Jessica Alba shows off her chic sense of summer style in a white crop top at Rome’s Colosseum


Jessica Alba shows off her chic sense of summer style as she posed beside her husband Cash Warren and son Hayes at Rome’s Colosseum

She is currently enjoying a sun-soaked family holiday in Italy.

And Jessica Alba, 41, spent the day out at Rome’s iconic Colosseum on Saturday with her husband Cash Warren, 43, and their son Hayes, four.

During the outing, the actress donned a white crop top underneath a tied shirt, teamed with a stylish blue midi skirt.

Family fun: Jessica Alba, 41, spent the day out at Rome’s iconic Colosseum on Saturday with her husband Cash Warren, 43, and their son Hayes, four

Jessica added a pair of white sandals and brown crossbody bag to the ensemble, while completing the look with a Dior visor.

She opted for a natural palette of makeup and scraped her brunette locks back into a ponytail.

Meanwhile, Cash cut a casual figure in a white t-shirt, matching shorts and a pair of trainers.

In addition to Hayes, Jessica shares daughters Honor, 13, and Haven, 10, with her husband of over a decade.

Stunning: The actress donned a white crop top underneath a tied shirt, teamed with a stylish blue midi skirt

Stunning: The actress donned a white crop top underneath a tied shirt, teamed with a stylish blue midi skirt

Looking good: Jessica added a pair of white sandals and brown crossbody bag to the ensemble, while completing the look with a Dior visor

Looking good: Jessica added a pair of white sandals and brown crossbody bag to the ensemble, while completing the look with a Dior visor

Gorgeous: She opted for a natural palette of makeup and scraped her brunette locks back into a ponytail

Gorgeous: She opted for a natural palette of makeup and scraped her brunette locks back into a ponytail

Tourist: Jessica posed for a stunning snap in front of Rome's 2,000-year-old Colosseum

Tourist: Jessica posed for a stunning snap in front of Rome’s 2,000-year-old Colosseum

The star previously spoke about her struggles as a parent during an episode of the Raising Good Humans podcast.

During her appearance on the show, she discussed several aspects of raising children and offered a bit of insight into what she felt was the most difficult part of being a mother. 

During the sit-down, Alba noted that she felt that letting her children make wrong decisions and measuring how much they should deal with them on their own was what she felt was the most difficult aspect of parenthood.

‘The hardest part about being a parent is allowing your kids to make a mistake and knowing when it is going to be too hard or too much,’ she said. 

Family: In addition to Hayes, Jessica shares daughters Honor, 13, and Haven, 10, with her husband of over a decade

Family: In addition to Hayes, Jessica shares daughters Honor, 13, and Haven, 10, with her husband of over a decade

Going their own way: During the sit-down, Alba noted that she felt that letting her children make wrong decisions and measuring how much they should deal with them on their own was what she felt was the most difficult aspect of parenthood

Going their own way: During the sit-down, Alba noted that she felt that letting her children make wrong decisions and measuring how much they should deal with them on their own was what she felt was the most difficult aspect of parenthood

The Machete actress noted that her children would learn from their experiences and become better people in the future.  

‘But I also like it, they’re not mistakes, they’re lessons, and they’re meant to go through the challenges and it’s meant to bring them out the other side,’ she said.

Alba described finding the balance between controlling her children and letting them learn on their own as ‘one thing that I definitely struggle with.’ 

The performer then spoke about her husband and pointed out that, although he had ‘a different experience’ from her in terms of growing up, they still agree about many parenting topics.

‘We have a lot of the same values when it comes to families and raising kids,’ she stated.

Hands-on: The Sin City actress also discussed the differences between her children's experiences and pointed out that each of her three kids had specific issues that needed to be addressed by their parents; she is seen with her family in 2019

Hands-on: The Sin City actress also discussed the differences between her children’s experiences and pointed out that each of her three kids had specific issues that needed to be addressed by their parents; she is seen with her family in 2019

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