Jessica Alba Shows off Growing Baby Bump in Strapless Black Bikini

A week after announcing that she and husband Cash Warren are expecting their third child, Jessica Alba is showing off her growing baby bump.

The 36-year-old Honest Company founder's baby bump was in full view on Saturday during a trip to a pristine Hawaii beach. She wore a black strapless bikini and later tried on a colorful sarong.

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Alba announced the exciting pregnancy news last week in an adorable Boomerang Instagram video, busting a move with her two daughters, Honor and Haven, all holding numbered balloons.

Alba works with health and wellness consultant, Kelly LeVeque, following a healthy eating lifestyle that focuses on joyful eating, eating whole, fresh foods, and feeling good in your skin. A large part of the diet plan is to follow the "fab four", or the four food groups you need at every meal: healthy fats, protein, fiber, and greens.

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As for the star's fitness habits, she's tried just about every exercise craze and says her favorite is Hot Power Flow Yoga, a mix of hot yoga and bootcamp.

No word yet on if Alba will make any drastic changes to her eating and fitness habits now that she's expecting baby number three, but we have a feeling the mom will do everything in her power to have a happy, healthy pregnancy.

"As I've gotten older and after I became a mom, it became more of a priority to be healthy for the right reasons," she previously told PEOPLE. "It's more important to have a balanced approach instead of trying to be perfect."

Her positive, balanced mindset toward a healthy lifestyle speaks bounds about her parenting style. She even told PEOPLE earlier this year that she's always changing and trying to better herself as a parent.

"I don't try to pretend like I have all the answers and I certainly don't think I'm perfect," she said. "So when my kids say something, instead of me being so reactive, I think about how I can be better."

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"I find that my kids thrive when they know where the boundaries are and the comfort zone and where they can be creative and play," Alba said. "But it's having enough sleep, having proper nutrition that really helps that. And having enough activity."

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