Jessica Alba & Honor: Beverly Hills Beauties

Jessica Alba & Honor: Beverly Hills Beauties

It was a girls’ day out for actress Jessica Alba and her adorable daughter Honor Marie (April 23)! The pair, along with a nanny, stopped off at Jack and Jill’s in Beverly Hills, California for a bite to eat this morning and then headed to Trader Joe’s to pick up a few groceries.

While the expectant mom kept her growing bump hidden beneath a loose-fitting top, little Honor showed off her own flair for fashion in a very cute ruffled dress.

It seems that the Fantastic Four star has been busy preparing for a “green” Easter – she Tweeted this week that she’s been searching for some “eco easter basket ideas” for her daughter.

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  1. Anonymous

    Love Honors outfit!What a little cutie!She’s the best dressed toddler in tinsletown!

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  2. Sarah G.

    So cute! ♥ Love the leather jacket. Honor is Boss. ;)

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  3. Anonymous

    she has one kid with her she shouldn’t need a nanny! gosh

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    • Anonymous

      Why do you care? Does it affect you somehow?

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    • Anonymous

      Maybe, but it makes more sense for someone in her situation (pregnant, major paparazzi target) to need help than Rebecca Gayhearts whose main claim to fame seems to be her cocaine addiction and being convicted with vehicular manslaughter. Unless you count the fact that she appeared in a few episodes of the original Melrose Place (in the 1990′s).

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  4. Anonymous

    the woman is not her nanny she’s a friend of hers…
    Honor is too cute for word as always

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  5. klutzy_girl

    There’s more pictures from this trip and it seems like Jessica was looking at pink baby outfits! I’m definitely thinking another girl now.

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