Jessica Alba Does Not Want Her Grandparents to See Her Breasts on Screen, Says ‘Nudity Never Elevates Movies’

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By Sounak Mukhopadhyay | May 8, 2014 3:02 PM EST

Jessica Alba said that she would not want her grandparents to see her breasts as she gave her opinion on "nudity" in films.

Alba gave an interview for Glamour magazine, where she apparently revealed the kind of nudity clause she generally had in her contracts. She said that "it would be weird at Christmas" if her grandparents saw her nude in films. While she talked about the movies she had done so far, the actress who was raised Catholic said nudity would never have "elevated" any movie whatsoever.

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Actress Jessica Alba arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrating the opening of "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" in Upper Manhattan, New York, May 5, 2014.

E! Online caught the 33-year-old actress talking about her romantic life. She said that she had only had only two boyfriends in her life. The first boyfriend was NCIS star Michael Weatherly whom she "didn't have a voice" with. She said that he was "so much older." Their relationship was much talked about as Alba was 12 years younger than Weatherly. Alba previously admitted that she had been a virgin before she met him during the latter part of her teens.

On the other hand, with her next boyfriend Cash Warren who is now her husband, there are "no more surprises," she said. It has been two years and a half in her marriage. She said that the easiest part of their marriage was "snuggling every night." She met Warren while during the production of Fantastic Four in 2004.

The Sin City star talked about how her mother grew feminist roots in her. Alba, originally from a small town in California, said that one "had to answer to a man if he was the breadwinner." That was exactly what her mother did not want to be the case for her. She said that she had been told that she should not "need to rely on a man" as her mother taught her "how to hustle." Alba talked about how determined she was to be "financially independent" as she had started making money with her acting when she was just 12. "That was freedom," she said.

The June issue of Glamour, with the complete interview of the actress, hits newsstands on May 13.

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Actress Jessica Alba arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrating the opening of "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" in Upper Manhattan, New York, May 5, 2014.
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