You all know it already, but the info must be here. Jessica Alba gave birth. She was born a healthy boy named Hayes Alba Warren . She gave birth on December 31, 2017 !
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Family Alba-Warren will grow, this time by male !!! Whoa, I’m so happy! :) Everything Jessica and girls revealed using Honest Company box, from which dropped blue confetti and balloons :)
Cash and I couldn’t be more thrilled to announce… 👶💙 #officiallyoutnumbered #babyboy #cantwaittospoilhim #hugsandkissesforlife #soontobemamaofthree
Posted by Jessica Alba on Wednesday, 25 October 2017
You all know it already. Jessica told the whole world, because after the last pictures from vacation in Hawaii it was clear to everyone. She had been trying to hide it for a long time, but the fans knew it from the very first moments. Jessica stopped drinking, no parties, no clothes. It was clear and probably just waiting for such a “safe” period. However, in a swimsuit everything was already revealed. And so everything had to be confirmed. How else than a cute instagram !!! Great, I’m happy for her. I wish you an uncomplicated pregnancy and a lot of well-being!
I kind of have no idea what a show or a show is or what it is: D But Jessica appeared on the trailer for a little while, so I think she will appear in this show. The second season was to be premiered on June 29. For example, Kate Hudson will also be here. Jessica is here at about 1:24, then at about 2:28.
The Celebrity Apprentice is an American reality TV show. The predecessor was the show The Appretice, hosted by real estate tycoon, businessman and television personality Donald Trump. The show opens the song For the Love of Money by The O’Jays. This show (unlike The Appretice) consists of famous personalities. Some are still in sight, some have been out of public reach for some time. All of them try to win money for a charity of their choice.
And why am I writing about this show? Season 8 celebrity list published. And on it is Jessica Alba. Stars like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tyra Banks, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and others will complete Jessica. So let’s see what this collaboration will be.
Jessica Alba looked stunning as she attended the SXSW Music, Film and Interactive Festival (March 15) Jessica attended the festival to discuss ‘The Honest Company.’
Jessica and CEO Brian Lee spoke about the success of Honest and how Honest plans to grow and expand in the near future… “Our customers are demanding that we go even further and offer solids and snacks and later stage foods as well,” said Alba. “And our customers have also asked us to do more personal care, so feminine care is a vertical we’re launching in the summer, and in the fall, beauty. Both of those verticals we’ve been working on for years, it’s just now that we’re at the point we can finally launch them.”
For more of Jessica’s interview onstage at SXSW visit: http://www.cnbc.com/id/102507167
Jessica Alba photographed on stage at SXSW. (for more images of Jessica at SXSW click on the image above)
Growing up in the 1980s, one of my earliest memories is of me in a terrycloth jumpsuit with rainbows on it and jelly shoes. My mum was 18 when she got pregnant and 19 when she had me. She then basically dressed me as a mini version of herself. There were a lot of Prince- and Madonna-inspired looks.
TV characters made a huge impression on me when I was younger, especially Claire Danes in My So-Called Life, and [the character] Kelly Bundy from Married with Children.
I’ve had several ‘What was I thinking?’ moments. In my late teens and early twenties I was a mess, I really didn’t have a clue. I remember wearing some outfits that showed my lower stomach, below the belly button. It was bad news, but then I got it together when I was 22.
With my first pay cheque I bought a Lanvin cashmere cable-knit sweater that had a gold thread through it. I still wear it.
When I want to put on sexy stuff in bed, I wear Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s M&S line. She’s a friend; she sent me some samples and I love them. For more classic pyjamas I wear a line called Marigot from New York.
I really enjoyed the costumes for Sin City. I needed a leather jacket for a scene and I already owned this beautiful Ralph Lauren one with wide shoulders and a tight waist, so I told the costume designer. She worked her magic and studded it up like crazy, and now my Ralph Lauren leather jacket has a metal cross and studs and spikes. It looks like armour.
When I’m filming, my trailer is always incredibly neat. I am really into being organised because otherwise how do you know where everything is? I label everything.
I give myself two hours upwards to get ready for an event, with someone else doing my hair and make-up. I could probably do it in 45 minutes, but I like to chat and my daughters Honor, five, and Haven, two, normally want my attention. When I do it myself I can’t be bothered, I just want to get it done; it’s 20 minutes max usually.
Almost every day my daughters will dress up in their pyjamas with my shoes on. I tell them they are going to fall over, especially in the high heels, so I encourage them to play with the flats instead.
Last Halloween I played Cher from The Witches of Eastwick and my other girlfriends were Michelle Pfeiffer and Susan Sarandon.
I’ve just been to Paris Fashion Week. I loved every pair of Kenzo shoes that I saw. A lot of stuff at Dior was gorgeous — there was a stunning cobalt-blue coat. At Nina Ricci there were maroon and grey clothes that were beautiful and a maroon lacy gown. Those were the standouts.
