Jessica Alba, 42, is a prolific actress with dozens of high-profile credits to her name. She’s best known for roles in Fantastic Four, Good Luck Chuck, Valentine’s Day, Little Fockers, The Eye, and Meet Bill, among others. She found success early on, too, with roles like Camp Nowhere and The Secret World of Alex Mack coming as early as age 13. These days, the former child star is busy raising her own little batch of Hollywood royalty, and is now the mother of Honor, 15, and Haven, 12, and Hayes, 6, all with her producer husband Cash Warren, whom she married in 2008. Here’s everything to know about Jessica’s three kids!
Honor Marie Warren was born on June 7, 2008, the first child of the couple who famously met on the set of Fantastic Four. Jessica is undoubtedly proud of Honor, regularly posting about her achievements at school and other accomplishments. In 2021, she took to Instagram to wish her eldest daughter a happy 13th birthday, pointing out that Honor is already taller than her, and that she’s growing too quickly!
“My teenager!!!! This is 13!” she captioned a beautiful photo of Honor wearing jeans and a black jacket. “Yes you are way taller than me already, which you love to remind me of on the daily. You have a heart of gold, you are filled with compassion, you are wicked smart, silly, hilarious, and so kind… I’m just so proud of you … I’m sorry that whenever I look at you too long, I burst into tears – they are happy tears because the love is so deep and so profound and sad that I can’t push pause.”
In January 2024, Jessica opened up about an incident she said led her and Honor to go to therapy together. “Honor was probably 11, and we were arguing all the time about dumb stuff. And I was like, ‘I don’t want to live like this. This is not fun,’” she told REAL SIMPLE. “I didn’t want us to have a wedge between us. As her mother, when I say something, she’s going to hear it as an argument or as me trying to control her. I wanted there to be someone who could explain things in a way I couldn’t.”
“What I said to Honor was, ‘I want to be a better parent to you, and this is your forum to basically talk about everything that gets on your nerves that I do,” she continued.
Jessica went on to say it didn’t take long for her and Honor to see how therapy could work for them. “It put me in check. Like, ‘Yeah, I totally do that. And I’m sorry. I’m going to work on that.’ It gave her a little bit of perspective too—that I’m not the bad guy; I’m just being a parent,” she shared.
“She’ll come out the other side of it, and I’ll still be here. I just wanted to get to that point, and it worked,” she further admitted. “And the therapist allowed me to see that it’s natural for kids to disagree with their parents and as a parent, it’s not always about being right or rational in that moment. I’m not gonna front, it’s a process and I’m not perfect.”
Haven Garner Warren was born to Jessica and Cash on August 13, 2011, and it was apparent from the beginning that she’s a middle child to the core, always seeking attention. “My baby is savage with her transitions,” Jessica captioned a sassy mother-daughter dance clip on September 12, 2020, alongside a lion emoji. Jessica posted a video montage of her lookalike second daughter goofing around the kitchen with a viral TikTok audio track about second children.
“Let me tell ya’ll about that second born child,” the hilarious voiceover says, as Haven dances around a kitchen in an apron and mugging for the camera in the April post. “They ain’t with the bulls***. Look at your kids. That second one don’t give a s*** about nothin!”
The longtime couple had their son Hayes Alba Warren on December 31, 2019 — a New Year’s Eve baby! The Honest Company maven says the 6-year-old is “cuter than my daughters for sure,” while being interviewed by Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. “He’s the cutest of the three.”
Hayes has a free-spirited attitude of his own, as Jessica took to Instagram to share his feelings on his hairstyle in January. “Gave lil man a new [haircut],” she wrote with emojis of a barber and a pair of scissors, alongside a video clip of Hayes sitting in a chair, waiting for a haircut. “He doesn’t want to brush or dry tangled hair…so I took matters into my own hands.”
Hayes is also getting an early start on leisure — the preschooler has been seen on golf outings with his entire family.