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Jessica Alba says her daughters ‘love’ making TikToks but husband Cash Warren ‘hates’ it

A family affair!

Making content for TikTok has become a family affair for a lot of celebrities on the app, but according to Jessica Alba, not everyone in her squad enjoys producing videos.

The Honest Company co-founder revealed how her family feels about making TikToks in a recent interview with PEOPLE, where she discussed how she likes to stay busy during quarantine. The mother of three has been at home with her husband, Cash Warren, along with their three children: daughters Honor Marie, 12 and Haven Garner, 9, and son Hayes Alba, 3.

“We learned TikTok,” she says. “Cash hates them but the girls still love them!”


That’s not the only thing her family has done during quarantine, though. Jessica also taught her her daughters how to make coffee--though one of them isn’t as fond of the process as her sister.

“I‘ve trained the kids over quarantine on how to make coffee. Honor is better at it than Haven,” she revealed. ”Haven pretends like she can’t, she’s like, ‘It’s just too many steps! I just don’t understand!’”

Just like a lot of people around the country, Alba still has to get some work done, regardless of whether or not she’s home. Because she stopped going into the office, she had to find a way to focus while being at the house with family all day long. In order to get some peace and quiet, the actress created a workspace in an unlikely area of their home.

“I set up a little mini office in my closet,” she says. “It’s the place I can’t hear my kids yelling or screaming or doing their normal sort of stuff [like] asking me for things in the middle of a meeting.”

She continued, “Instead they like to FaceTime call me ... and I’m like, ‘Stop FaceTiming me in the middle of the meeting!’ It’s embarrassing.”

While all of this extra family time is a blessing, Alba joked that after spending so much time together during quarantine, she needed a getaway from her family on The Drew Barrymore Show in October.

“[We‘re] gonna go away for a week and I don’t really know what we’re getting ourselves into, I just know I can’t be around my family anymore because I’ve literally had it. I’ve had enough,” She said, revealing she planned a “mom vacation” with her close friend Kelly Sawyer.

“Real talk: I told everyone in the family that I need a break from them,” she said.

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