Jessica Alba won’t let her children watch her fight scenes.
The ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ actress refuses to let her kids – Honor, eight, and Haven, five – watch her train for scenes in action films because she doesn’t feel it is “appropriate”.
She said: “I don’t even do fight training at home. I go to the gym for that. And they won’t see this movie. It’s not appropriate.”
And the 35-year-old star recalled a particularly eventful day of shooting on the set of ‘Mechanic: Resurrection’ where she accidentally punched a stunt man in the groin.
She told USA Today: “He didn’t put the belt low enough in a couple of takes. It happens so quickly. You make contact. I didn’t make anyone bleed.”
Meanwhile, Jessica previously admitted she wants to make her children proud.
She said: “It’s really cool when they know about The Honest Company and they ask when they spend the night at people’s houses … ‘Is that The Honest Company?’ They’re aware of it. Haven thinks I invented hand sanitiser. I’m like, ‘No, I didn’t,’ but you know, she’s four!
“It’s cool that they can see their mom wear many different hats. I am a mom to them at home and they don’t like it when I break out in song and dance as it embarrasses them but I think that’s really good. At work, they get to see me play a different role and they saw the different versions of the office. We had a tiny little office and we’ve gone bigger and bigger and more and more employees. It’s really cool to show them that.”