Mom is an actress turned entrepreneur, dad worked on Fantastic Four and grandpa was on Hill Street Blues. Now this teen is blonde. Who is she?
This young teen was already a Guess Who? on DailyMail.com in June making her Guess Who? Royalty.
Fans went wild when they found out who her parents are.
Now the high school student has dyed her black hair blonde making her unrecognizable.
Can you guess who she is?
And mom started a massive company that sells in mainstream stores like Target.
Her father is a film producer who has worked on a Marvel movie.
And her grandfather on her dad’s side was a big movie and TV star who was a known name in the 1970s and 1980s – he worked with Goldie Hawn and Karen Black, among others.
She is Honor Marie Warren.
The child is the 15-year-old daughter of Sin City movie star Jessica Alba who also is founder of The Honest Company.
Her dad is Fantastic Four producer Cash Warren.
Her grandfather is acclaimed actor Michael Warren who was in the movies Butterflies Are Free (with Goldie Hawn) and Drive, He Said (with Karen Black). His biggest claim to fame was the TV series Hill Street Blues.
On Monday Jessica left a gushing note for Honor as she headed into 10th grade. She posed with her younger sister, 12-year-old Haven.
In June Jessica shared a first photo of Honor with makeup on during her 15th birthday.
At the time, Honor usually went makeup free.
’15 years ago, baby girl Honor Marie Warren made me a mama,’ she began.
‘I had absolutely no idea how much my world was going to change… to say my heart burst open the moment I saw you, doesn’t even cover it ❤️
‘My entire world was flipped right side up and I felt the deepest, most profound love.
’15 years later, I am so proud of who you have become my Honorcita, you are everything and more my baby girl Kind, driven, caring, intelligent, bold, silly, independent, emotional, creative, wise, rebellious… all the things.’
She added, ‘Thank you for being such an incredibly loving daughter and for being the best big sis to Haven and Hayes, for standing in your truth, for having integrity, for being emotionally available… you have taught me so much my Angel, you are the perfect combo of being soft and strong.
‘Continue to be your truest self and always present and loving -manifesting all that you desire sweet girl.’
She then said that one of her greatest gifts is watching Honor create a life for herself.
She ended with, ‘Big hugs and smooches. Happy birthday, baby girl – 15! Whaaaaat!!!???#Quinciniera #Gemini ♊️ #FirstBorn #HappyBirthday #ThisIs15.’
When Honor turned 14, Alba also paid tribute.
‘My whole heart, my first baby – 14 years! Where did the time go!?’ began the Honest Company founder.
She added, ‘It feels like yesterday you were just a little baby -we spent hours staring into each other’s souls, breaking me open, brightening my entire world and showing me the deepest most profound love ♥️✨.’
Then Alba said: ‘I am so proud of who you are – so kind, intelligent, wise beyond your years, confident, silly, independent, creative and artistic – you are all of the things and so much more my Angel.
‘I’m honored you chose me to be your mama – you have been one of my greatest gifts in this life!! #Honorcita #BirthdayGirl #thisis14.’
This comes after Alba said she didn’t have ‘fun’ as an actress when she was younger.
The star landed her first film role in Camp Nowhere in 1994 when she was just 13, and has said she felt ‘wildly insecure’ about her acting skills at the time and didn’t feel ‘worthy’ of the attention she had as a young star.
She said: ‘[I was] so wildly insecure about my abilities as an actress. I felt so judged. I was my worst critic. I think I didn’t feel worthy.’
Jessica admitted she was left ‘paralyzed with fear’ during the early stages of her career, and said she ‘never had a real liberating, fun experience’ while shooting some of her earlier films.
Speaking about her co-stars, she added: ‘I just admired people who just were swaggy on set. It felt like they were just in the zone, and you could tell when someone is in the zone and when they just feel good.’
The ‘LA’s Finest’ actress eventually took a break from acting, and said the hiatus has brought her ‘real joy’.
She said: ‘I think taking a break for so long from it and literally having no consequence to whether it works or not, it allows me to have the freedom as a storyteller to just be completely present and try things and I really love it. And it’s brought me real joy.’
And Jessica also said it wasn’t until she was 30 that she felt she was able to focus more on her life journey and less on the outcome.
She told the ‘Let’s Be Real with Sammy Jaye’ podcast: ‘I just think all of the outcomes were so disappointing, in Hollywood especially. I was like, ‘This is so out of my control! Why?’
‘You would have a big weather issue and if 80 percent of the country is frozen, guess who’s not going to the movie theatre that opening weekend? But you’re slotted for that certain opening weekend … 10 years, someone had spent on this project.
‘You’ve spent at least two years of your life and you think it’s going to turn out some way, and then the country’s frozen over and no one can leave their house.
‘Does that mean it’s a failure? No. Does that mean, can they take away from your experience creating it and wanting it to be good? No. But I always looked at that final sort of outcome as what it should have been.’