Hollywood actress Jessica Alba has revealed that she will not be letting her children become child actors, even though she started acting at the age of 12. Jessica has admitted that she will instead encourage her children to just be kids and enjoy being young.
Alba explained, “I just don’t see the need to put a child in a situation where they’re working with adults or being asked to work. I think they should just be kids. I love being in the arts so when they’re finished with college, and they want to do that, [then] totally. I think the more life experience you have, the better you are at whatever it is you want to do.”
Jessica Albagave birth to her second child, Haven Garner Warren earlier this month, after announcing that she was pregnant back in February. Jessica can next be seen on the big screen, when she stars in the Robert Rodriguez movie Spy Kids 4: All The Time in the World, which is released this weekend.
Hollywood actress Jessica Alba gave birth to her second child over the weekend and she and her husband Cash Warren have decided to name the child Haven Garner. Jessica admitted that their first child, 3 year old Honor, is extremely excited about having a little sister.
Alba explained, “Hope you’re enjoying the weekend. Cash and I are so excited to announce the birth of our daughter, Haven Garner Warren. She was born on Saturday, weighed 7lbs, and was 19 inches long. Healthy and happy! Thank you for all of your support during my pregnancy. It means the world to me.” She added, “Big Sister Honor couldn’t be more excited about the new addition to our family.”
Jessica Alba and Cash Warren announced that they were expecting their second child together back in February and Jessica revealed how she was having intense cravings. Alba can next be seen on the big screen, when Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World is released on August 19.