Natalie Portman Takes A Hike With Son Aleph

Actress Natalie Portman was spotted in the Hollywood Hills this morning as she took a hike with her son Aleph and a group of friends.

Natalie has caused quite a stir this week after she and her beau Benjamin Millepied were seen wearing wedding bands at the Oscars last Sunday. The jeweler confirmed that she made wedding bands for them, but so far Natalie hasn’t commented on their marital status.

Photos by FameFlynet

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Lunchtime Links With Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman runs errands – and flashes what everyone thinks is a wedding ring…

Robert & Cortney Novogratz return to reality TV. (Celebrity Baby Scoop)
Get the most out of your pregnancy massage. (Celebrity Babies – People)
Sarah Michelle Gellar reveals the next addition to her family. (Lil Sugar)
Cate Blanchett has no patience for directing.  (SheKnows Entertainment)
Chris Bosh hangs with daughter Trinity. (BlackCelebKids)
Sophia Grace and Rosie chat with Taylor Swift. (Hollybaby)
Brad Pitt’s grandmother trying to get in touch with him. (I’m Not Obsessed)
Take a peek at the new Rita Hayworth jewelry collection. (Lady & the Blog)
Lady Gaga launches her new foundation.

Photos by FameFlynet

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Jessica Alba Talks Motherhood And The Honest Company With Los Angeles Confidential

Actress Jessica Alba sat down with Los Angeles Confidential to chat about her new project The Honest Company (honest.com), motherhood, and her upcoming movies.

On what inspired her to start The Honest Company (which delivers monthly bundles of nontoxic, plantbased, baby and family essentials like diapers, bath and skincare products, etc).

“It stems from being a mom.  When I [was pregnant the first time] and started shopping in stores and online, it was just horrific seeing all these toxic chemicals [in baby products], which can contribute to everything from cancer to autism. I have the time and the means to shop around and find the best products, but most people don’t. I wanted to come up with one brand people could trust. You can have baby items that are cute and eco-friendly, with delivery right to your door.”

On working hard to see Honest.com become a reality:

“Three years ago I conceptualized it, and I was all on my own.  Everyone thought I was crazy for wanting to do a consumer-products company. They were like, Why don’t you do a perfume? Or, Why don’t you do a fashion line? Then when I said I wanted to do one that was geared toward children, everyone thought I was even more crazy. [And] when I said I wanted to make safer, nontoxic products, people were like, ‘What does that mean? And why and how will it be different from anything else out there?’ They thought I was nuts for wanting to launch with more than 20 products, but I know what it takes to put together a household, and I know how many products you actually go through as a parent. When we surveyed other parents, they had the same thoughts I did, so I wasn’t totally crazy—thank God.”

Jessica did her research – and testing – when it came to choosing products:

“Once we got the formulations of every product, I tried them all out and made sure they worked, because it is one thing to have a safe nontoxic product, but it’s another to have it actually work. I know that as a mom something needs to perform well. Our diapers were tested [by an independent lab] against conventional diapers and ‘eco’-diapers, and across the board, [ours] came out 25 percent more absorbent than the other ones, which is outstanding. You’re not only getting a better quality product when it comes to the ingredients that are touching your baby, [you’re getting one that] outperforms the one filled with all those toxins. We’re trying to make it easier for families to have safe homes. I have such passion for this company—it’s an exciting time.”

On motherhood:

“I love everything about [being a parent]. I didn’t even know it was possible to have this much love and joy and happiness in my life. It’s overflowing, unconditional, and selfless. I never experienced that type of thing before I had kids. It’s been the most profound experience I’ve had as a person and as a woman. I feel like I’ve finally come into my own and become the person I always should have been, or that I always [wanted to be]. I feel more grounded, free, and comfortable in my own skin than I ever have. The paradigm just shifted completely to my family.”

On social media:

“I’m so grateful for [it].  Prior to social media, you had to rely on a third party to get a message across. If a rumor was printed, there was only so much you could do about it. Now you can control certain things, and you can really connect with people. It’s nice to have that outlet and counterbalance. For the company, it’s great. Moms feel connected; parents can share their experiences and have their voices heard. We listen to the feedback. It’s so important.”

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Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban and Daughters Return To Los Angeles

Actress Nicole Kidman, husband Keith Urban, and their daughters Sunday Rose and Faith arrived at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Wednesday (Feb. 29).

The happy family looked cheerful despite the early morning trip!

Photos by Pacific Coast News

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