Who is Honor Warren? Jessica Alba gets emotional on seeing 12-year-old daughter grow taller than her
Alba had posted an emotional photo of her and daughter Honor with the caption: 'The moment you realize your number 1 baby is taller than you'
A parent getting emotional regarding their kids growing up is natural. One such celebrity parent is actress Jessica Alba. She posted two photos of her eldest daughter Honor Marie Warren. The caption reads: “The moment you realize your number 1 baby is taller than you.” The first photo has Alba hugging Warren while getting emotional and the second one is of the two standing back-to-back, in order to show their height difference. The actor’s IMDb page states that she is 5' 6½" (1.69 m). Here’s what we know about 12-year-old Honor.
Who is Honor Warren?
Alba met producer Cash Warren, son of actor Michael Warren, while filming ‘Fantastic Four’ in 2004. The two got married in 2008, when Alba was heavily pregnant with Honor, according to Daily Mail. The same year Honor was born. Apart from Honor, they are also parents to nine-year-old daughter Haven and two-year-old son Hayes.
Honor and Alba have been active on social media since quarantine started. On Alba’s birthday eve in April, they wore identical brown bikinis and grooved to ZaeHD and CEO’s ‘Hustle & Flow’. She captioned the series of photos and video as: “Heart is full -almost my bday and weekend w fam bam was by far the best in a hot minute. - Honor taught me this new dance for @TikTok. We didn’t bicker as much and spent quality time together.”
According to She Knows, during her speech at Her Campus Media’s eighth annual Her Conference, last year, Alba said that Honor attends therapy session with her so that Alba can “learn to be a better mother to her and communicate better with her.” She explained, “I didn’t grow up in an environment where you talked about this stuff, and it was just, like, shut it down and keep moving… So, I find a lot of inspiration just in talking to my kids.”
During a YouTube video which was filmed in March this year and featured Honor and Haven, Alba said, “As we are on lockdown over the next who-knows-how-long, I think I am really inspired to create this community with you guys and connect with y’all. So, that’s what this is about: totally unfiltered approach to all the things in the honest life we are living over here.” Looking at her kids she asked if it sounded lame, Honor explained, “It would be lame if a kid was doing it, but, like, since you’re a mom it doesn’t matter. Moms are cool.” Though Haven said Alba is “cringey” on TikTok.
During a 2017 interview with InStyle, Alba shared, “My grandmother has two brothers, Marciano and Richard Martines, who are artists. So I’ve always had a specific, personal relationship with art. When I became a parent, creative projects were one of the first ‘Mommy and me’ things the girls and I did.” She said when she wanted to redecorate her office, she asked her daughters to create some art for her. “I gave them a color palette that matched my office’s and asked them to paint things that made them happy.” She said, “Haven went with butterflies, stars, and hearts, and Honor made rainbows and galaxy explosions.”
Honor is also one of the inspirations behind her mother’s entrepreneurial venture The Honest Company. In an interview with WebMD, Alba said, “When I was pregnant with Honor, I tried to find the healthiest versions of everything. I knew I wanted one brand that I could trust, because there was so much confusion in the marketplace. I felt like the more I read, the more confusing and difficult it was to find the best-quality products. So much is marketed to parents and I just felt like, “Do you need this blanket and that blanket, this thing and that thing?” I did so much research and hit a lot of walls and was so frustrated, so I decided I had to do it myself.” In fact, Alba had shared in 2018 that Honor goes to math camp, takes Spanish, and has a tutor. Apart from that, she likes to play tennis and “likes to do musical theater, so she does voice lessons.”
As per She Knows, in an interview with Kelly Ripa in 2016, Alba described what Honor wants to be, “[Honor] was like, ‘So, Mom, I’m not like one of those girls that wears pink, and only wants to twirl in a dress, and cares about getting married. I’m more the girl who wants to play tennis and always has my hair in my face…and I don’t talk that much, and I really like to do science.’”
Seems like Alba has raised a woman who has it all planned.