the Mayor.

But at its core, Blue Bloods has kept a lot the same since season 1. The family dinners are still essential, but based on the way Abigail Hawk and other cast members talk about what it’s like working on set, the actors now actually feel like a family behind the scenes.

If you want to keep up with Blue Bloods as the episodes come out this year, you can tune into CBS on Friday nights at 10/9 central.

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