JESSICA Alba looked stunning in a green bikini as she soaked up the sun in Miami with her husband, Cash Warren.
The actress and businesswoman turned heads in the little number while enjoying the day with her film producer husband.
The evening continued with an elegant dinner at one of Miami’s most exclusive restaurants followed by partying at a 24-hour nightclub.
The getaway was to celebrate the success of the star’s consumer goods brand, The Honest Company earning nearly $2 billion in stock market value since its debut in 2011.
On May 14th, the Fantastic Four alum posted a carousel of photos along with a video to her Instagram page reflecting on the momentous occasion stating: “#FlashbackFriday – reminiscing on one of the most memorable days of my life.
“I still feeling [sic] like I’m dreaming. Thank you again to my supportive fam + amazing team for everything.
I couldn’t be more grateful. The best is yet to come.”
The eco-friendly household goods company has had its ups and downs over the years.
In 2017, they settled a nationwide class action lawsuit after buyers claimed they were misled about the ingredients used in its laundry detergent and dish soap.
But that was not their first complaint from consumers. In 2015 and 2016 respectively, the company was sued by a customer claiming the sunscreen was poor quality and not “natural,” while the Organic Consumers Association alleged the ingredients in the Honest baby formula were not organic.
A representative from Honest admitted in a statement to CNNMoney that the negative press was concerning to the business’ brand: “We know that there is an unprecedented amount of attention in both our company and our products and unlike many other companies, we live out every single moment in the press.”
Things have drastically turned around for the entrepreneur, who also rang in her 40th birthday last month sharing a photo of her posing with her husband and three kids with her 19 million Instagram followers.
“My heart is full of hope and everything I do in life is for you #myfamily #thisis40.”
Jessica and her husband have chosen a quieter lifestyle, despite the mogul’s incredible business success of late.
Cash has produced huge industry films such as Fantastic Four (2005), Taxi (2004), and Crips and Bloods: Made in America (2008).