She’s a well-established businessperson, and she’s not an entrepreneur trying to start out. As part of their Christmas tradition, she’ll pretend to be Santa Claus for her two daughters Honor, eight, and Haven, five. Even if my eight-year-old doesn’t believe, she’s leading me on that she still believes cause we say, ‘Santa only brings presents to those who believe in Santa,’ and she wants those presents,” said Alba. She’s like, ‘I didn’t write a letter to Santa last year and I got board games and so I’m going to write a letter this year and get what I really want.’ So I was like, ‘Totally. She has a lot under her belt, and she’s been running a business for a very long time."Politics aside, Alba has no problem discussing the downsides of being a mogul. When asked if she had any tips for Ivanka Trump, another mother who also runs her own company, Alba is hesitant to provide any guidance.“She’s way more successful than most people,” she said.“I don’t want to comment on her specifically, because that’s none of my business. Time management is something I'm always trying to figure out. It’s a constant struggle.’Fortunately, Alba will have some downtime for the holidays and a chance to spend time with her family.
Alba is known for her stylish ways, but she opted to keep things casual yet chic with a head-to-toe black ensemble.Alba’s bank account may soon be growing even bigger.The private company—launched in 2011 and recently valued at $1.7 billion—is reportedly in talks to be bought by Unilever, which makes Dove soaps and Axe body sprays.Only time will tell, but we are digging how Jessica is choosing to accessorize with the adorable bag.
Feast your eyes on Jessica's minimalist outfit and the bag that took it to the next level.
She may seem to have it all—fame, career, and money—but balancing her work life and family life has been a challenge.“I’m tired!