Jessica Alba likes to keep it classy when it comes to making movies.
In the June 2014 issue of Glamour magazine, for which Alba graces the cover, the 33-year-old actress talks about her stance on not being nude in her films. Despite starring as sexy characters in movies such as "Sin City," "Good Luck Chuck" and "Machete," Alba says she chooses to stay modest for the sake of her grandparents.
"I don't want my grandparents to see my boobs," Alba said. "That's it. It would be weird at Christmas. And I mean, if you look at the movies I have done, getting naked would never 'elevate' the picture."
Along with her sexy film and television credits, the mother of two has become known as quite the entrepreneur, launching The Honest Company, an eco-friendly wellness brand designed for young children. The company, Alba says, stems from her desire to make sure kids have an easier and healthier childhood than she did.
"That's what really inspired me to start Honest," she said. "I had so many health issues, and come hell or high water, my kids were going to be as healthy as possible. My life was tough as a kid. I was so lonely. And I felt really disconnected from my friends because I spent so much time in the hospital with grown-ups, and felt like a weirdo. It's a strange way to spend your time as a kid. All you want to do is play."
Alba can next been seen on the big screen in several films, including "Dear Eleanor," "Stretch" and the highly-anticipated "Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For," scheduled for an August 2014 release.