Oh, blessed day!
Back to the drawing board, Drumpster!
Good news for Jessica Alba!
As we're sure you know, in 2011 the 35-year-old added business mogul to her resume as she co-founded The Honest Company. The business has had quite a bit of success over the years as it sells non-toxic products like cleaning supplies, baby diapers, and so much more to various chains like Whole Foods and Target. In fact, it's estimated that the lifestyle brand is worth around $1.7 billion. HOT DANG!
So it's not so surprising to hear that the mega conglomerate Unilever is in talks to purchase Miz Alba's brand. YAS KWEEN!
According to the Wall Street Journal, Unilever has targeted Jessica's rapidly growing business as they hope to get their foot in the door with the green/all-natural market. In case you forgot, the conglomerate owns both Axe body spray and Dove soap. And it seems like the consumer goods company is willing to pay a pretty penny to get their hands on The Honest Company. Well, well!
Although, the discussion between Alba and Unilever is far from being a done deal as the newspaper claims the corporation has offered to purchase THC for about a $1 billion — which is significantly less than it's reported net worth. Hmm, very inneresting.
Of course, if the Into the Blue star turns down the offer she's risks making Unilever a competitor as they could start their own chemical-free product brand. Eek!
Well, it looks as though the mother-of-two has a BIG decision to make. Go play some hardball, girl!
[Image via Derrick Salters/WENN.]