Jessica Alba and daughter Honor Marie are in Paris taking in the sights on a girly holiday.
Despite the cloudy and cold weather in the French capital, the pair were spotted having fun as they posed for pictures in front of the Eiffel Tower and Jessica pushed her daughter in a buggy along the streets of the city.
The Daily Mail reports that even after an 11-hour flight the pair didn't let jet lag stop them on their trip to see the most famous landmarks.
Four-year old Honor got into the French spirit wearing a beret and a yellow neckerchief, looking like a true Parisian.
The pair were accompanied by Jessica's make-up artist Lauren Anderson and stopped on Place du Trocadero to buy crepes from an outdoor seller.
US Magazine reports that the mother-daughter duo jetted into Paris on Friday for Paris Fashion Week and Honor was photographed at Charles-de-Gaulle Airport hand-in hand with her mum holding a hot drink cup.
Jessica soon took to Twitter and wrote: 'Bonjour #Paris #girls-trip! W @lauren_andersen & my big girl! (sic)'.
The mum-of-two has previously spoken about how she loves travelling the world with her family.
She said on The View: 'Having them travel with me and exposing them to the cultures is amazing. I feel so blessed that I can do that. And I want my four-year-old to know please, thank you, and hello in every language, so I drill it into her head everywhere we go. She learns it and she's really polite about it.'
Earlier this winter, the actress treated Honor to a holiday in London and took her ice skating at the Natural History Museum.
Last year the family of four travelled to Tokyo in Japan and the Amalfi Coast in Italy.
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