Jessica Alba runs on a different speed now that she’s a mom.
The actress is still able to run on the Hollywood circuit, going to upscale parties and gala events, but still has the energy to go out with her husband and kids in the morning for a family outing.
This weekend Alba went to the second annual Baby2Baby gala, a star-studded event to support a nonprofit that helps provide essential supplies to young children. But the next morning, she was right back at it, spending a day at Coldwater Canyon Park in Los Angeles with husband Cash Warren and daughters Haven and Honor.
Jessica said Honor has grown up quite differently than she did.
“I was a tomboy when I was a kid. Honor is like me grown up. It’s so bizarre,” she told People magazine.
This week Jessica Alba posted a picture of herself as a child on Instagram, giving fans a glimpse of the tomboy in action.
Jessica has somehow find time for her family, her acting career, and even some entrepreneurial efforts. She is the founder of The Honest Company, a business that specializes in organically produced baby products.
She has some more acting projects on the horizon as well. Jessica recently signed on to Barely Lethal, a movie about a 16-year-old assassin who fakes her own death to start a new life as a high school student. Alba plays the former associate sent to hunt the girl down.
She also appears in Machete Kills, the third film based on Grindhouse fake trailers
“The cast that [director Robert Rodriguez] put together for this one is bananas. Robert really has a gift in so many ways. He certainly put together a really cool and eclectic cast,” she said. “It’s so fun and the cameos are amazing. I have a smaller role in this one.”
Given the violent nature of the movie, it’s likely that Jessica Alba won’t be going on a family outing to see Machete Kills.