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Friday 1 August 2014

Jessica Alba: I get pooped on

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba has shared the best way to disguise unfortunate stains.

The actress joked that after having two children with her husband Cash Warren she's learnt tricks to mask unfortunate accidents.

The 31-year-old - who is mother to daughters Honor Marie, four, and Haven, 19 months - says a good scarf is vital.

"[Scarves] are a necessity in my life. I do have children. I have been spilled on. I have been sick on. I have been pooped on," Jessica grinned to The Look YouTube show. "So in order to cover all that up, you need something, and scarves cover it up!"

Jessica has often used the accessory to hide vomit on her clothing. She joked that most of these times were after late-night partying sessions.

"Keep it chunky [the scarf] and wrap it around you like a blanket. That way you cover the puke and no one knows it's happened. I know I've been puked on many a time. That's just my past in clubs, there's that too," she quipped.

"When you have kids, you get amnesia. I was saying this earlier; I actually have temporary memory loss for really important things. That's probably because of alcohol mixed with having children. [Alcohol and kids] really makes a party. It's the only way to get through life."

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