Jessica Alba has quieted rumors of her third pregnancy by taking to Twitter this week.
The 31-year-old actress shares two daughters with husband and television producer Cash Warren. While her youngest child is just over one year old, rumors from an unknown source began alleging that Alba was expecting her third child on Wednesday.
A dubious insider revealed that Alba and Warren "couldn't be happier" about the alleged pregnancy, according to reports by The National Enquirer.
However, the actress and her husband of four years are not yet expecting another child.
"#Heavenly," Alba posted to Twitter on Sunday along with a photo of dessert and a glass of red wine.
The presence of alcohol in the photo indicates that the "Fantastic Four" star is not with child. Moreover, Alba is scheduled to begin filming for her role as Nancy in the sequel to the hit movie "Sin City" in the near future. The role has required the actress to lose weight, making her pregnancy even more unlikely.
A frequent Twitter user, Alba has posted several other photos this week along her "girl's trip" to London with daughter Honor, 4, and a female friend.
"Just landed," the star posted to the micro blogging site. "We're so excited for our adventure to begin #girls-trip."
Alba and her daughter were photographed during the week at Central London's ice skating rink as well as while shopping at Hamley's toy store. The mother and daughter duo also paid a visit to Buckingham Palace, according to the Daily Mail.
The Hollywood mom opened up about motherhood and the importance of traveling while on "The View" recently.
"I want my 4-year-old to know please, thank you, and hello in every language," said Alba. "So I drill it into her head everywhere we go. She learns it and she's really polite about it."
Meanwhile, Alba's other daughter, Haven, stayed home in California with her father Warren.
"Besitos," the proud father posted to Twitter on Thursday, adding a photo of himself with Haven.
In the coming year, Alba will appear in films "Escape from Planet Earth," "Machete Kills," and "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."