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Jessica Alba doesn’t care what you think of her body, ” I can show you what I want

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Jessica Alba gives zero f- – – –s-s,” what do you think of her.

As the actress reflected on how far she’s come with her confidence, since it’s the first pose on the cover of InStyle) in 2007.

In an essay for the magazine, published on Monday, Alba, 38, said she was “insecure” when she was posing for the cover.

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“Looking back, when I took my first InStyle cover, I was unsure. I just felt like I needed to be someone I wasn’t in order to be accepted. I have had other people’s ideas of who they thought I would be the definition of me,” the 38-year-old wrote in an essay for InStyle.

She continued, “Who am I now? I give zero f–ks. I have three children. They have a plant in my body, and I’m cool with it. And I know that I’m smart. I don’t care what anyone else thinks. I’m a good girl. And I’m fine.”

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The mother-of-three will be reminded of what it was like when they landed on the cover of a magazine at the age of 26.

“At that time I had already been in the [entertainment] business for more than a decade, but I’m still trying to figure out how to be in the public eye, and for the owner to find out who I am,” she said. “Ninety percent of the people understood this about me, then it was just for magazines, press tour, interviews, and blurbs of profanity.”

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It would be another six years until Albion could grace the cover of InStyle again. Then, 31, of Alba said that she was at last satisfied himself.

“I have stopped allowing myself to be objectified in the press and by the male’s perspective,” the Fair Beauty of the founder of the writers. “Screw that, man. It’s OK to be sexy. It’s OK to wear a short skirt, or with a loud print, if I feel like it, because I have it in my own way. I can show what I want, and cover as much as I want and still feel good.”

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If it was going to be one of its most recent change in July of 2018, Alba said: “When I was younger, I would probably have become obsessed with diets and exercise, but, instead, I thought, ‘This is where I’m at. This is my life…. And, this is my body.'”

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