Jessica Alba wowed at the 69th Annual Golden Globes Awards donning a custom Gucci gown, luxurious Bulgari jewelry and a stunning pair of Giuseppe Zanotti shoes but the actress recently revealed that she can’t take all the credit for her gorgeous red carpet look.
“Actually, Honor did pick out my nail polish,” the 30-year-old star shared on the Live! With Kelly show on Tuesday (January 17) in New York City, “[but] it stops at the nail polish.”
The Valentine’s Day actress also dished about getting ready for the event with her two daughters Honor, 3, and Haven, 5 months, under foot.
“I actually sort of messed up,” she claims. “I should have given myself at least two hours because I have two kids and one of them is five months and she barfs.”
“I didn’t really have that much time,” the actress continues. “I actually only gave myself only and hour and fifteen minutes and the baby, you know, of course, she’s gonna barf on me but I didn’t have the dress on so I sort of wiped it off and kept on moving.”
Jessica also discusses her secrets to her post-Haven slimdown and how she continues to stay fit.
“With my second pregnancy, I didn’t gain as much weight,” she reveals. “It makes it easier for after. I did yoga and I ate healthy sort of and then after, I started working out with my girlfriend. That’s it”
And when it comes to her two gorgeous girls, Jessica isn’t afraid to poke a little motherly fun.
“Look at that dome,” she laughs when shown a picture of baby Haven. “She’s got a huge cranium! The kid has a giant head and so does her sister.”
As for her latest project called The Honest Company – her new eco-friendly product line – Jessica discusses how it came to be.
“When I was pregnant with Honor, I did all this research on how the have the best home and the safest home for my kid and I found that there were all these toxic chemicals in products and I was like, that’s crazy. So I thought of this idea of just creating an eco-friendly, cute, baby and product company and it’s called Honest.com. Three years ago I partner with Christopher Gavigan who wrote a book called Healthy Child, Healthy World and Brian Lee who started ShoeDazzle and Legal Zoom and they are the brains and I thought it would be great if this company existed.”
Check out the rest of Jessica’s interview here!