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Jessica Alba oozes cool-mom style during day out with look-alike daughter Honor in LA

Jessica Alba oozes cool-mom style during day out with look-alike daughter Honor in LA

Jessica Alba has attributed the inspiration for her consumer goods company — The Honest Company  — to her first-born child, Honor, and her own history of childhood illnesses.

The initial idea, following Honor’s birth in 2008, was to provide an alternative to the massive baby product market, with an emphasis on ethical consumerism. 

And on Tuesday the actress and entrepreneur got to enjoy some quality time with her look-alike daughter, now 12, during an afternoon together in Los Angeles.

One-on one: Jessica Alba, 39, enjoyed some quality mother-daughter time with her first-born, Honor, in Los Angeles on Tuesday

One-on one: Jessica Alba, 39, enjoyed some quality mother-daughter time with her first-born, Honor, in Los Angeles on Tuesday

The pair, who got in a little shopping during their time together, were spotted walking back to their parked vehicle after eating refrigerio at Eataly.

Being one of the cool moms, the Fantastic Four star looked casually-stylish in black drawstring pants, that fell to just above her ankles, and a black-and-white shirt.

She also donned a pair of black slips and had her brown tresses styled long, but pulled the front of her hair off her face with a black headband.  

On the go: The pair was seen heading to their parked car during their day together

On the go: The pair was seen heading to their parked car during their day together

Casually-stylish: The Fantastic Four star stepped out in black drawstring pants, that fell to just above her ankles, a black-and-white shirt and slips

Casually-stylish: The Fantastic Four star stepped out in black drawstring pants, that fell to just above her ankles, a black-and-white shirt and slips

Carrying a a very cool box-purse, Alba led the way through the parking lot with Honor close by her side.

The soon-to-be teenager kept it casual in the fashion department in loose-fitting blue jeans and t-shirt with black Dr. Martens shoes.

Her brown hair was styled similarly to her mother’s only with a part in the middle.

With COVID-19 still very much a health crisis, the pair both wore black protective masks over their mouth and noses while out in public. 

Safety first: With COVID-19 still very much a health crisis, the pair both wore black protective masks over their mouth and noses while out in public

Safety first: With COVID-19 still very much a health crisis, the pair both wore black protective masks over their mouth and noses while out in public

Classic casual: Honor, who turns 13 in June, kept it casual in the fashion department in loose-fitting blue jeans and t-shirt and black Dr. Martens shoes

Classic casual: Honor, who turns 13 in June, kept it casual in the fashion department in loose-fitting blue jeans and t-shirt and black Dr. Martens shoes

Having had five surgeries by the time she was 11 and her family’s history of cancer, Alba said the birth of Honor had a profound impact on how she wanted to live her life moving forward.

‘When I was pregnant with Honor, I tried to find the healthiest versions of everything,’ she revealed to WebMD in 2012, one year after co-founding The Honest Company. 

‘I knew I wanted one brand that I could trust, because there was so much confusion in the marketplace. I felt like the more I read, the more confusing and difficult it was to find the best-quality products.’ 

She added, ‘I did so much research and hit a lot of walls and was so frustrated, so I decided I had to do it myself.’

Taking the power: Frustrated by many baby goods, Alba eventually got the idea to start her own company with the help of her business partners

The inspiration for The Honest Company: Alba wanted healthy alternatives when she was pregnant with Honor

Inspired by first-born: The actress has attributed the inspiration for her consumer goods company — The Honest Company — to Honor, and her own history of childhood illnesses

The idea paid off: Alba launched The Honest Company with business partners Brian Lee, Sean Kane and Christopher Gavigan in 2012 with 17 products, and by October 2017 it was valued at just under $1 billion

The idea paid off: Alba launched The Honest Company with business partners Brian Lee, Sean Kane and Christopher Gavigan in 2012 with 17 products, and by October 2017 it was valued at just under $1 billion

Alba eventually launched the company with business partners Brian Lee, Sean Kane and Christopher Gavigan in 2012 with 17 products, and by October 2017 it was valued at just under $1 billion.

The California native is also the proud mother to daughter Haven, nine, and son Hayes, three, whom she shares with husband Cash Warren, 42. 

The couple will celebrate their thirteenth wedding anniversary in May.                  

Entrepreneurial spirit: The Honest Company co-founder has shared the spotlight with Honor when promoting products in videos

Entrepreneurial spirit: The Honest Company co-founder has shared the spotlight with Honor when promoting products in videos

Along with Honor, Alba and husband Cash Warren are the proud parents to daughter Haven, nine, and son Hayes, three; the family of five are pictured in December 2019

 Along with Honor, Alba and husband Cash Warren are the proud parents to daughter Haven, nine, and son Hayes, three; the family of five are pictured in December 2019

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