Joined by her parents, the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For star, 34, posed with husband Cash Warren and their two daughters – Honor, 7, and Haven, 3 – at Universal Studios in Orlando. The Honest Company co-founder was also joined by Lost star Harold Perrineau, his wife Brittany, and their younger daughters Wynter, 7, and Holiday, 2.
“Family fun day @universalorlando #UniversalStudiosOrlando w @cash_warren @haroldperrineau @markdalba @cathyalba #HarryPotterLand,” Alba Instagrammed the group shot.
The actress went on to show her support for marriage equality.
“A historic day! #TakePride #LoveWins ❤️ what an amazing day- marriage equality for all!,” she reposted The Honest Company’s photo.
ABC’s new sitcom Fresh Off the Boat isn’t just the most hilarious new show to debut this season, it’s also the most educational. Based on the childhood of renowned chef Eddie Huang, the series, which follows the daily life of an Asian-American family who’s just relocated to suburban Orlando to open a new American restaurant, teaches you not only how to fit into a new community, but also how to cut the cost of living, attract business, and further your career. To see what we mean, here are 10 life hacks we learned from Fresh Off the Boat.
To attract a wider array of customers, hire a white guy to be the face of your business.
Luckily, Taylor Swift won’t have to shake anything off when it comes to Orlando Bloom wanting to move the hell away from her. Reports claim Bloom isn’t feeling being neighbors with the singer in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood. It’s not because her cats have gotten out of control, and most definitely not because her model friends constantly parade in and out. It’s because the paparazzi are always swarming her place.
It’s only been six months and the actor has reportedly already put his apartment on the market. Maybe he isn’t feeling the love since he’s not as popular with the press, or maybe he just doesn’t want to deal with the paparazzi madness (because who has time for that)?
Bloom isn’t the only A-lister who has had recent Manhattan living struggles. A few weeks ago, John Lennon‘s son was sued for $10 million by Marisa Tomei‘s parents for a tree that was “destroying” their brownstone. Oh, the problems of being famous.