Jessica Alba's beautiful birthday tribute from her husband
Cash Warren posted a gushing tribute to wife Jessica Alba as she marked her 35th birthday on Thursday (28Apr16), admitting "the only thing that's changed since I met you is our age".
Cash Warren paid tribute to his 'sweet love' Jessica Alba on her birthday.
The couple married back in 2008 and have two children together, seven-year-old Honor and four-year-old Haven. As Jessica marked her 35th on Thursday (28Apr16), Cash took to his Instagram page to post a gushing tribute to his spouse.
Alongside a gorgeous snap of the couple together, Cash wrote: "I still get butterflies in my stomach around you. I still wake up in the middle of the night and smile because you're next to me. I still laugh at your jokes. I am still inspired by you. I'm still in awe of your beauty. The only thing that's changed since the first day I met you is our age. Happy Birthday my sweet love!!! @jessicaalba."
Jessica then reposted his comments on her own page, along with several heart emojis.
The Sin City star clearly had a brilliant day celebrating her big day alongside friends and family. She documented the festivities on her Snapchat account, kicking things off with a picture of herself in a baseball cap from her Honest Company, with make-up imaged on the top of her face. She captioned the snap: "It's my barfday and I'll cry if I want to! (sic)"
Gifts from her girls included some lovely paintings, with the actress adding: "Feeling super blessed on my bday (sic)!" She was also gifted with several huge bouquets of flowers and a gluten and dairy free chocolate cake from the Sweet Laurel Bakery.
One of her more expensive presents was a gift from London jeweller Ruifier, although Jessica didn't reveal who that was from.
The actress remains one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, and recently admitted she feels much more confident in herself now that she's older.
"I have to say I like me better at 35 than at 25," she told E! News last month (Mar16). "I definitely went through a crisis at 25, 26, 27. I don't know, it was like a three-year crisis. Then I had Honor at 28, and I felt like everything just kind of fell into place and made sense. I feel really good now, and I'm excited about turning 35."
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