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Actress Jessica Alba was a very good girl when she became a teenage star. When we say she was a good girl, we mean the girl lied about her sexuality to appear more interesting in interviews.
The star admitted she was not ready to become a sex symbol when James Cameron, director, cast her as his leading lady in hit TV action drama Dark Angel. Her conservative Catholic upbringing left her unexperienced for questions about her personal life.
She told Entertainment Weekly, “They (reporters) would always ask me provocative questions about my sexuality, my this or that. Sometimes I would lie and say something that wasn’t true to make myself seem more interesting than I was.”
“I mean, I didn’t even know how to walk in heels until I went to the Golden Globes for the first time.”
Alba, a 33-year old, is raising daughters, Honor, a five-year old, and two-and-a-half-year-old Haven, with husband Cash Warren.
Now Alba is apparently under the influence of her conservative upbringing, and is letting her friends know that she’s against the ongoing modern trend of parents hiring total strangers to take care of their children.
“Jessica is really against the idea of people hiring strangers as nannies. She finds it unseemly and undignified,” raderonline.com quoted the source.
“Instead, Jessica says parents should find a younger member of their extended family to take care of their kids part-time because they are sure to be more loving and connected to them.”