Jessica Alba is proving there's more to her than meets the eye.
She started the Honest Company that sells organic baby products - and it was just valued at $1 billion, landing her on the front cover of Forbes.
But the Sin City star found time away from running her empire for a photoshoot for Shape magazine.
The mother-of-two showed off the fruits of her labour in the gym posing in colourful bikinis and revealing monokinis.
In the magazine, the 34-year-old actress admitted she's not a fan of exercise. 'Working out sucks!' she said.
'I'm not going to lie. Working out sucks,' she told the publication.'I have to break a sweat or I don't feel like I've gotten anything done.'
'When I only have 30 minutes, I'll do a series of burpees, mountain climbers, squat jumps, planks, and a few sun salutations,' she revealed.
Her fitness routine has been a part of her life for over a decade.
'I attribute my athletic body to the martial arts, gymnastics, dance, and strength training I did while filming Dark Angel. That's made me strong and really set the bar,' she said.
Dark Angel is one of the first major TV roles for Jessica having starred in the James Cameron-created series from 2000 to 2002, reports the Daily Mail.
'I wasn't truly confident about my body until I had my daughters, Honor (aged seven) and Haven (aged three),' Jessica continued.
'I felt more comfortable in my own skin after they were born. Plus, if I want them to be happy with their bodies, I need to walk the walk.'