Jessica Alba Reveals Her Least Favorite Part of Her Body

PHOTO: Actress Jessica Alba arrives at the 2nd Annual Baby2Baby Gala at The Book Bindery, Nov. 9, 2013 in Culver City, Calif.

Jessica Alba is easily one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood -- but no one thinks they are perfect and the "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" actress is no different.

When asked about what she thinks about her body, Alba was very candid with British GQ and said she's not thrilled about her legs.

"I have to enhance what I like about my body and my stomach is good," she told the magazine. "My legs I'm not as excited about all the time, but I wouldn't cover up my stomach. That's what women do. Enhance what we've got."

PHOTO: Jessica Alba appears on the cover of the August, 2014 issue of the UK edition of GQ Magazine.
PHOTO: Jessica Alba appears on the cover of the August, 2014 issue of the UK edition of GQ Magazine.

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Alba, 33, is a mother of two and said in recent years, she feels "more grounded" than in the past.

Since the last "Sin City" movie in 2005, she said she feels, "much more comfortable, much more saucy. Then I was a girl, I was timid, I was afraid, I was so insecure and now I'm a woman and it's different… I'm more uninhibited."

She also told the magazine her thoughts on her past co-star Paul Walker, who died last year in a car crash.

"He had a real childlike innocence and he was game to try anything or do anything," she said of her "Into The Blue" co-star. "He treated everyone with respect and love. He was never treating anybody differently because of who they were. He was really a guy's guy. And loved his daughter so much and talked about her all the time. He never cared about Hollywood. He never cared about the hype."

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