Over the years, Jessica Alba has emerged as a celebrity icon who bats for socially relevant issues. Today, she has emerged as a woman who gives 'zero f-cks' about what people think about her body. And that is the level of awesomeness we all should aspire to have. The actress features in the latest issue of InStyle magazine, writing an essay for it. The partnership with the mag was quite a nostalgic trip for Jessica. Her first InStyle cover, back in 2007, had given her the confidence to think that she has arrived in Hollywood. Jessica Alba's Twitter Account Hacked.
"Looking back, when I shot my first InStyle cover, I was insecure. I felt like I needed to be someone I wasn't in order to be accepted," the 38-year-old said. Today, she is the mother of three lovely daughters and headlining a hit TV show about two female cops kicking ass. It is called L.A.'s Finest, check it out.
Check Out Jessica's Lovely Pic With Her Daughters:
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This is my my world. My heart burst open the moment I became a mom almost 11 years ago. I became a soft, vulnerable, open women -fully comfortable in myself knowing that I’m far from perfect but I always try to do my best -my kiddos are my #1. There has been no greater gift in my life than being their mama. It’s messy, chaotic, hilarious, cozy, warm, joyful, hectic, frustrating, rewarding, and everything in between. Thank you @jondavisphoto for capturing so many moments of us and once in a while we get all kids smiling at the same time!!! (Hooray) Swipe through for a random snap shot of my #momlife -my biggest baby Honor growing up so fast 🙈, Honor and Haven fighting 🙄, Haven 🦁 just living her very best life and my Hayesie Boo giggles 💔💔💔💔. To all the mamas out there doing the damn thing- I See you 👊🏽✨🙏🏽 I Love you and we are in this together! 💗
She further added, "I allowed other people's ideas of who they thought I should be, define me. Who am I now? I give zero f**ks. I have three children. They've exploded my body, and I'm cool with it."
The actress also wrote, "I also stopped allowing myself to be objectified in the press through a male’s perspective," adding, "Screw that, man. It’s OK to be sexy. It’s OK to wear a short skirt or a loud print if I feel like it because I own it in my own way. I can flaunt what I want, cover what I want, and still feel good."
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