Looking stunning as always, Jessica Alba takes the latest cover of Women’s Health magazine, but some of her backers are angry because she is unrecognizable in the photos.
The businesswoman and actress graced the magazine in a white bikini that let her toned figure take the spotlight.
The L.A.’s Finest star kept it very classy in a white crop top with short sleeves and high-waisted bikini bottoms.
Inside the magazine, Jessica Alba turned heads by putting her killer abs on full display in a white bikini that featured an off-the-shoulder top.
The mother of three looked heavenly as she leaned on a poll while surrounded by green bush and trees.
The 39-year-old beauty, who was honored to be the cover girl, thanked the publication with this message that accompanied her steamy photos: “Thank you, @womenshealthmag, for having me!!! ✨ A big shout out to @djenebaaduayom for being one of the coolest and beyond talented and creative -I loved loved working with you 🤍, @ninalenders1, for cracking the whip and keeping us on task wearing all the hats and bossing me around -love you, girl! + @sheilaym for talking about all the things with me, including finding a new perspective and showing up for M.E. Throughout all of the tremendous tragedy and heartbreak that COVID-19 has caused, it’s forced me to pause and reevaluate what’s important. Check out the rest of the photos and the full story about the life changes I’ve made so I can feel better connected – to my family, friends, work, and most importantly, to myself.”
A long list of fans stepped into the comment section to compliment Alba for her spectacular figure and natural beauty. Still, others were enraged because of the heavy airbrushing that made her face look different.
An angry comment from a baffled fan said: “That’s not a good photoshop done to your face. You are so pretty. I don’t know what would fake it.”
This social media user chimed in to add this remark: “I agree, couldn’t recognize her face.”
Another statement read: “I thought she posted this as a blooper. She is so beautiful and that photo isn’t flattering.”
A fourth commenter claimed that 2021 is here and it is time to change: “Aren’t we past photoshopping? @jessicaalba is fit and beautiful without cutting and pasting. Come on. We just survived 2020, and it’s ok to show a flaw here and there.”
In the interview that accompanied the controversial photoshoot, the mogul confessed that she used to be insecure about her body, but the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed her outlook on life.
The Honest Company founder has this to share: “I’ve learned to mix it up. And not feel like a failure if I’m not, you know, killing myself.”
She went on to add: “It’s also reinforced that real joy comes from the moments when we’re playing a game with the kids at dinner, or when Hayes [my son] wants to show us his latest trick on the scooter, or from our family walks. That’s the stuff that truly matters.”
Alba’s loyal supporters will never let her down.