Jessica Alba and Daughter, 11, Wear Matching Swimsuits and Dance During 'Best' Birthday Weekend



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Alba and her brood have been spending a lot of time at home together as of late, social distancing from others amid the coronavirus pandemic by practicing self-care with products from her Honest Company, hitting the gym and making fun videos.

In one March clip, the L.A.'s Finest actress wore a pair of striped workout leggings and matching sports bra as she and Honor, dressed in a T-shirt and black leggings, performed a choreographed routine to Lipps Inc.'s "Funkytown."

"Got another workout in — trying to make the most of staying home … not gonna front, today was a bit of struggle, but we ended on a high note," Alba captioned the March 21 clip.

She tacked on the hashtags, "#momanddaughter," "#workout," "#stayhome," "#stayhealthy" and "#staystrong."

Earlier this month, the actress and businesswoman was joined by her daughters for a "Story Time" video posted to her YouTube channel, where they recounted the sweet tale behind Honor's favorite childhood plaything that Alba made when her oldest child was going through a mermaid phase.

"I was really young when I got [the first mermaid doll], but then I lost it on a plane and I got really sad," Honor added. "And then Mommy made me a new one and I was really happy when she made me a new one. Honestly, right now, I like the new one better. I like her eyes better, I like her lips better."

Alba then showed the new doll — complete with "punk rock" hair, a drawn-on top and a bejeweled tail — to their viewers, as a smiling Honor said, "She's so cute. She's my favorite. I sleep with her every night."

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