Jessica Alba shared her holiday photo on social media Tuesday and it looks like her kids are growing up fast.
The actress, who looked stunning at the recent Baby2Baby gala, kept it casual for the snap as she and her family posed in front of a line of trees at what looked like a Christmas lot.
‘It’s that time of year! Xo’ the 42-year-old wrote on the post.
Jessica was festively in a gray knee length coat with a red scarf and red pants. Her long, blonde hair was styled straight and she wore natural looking makeup.
She was joined by her husband, Cash Warren, 44, who looked handsome in tan jeans, black sneakers and a navy blue puffy jacket over a navy sweater and white T-shirt.
Jessica Alba’s daughter, Honor, 15, and Haven, 12, appear to be nearly as tall as their 5’7″ mother as they pose for a family holiday photo with dad Cash Warren, 44, and younger brother Hayes, five. ‘It’s that time of year! Xo’ the 42-year-old wrote Jessica wrote next to the snap
The couple’s three children stood between them.
Honor, 15, appeared to be just as tall as her 5’7″ mother. The two share the same blonde hair and the teen let her fall in natural waves around her shoulders.
Haven, 12, appears to have inherited the tall genes from Jessica and Cash who stands at 6’0.,’ The tween appeared to be just an inch or two shorter than her mom and sister and styled her strawberry blonde hair in braids, while staying comfortable in a gray ‘Prince’ T-shirt, loose fitting jeans and sneakers.
Son Hayes, five, has plenty of time to catch up to his siblings. The youngster looked adorable in a black hoodie and white and black pants with a panda graphic and sneakers.
Jessica has used her skills and an entrepreneur and an actress to launch her own DIY show, Honest Renovations on Roku.
She and co-host Lizzy Mathis, star in the show in which the renovate homes, with the help of organizing specialist Amy Suddleson.
The hosts not only help with new decor and an updated style, they also talk with their clients about parenting.
The Fantastic Four star launched the Honest company in 2011, and in movie terms, it’s turned out to be blockbuster.
Jessica has put acting on the backburner to pursue other projects, including her new DIY show, Honest Renovations with her friend and co-host Lizzy Mathis
The hosts not only help with new decor and an updated style, they also talk with their clients about parenting. Honest Renovations is on Roku
‘I had chronic allergies, and I was hospitalized a lot as a child,’ she told Romper in 2021. ‘I had this real moment of, I want to live, and thrive… so, my health matters.
The line started out as cleaning products made with natural ingredients, but has since grown to include diapers, wipes, skin care, bath products and makeup. As of February 2022, the company was valued at some $550 million.
Due to her growing family and the success of Honest, Jessica has put acting on the backburner. ‘I couldn’t go back to what I was doing before and be authentic,’ she explained.
I just couldn’t. I just didn’t care about it anymore the same way. It was something bigger. I felt like if I was going to, I guess, sort of get this platform, what can I do with it that could be meaningful and make a difference.’