Talk about relatable. The mother of three, most recently her two-month-old baby boy Hayes, is just like us. She has to duck into quick and private spaces to breastfeed her baby like so many moms of newborns. What’s more is that she actually happened to be in Target and not Barney’s.
The Honest company co-founder and businesswoman is the head of a company worth $1.7 billion and even she, like most moms, can’t resist the Target allure!
The 36-year-old sleep-deprived mama posted a picture on her Instagram stories to commemorate the occasion. She wrote “breastfeeding in a Target dressing room,” on the photo. She also wrote an arrow pointing out her “tired eyes.”
Alba has been keeping her social media updated on her sleeping schedule and new baby’s breastfeeding habits. Likely because so many of her followers are mothers themselves and follow her because they use Honest products.
She has also documented how she tries to keep up with her older two children, Honor and Haven. She’s been binge watching fan-favorite Netflix series Grace and Frankie as well as continuing with some appointments, such as ones with her doctor and esthetician.
Alba gave birth to baby Hayes early on New Year’s Eve, which makes him a holiday baby and a special reason for them to celebrate the closing year and the coming one for many years to come.
Alba hasn’t said whether this completes her little family or not, but new babies are always blessings and three is a great number.
Alba has shelved acting in favor of being a highly successful businesswoman, but with her looks and Hollywood connections, she could always return to that part of her career if she ever wanted to.
She was first introduced as the kick-ass star on television show Dark Angel. She’s been in a few films but none have done particularly well so she’s not really considered a movie star by any stretch.
It’s also very possible that she’s found her love and calling in the Honest brand. As the spokesperson and most recognizable face of the brand, she’s made an impressive name for herself in the motherhood niche.