“Just me and my (can’t believe she’s that big) little girl,” Jessica Alba shared her cute photo on Instagram
I can’t believe how big she is! The Honest Company co-founder Jessica Alba, 41, uploaded a gorgeous snap with daughter Honor, 14, in similar linen dresses in a restaurant car park on Wednesday, August 3 to social media.
Alba and Warren celebrated Honors high school graduation in June. Honor graduated a few weeks after her 14th birthday, Alba congratulated her with a photo carousel on Instagram. Alba shared the caption on Instagram: “Another one so proud of my honorcita – congratulations on this huge milestone 🎉👏🏽🥳 off to high school baby girl!” Alba and Cash Warren also have two children: Hayes, 4, and Haven, 10.
Alba captioned the photo she posted to Instagram, “just me and my (can’t believe she’s that big) little girl.” Honor wears a mid-length dress and wraps her arms around her mother, who is wearing a bra top, blazer and pants.
Everyone is amazed to see the little girl appear taller in the photos Alba uploaded and Instagram is flooded with comments. Famous influencers on social media also shared their love on Instagram. Famous American fashion designer Stacey Bendet wrote: “Gorgeous!!!” Another user wrote: “omg Jess she is taller than you.” “Oh my god she is beautiful.” commented another. One user wrote: “Love how she has her arms wrapped around her mother. You can tell she loves her mom so much! Good job mother.”
Mentioning her pictures from her daughter’s graduation, one Twitter user wrote: “Jessica, your daughter has grown so much! This looks like a wonderful family holiday.”
Honor and Alba have been active on social media. On Alba’s birthday in April 2020, they donned similar brown bikinis and danced to ZaeHD and CEO’s “Hustle & Flow.” “Heart is full – almost my birthday and weekend with Fam Bam was by far the biggest thing in a hot minute,” she captioned the photo and video series. Honor taught me this new TikTok dance. We didn’t fight that much and we spent a lot of time together.”
In her cover interview for Glamor UK’s July/August digital issue, the actress spoke candidly about taking her two daughters to therapy and how it has improved her connection with them. “I went with both of them. And around puberty, if I think so, it’s for me, with my girls. Then they kind of started to shut down and really say, ‘I don’t want to talk anymore. “And I’m like, ‘We don’t do that. We need to keep a line of communication here. How can I be a better parent to you? How should I talk to you? Don’t shut me out.'” She said she’s sharing a safe place to the children and said, “Here’s a safe place, you can’t get into trouble – let me know what I’m doing wrong or what you want me to do differently. Or how do you want me to discipline you if you screw up.” “How does that look to you? And how would you like to be treated so you still feel like you’re maintaining your dignity?”