Jessica Alba Parties Hard In Bikini, Day Drinks On Miami Beach Before Clubbing Until 4 AM To Ring In Billionaire Status
Jessica Alba is celebrating her Honest company's billionaire status by going wild in Miami!
The 40-year-old boss babe fled Los Angeles and headed right to the Sunshine State after The Honest Company was valued at nearly $2 billion last week.
According to reports, Alba's baby brand rose $413 million in its IPO.
Alba allegedly made some serious cash on the company's IPO success and she's letting loose with her husband, Cash Warren, and friends to celebrate its success in Miami.
Slipping into a teeny tiny black two-piece, the star was caught day drinking out of a red solo cup while getting wet in the water over the weekend.
Sporting the biggest smile on Earth, Alba looked like she was having the time of her life while shelving her CEO status for the day.
Paparazzi snapped away showing her soaking up the sunshine while rocking the bikini that barely contained her curves.
Cash and a buddy were seen throwing a football in the water while Jessica took a quick dip all by herself.
Alba and her hubby held hands and didn't try to hide their smiles or PDA.
According to Daily Mail, the couple has been staying at a luxury beachfront resort and made sure to hit the town.
Alba changed out of her swimsuit and into a fringed skirt and silk top to splurge on dinner at ZZ's Club in Miami's Design District.
The actress was spotted getting out of a Mercedes sprinter van with her husband, and their two friends, and heading into the exclusive sushi joint.
Wearing a colorful skirt with fringe trim, Jessica Alba sported a money green tank top, jean jacket, and flats.
Instead of ringing in Mother's Day with her babies, Alba reportedly hit the club until 4 AM!
The star headed to E11EVEN and partied the night away with friends.
According to Page Six, Alba had a VIP booth and was seen taking tequila shots with her group.
They were seen leaving the club in the wee hours of Monday morning.
Her wild celebration came just days after the big announcement of her company's most successful moment.