Jessica Alba reveals the horror she felt when daughter Haven, 9, walked in on her and her husband
The actual horror.
Kids are notorious for never having the sense to knock before entering through closed doors.
And if you have ever found yourself in Jessica Alba's shoes (or, more likely, sheets...), you will know the feeling of wishing you could turn back time and had remembered to lock the door...
The 40-year entrepreneur and mum-of-three recently took to her YouTube show Getting Honest, to dish on the awkward moment during a conversation with fellow parents, stylist Rachel Zoe and her husband, Rodger Berman.
Alba and her film producer husband, Cash Warren, 42, reveal that their daughter Haven, 9½, once walked in on the couple during an intimate moment in their bedroom.
"It was the worst," Warren says. "We like spent five minutes in our bedroom laughing. And being like, 'I can't believe we just ruined our daughter, we just ruined her."
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And while Warren was laughing at the time, Alba admits that she "started crying" before calling her husband's sister for some advice on how to handle the situation and talk to Haven about what had happened.
Shortly after the cringe-worthy moment, Warren says he went downstairs to talk to Haven.
"We just have to own this one. We can't pretend it didn't happen," he recalls thinking.
"I went downstairs and said, 'Haven, I bet that's the last time you walk into our room without knocking,' " Warren says with a laugh. "Now she knocks, it was like she learned her lesson."
Has this ever happened to YOU? How did you handle it and talk to your kids about it? Let us know in the comments!