At the H&M show I was sitting next to Solange Knowles and Jourdan Dunn. I told Jourdan that when I come back I want to look like her. That girl is flawless.
When I die all my organs will be donated, so I don’t know how much of me will be left to be buried in anything special. – Standard.co.uk
Speaking to MailOnline exclusively about the new movie, Jessica said: ‘My daughter was three and a half when she first saw the movie and now she’s five. But she was mainly really confused about why I was playing the baddie. She was like, “Is she evil?” And then she said, “Are you?” So I said, “Honor, it’s just fun, it’s just a movie – it’s like playing dress up”.
‘But she said, “Why does she have to be bad? Next time, can you play the nice one?” I couldn’t really tell her that it was actually fun to play the baddie!’
Escape From Planet Earth is a departure in more ways than one for Jessica, who made her animated film debut with the role.
And admitting shooting an animated film was more than a little different than what she was used to, Jessica said: ‘I really enjoyed it actually. It was a totally foreign process for me because I didn’t even see any of the other actors who were in the film and for the first couple of days of recording I didn’t even know what my character looked like.
‘It was nice to be able to just go to a studio and play around. It was really good.’
Despite the film having a stellar voice cast, with Brendan Fraser and Sofia Vergara also voicing characters in the film, Jessica didn’t get to meet her co-stars while recording.
She said: ‘We all recorded our scenes separately. I often just worked with the writer who did the other voices.
‘I had him to bounce off of but it is very different when you see the final cut to see how they interact. It was a little bit strange for sure, but that’s just how they do it with the animated films.’
Escape From Planet Earth tells the story of famed astronaut Scorch Supernova (voiced by Fraser) who gets trapped by evil forces on a ‘Dark Planet’, also known as Earth, and has to be rescued by his brother.
But while a lot of the movie is set in space, Jessica admits that exploring the outer realms of the universe isn’t something she’s particularly keen to do.
She said: ‘I have no desire to go into space. I’m claustrophobic so I think I would just freak out if I was in space, I would just want to get out of there. I don’t think I could do that.’
Jessica also spoke about the upcoming new Fantastic Four movie – a remake of the film in which she played Sue Storm.
She added: ‘I think it’s great they’re doing another Fantastic Four – I love that comic book series. I think it’s such a sweet story about family and camaraderie and everyone using their strengths together for the greater good.
‘The Incredibles, which is a sort of animated version of it, is still one of my daughters’ favourite movies, I think because of the universal theme, and Escape From Planet Earth is very much like that – it’s about family togetherness, and putting family first, and that’s why I liked it in the first place.’
In addition to Escape From Planet Earth, Jessica recently reprised her role as Nancy Callahan in upcoming sequel to Sin City – A Dame To Kill For.
She said: ‘She was a really fun character to play again because she’s so different in this film – she’s really a mess. She’s an alcoholic, she’s depressed, so to play someone who’s so completely different to who I am – you know, I have a business, I have kids and I’m a wife and have responsibilities. So to play someone who was just a hot mess was really fun.
‘And then she avenges herself and turns her life around in this really cool, dark way, and becomes this warrior by the end.
‘So it was cool to be able to play someone who starts off as a mess and so self destructive and then by the end she is really taking control of her destiny.’
As well as her movie career, Jessica has had huge success with her company Honest, and is also kept busy with five-year-old Honor and her youngest daughter Haven, two.
But Jessica said she has managed to work out the best way to balance her work and personal lives.
She said: ‘It doesn’t really take that much time to do a movie. Some movies that I do I can do in a week, and you can shoot all of your stuff in that time.
‘And then others you can do two days here, two days there. I’m about to do two movies back to back but they’re both in LA and they’re both about four weeks each, and I think that’s all I’m going to do this year. It’s actually kind of okay.’
Escape From Planet Earth hits cinemas nationwide in the UK on March 7th.
In just a few short years, she went from being a hot starlet to an eco-crusader and savvy entrepreneur. All it took was passion and a single-minded focus on protecting the earth, for her kids and yours. Get a sneak peak at our cover interview right here.
On how people who don’t kiss their kids on the mouth are sorta weird
“Really? Why?! It’s your baby. People allow dogs to lick at their mouths.”
On her gal pals from Mommy and Me
“They’re some of my closest girlfriends. It’s weird when we’re doing normal mom things and there’s paparazzi around. That’s the only thing that makes everyone uncomfortable.”
On what she and her husband, Cash Warren, are addicted to“All he watches is sports. Fantasy football is so annoying—there’s always a game on. Though he says I’m addicted to Instagram, so it goes both ways!”
On her love of Craigslist
“I bought my hot pink desk off Craigslist. I have a problem. I love vintage furniture, and refurbishing is one of the most eco things you can do. I also got a couple of cool chairs and Danish mid-century credenzas off of Craigslist.”
Find out where Jessica gets her parenting advice, the biggest challenge she faces as a mom, and how her marriage to Cash Warren has changed. It’s all in the April issue of REDBOOK—on newsstands March 11—or download the iPad edition here.