She is a billionaire business woman as well as a Hollywood movie star. But Jessica Alba is also a devoted family woman, and was seen out with her brood on Saturday for a casual dinner at Taverna Tony’s in Malibu, California.
The 40-year-old actress was joined by husband Cash Warren and their children, daughters Honor Marie, 13, Haven Garner, nine, and three year-old son Hayes.
For the outing, the star cut a casual figure and placed emphasis on her stunning natural beauty going makeup free for the occasion.
Alba was outfitted in a patterned green dress that draped over a majority of her shapely physique during the family outing.
The Sin City performer added an element of bright color to her clothing ensemble with a light blue denim jacket and carried an orange flannel in case the weather unexpectedly dropped on her.
Her striking brunette hair cascaded onto her shoulders and backside and contrasted well with the light tone of her outerwear, and she sported a pair of white sandals.
The actress also wore two silver necklaces that added an element of shine to her ensemble and carried a light brown bag with her as she entered the restaurant.
The actress and her spouse initially met when she was working on the 2004 superhero feature Fantastic Four, where her now spouse was serving as an assistant.
Before she became involved with her future husband, the performer was engaged to her Dark Angel co-star, Michael Weatherly, for a period of time, although they broke things off in 2003.
Alba and Warren dated for three years before they announced that they were planning to marry in late 2007.The pair later made their union official during a low key ceremony that was held at a courthouse in Beverly Hills the following year.
The couple welcomed their first daughter that June and waited until 2011 and 2017, respectively, to add their other two kids to their lives.
Alba spoke about how she largely stepped away from acting after the birth of her first daughter during an interview with Romper and noted that she did not feel the same about her profession upon becoming a parent.
‘Frankly, I was at the top of my career…I couldn’t go back to what I was doing before and be authentic. I just couldn’t. I didn’t care about it the same way,’ she said.
The performer went on to note that her family has been greatly affected by the ongoing state of the pandemic and that she has been especially conscious of her kids’ feelings over the past year.
‘it’s all been really heavy…Your children’s reality is really going to be dependent on your outlook and how you approach it in all this madness,’ she expressed.
Alba concluded by speaking about how her family inspired her to take on more entrepreneurial ventures, as she wanted to bring a bit of good into the world after having children.
‘It was something bigger. I felt like if I was going to have this platform, then what can I do with it that could be meaningful and make a difference? That just felt so real when I became a mom for the first time,’ she recalled.
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