Jessica Alba insists she hasn't ruled out going nude for a movie in the future, but she's not interested in stripping down just yet.
Jessica Alba might go nude for a movie one day.
The 33-year-old actress - who has daughters Honor, six, and Haven, four, with her husband Cash Warren - admits she hasn't ruled stripping down for a film in the future, but insists it's not something she's interested in doing at this current point in her career.
Speaking on 'Fox & Friends' yesterday (19.06.14), she said: ''I'm not going to say that I never will [go nude] in my life, but right now and so far it hasn't been necessary.''
However, the blonde beauty, who has a nudity clause when filming movies, admits she doesn't flash the flesh on the big screen for fear of her older relatives catching a glimpse of her breasts.
She explained: ''Frankly, it'd be awkward at Christmas if my Grandma and Grandpa saw certain things! I don't know, I'm old school!''
Meanwhile, Jessica insists she has no idea how she manages to juggle motherhood, her demanding acting career and her eco-friendly business The Honest Company, but admits her family will always be her main priority.
She said: ''I'm still trying to figure out how to balance everything! I always feel like something is compromised. As long as I feel like my kids are happy and healthy... it starts there, then everything else sort of figures itself out.''
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