Jessica Alba’s Wacky Photo Shoot for Genlux Mag

Jessica Alba has raided the toy box for a wacky new photo shoot. The Fantastic Four actress, 29, posed alongside porcelain miniatures for the summer issue of America’s Genlux Magazine. The kooky high-fashion shoot, called Kid Tested – Jessica Approved, is something of a departure for star, who is in mum mode much of the time these days. But she managed the transition back from sandpit to studio with ease and looked stylish in the edgy designs.

Jessica has said she has re-evaluate her priorities since welcoming her daughter, Honor Marie, in June 2008. ‘If I’m going to be away from her [Honor], it needs to be worth it,’ she said. ‘I don’t want to be away from her doing some big silly movie where I’m running around in a leotard shooting people for six months. ‘I’m not saying I’ll never do that, but right now, that’s not where my head’s at.’

After rising to fame in the Fantastic Four she had a steady acting career and some very lucrative endorsement deals including an ongoing deal for Revlon. She gets $5million a year to represent the brand.

However after giving birth she took a whole year off and has only shot a handful of movies since, including Valentines Day, which was released earlier this year, and the upcoming Little Fockers with Ben Stiller.

She has two more movies in post production but nothing set up for beyond that.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
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