Jessica Alba dazzles in dreamy thong bikini on beach getaway






Hannah Hargrave




Jessica Alba enjoyed a sunny getaway with her family over the weekend and shared a photo from her vacation on Instagram.

The mum-of-three looked relaxed and carefree in the images she posted on social media.

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In several photos, Jessica wore a string bikini and seemed to cherish the sun, the sea and the sand.

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Her husband, Cash Warren, joined her and their offspring, Honor, Haven and Hayes, also seemed to be enjoying themselves.

She captioned the post: “Photo dump #longweekend. We had an awesome long weekend with our mates @galitlaibow @blaibow and the kids!!! Thanks very much! All the things! Surf -golf -beach -spa -delicious food! #vivamexico #vacay #familytime.”

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Her fans loved the glimpse into Jessica’s life and commented, “Very cute pics look like a really fun weekend” and “Hayes on the surfboard – so cute, stahhpp it.”

Jessica’s family vacation seemed dreamy

The family left their new family members at their Los Angeles home. Jessica recently teased that she is a “mom of five” after welcoming two puppies into their lives.

She shared several snaps of the little pooches sniffing around their sprawling yard and wrote: “& suddenly – I became a mom of 5, meet our new babies Dolly and Lucy (short for Lucille and Dolores).”

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The actress and founder of The Honest Company certainly has her hands full and while she loves being a mother, she admits parenthood and running a business are a juggle.

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Jessica and Cash have three children together

She opened up about it for People magazine and said, “Don’t get overwhelmed trying to do it all at once. Outline what you can do now and what will take longer.

“Don’t be hard on yourself. Doing your best to be present wherever you are is what is important,” she added. “Make time to eat healthy and stay active. It’s worth recharging once a week: Sleep, have a girls’ night or a date and drink some wine!”

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