Blooming beautiful: Pregnant Jessica Alba looked radiant today as she attended the premiere of her new movie Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World in Hollywood
She's due to give birth any day now.
But Jessica Alba still managed to squeeze in a public appearance today as she attended the premiere of her new movie, Sky Kids 4: All The Time In The World, today in Hollywood.
The stunning actress was supported by her husband Cash Warren and three-year-old daughter Honor at the event.
Red carpet royalty: The actress wore a full-length maxi dress with a star pattern
Jessica looked stunning in a floor-length black and white, star patterned maxi dress.
She wore her hair in a stylish updo and cradled her bump as she posed for photographs on the red carpet.
At one point her co-star Joel McHale jokingly hid her burgeoning belly behind his suit jacket as they had a group snap taken along with Jeremy Piven, who also appears in the film.
The movie is the fourth in the Spy Kids franchise, but the first time Alba has had a role.
We're coming too: She was supported by her husband Cash Warren and three-year-old daughter Honor
She plays the part of retired spy Marissa, who is thrust back into action along with her two step children, played by Rowan Blanchard and Mason Cook, after maniacal Timekeeper (Jeremy Piven) attempts to take over the world.
In a recent interview, Alba revealed that her three-year-old daughter thinks she is old enough to 'drink vino and drive'.
Little Honor Marie is set to become a big sister when her mother and dad Cash Warren welcome their second child later this year.
Cute: the father and daughter share a giggle as they arrive to support Jessica
And appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Alba said her new status has convinced Honor that she is ready to become an adult.
'She's excited, she says she's going to actually be the mommy [and] I'm going to be the grandma. That's the way she phrases it,' she said.
'My girlfriend asked her, "Are you excited about being a big sister?" And she's like, "Yeah, because I'm going to be a grown-up. I'm going to drink vino and drive."'
Hiding the bump: Co-star Joel McHale covers Alba's burgeoning belly with his jacket as the pose with fellow co-star Jeremy Piven
Cast call: From left, Piven, Alexa Vega, writer/director Robert Rodriguez, child actors Mason Cook and Rowan Blanchard, Alba and McHale