Jessica Biel isn't one for grand romantic gestures or out-of-this-world Bachelor-inspired dream dates. The mother of one has revealed that when it comes to spending time with her husband Justin Timberlake, her recipe for romance is quite simple. "I kind of like an old-fashioned date – dinner, movie, make out," admitted the actress during a chat with Entertainment Tonight.
That's not to say she doesn't enjoy a little glitz and glamour from time to time. Most recently, the adorable couple were the picture of happiness at Vanity Fair's swanky post Oscars bash on Feb. 28. Clad in sparkly Zuhair Murad, the 34-year-old walked the red carpet with her husband, who looked equally stunning in Tom Ford.
With their adorable one-year-old son Silas tucked away at home, the duo enjoyed some quality time together as husband and wife. When they were't busy posing for portraits, Justin and Jessica kicked back with close friends like Kate Hudson, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.
LIke many moms, Jessica has revealed that she struggles with taking her son out to public places, especially restaurants. "Since he's so little still and I'm still kind of learning how I do it in a very smooth and like elegant way, it's terrifying. You get to a place, you want to make sure the diners around you are not being bothered, you're full of anxiety, you're trying to go as fast as you can – you don't enjoy it at all.”
Thankfully the 7th Heaven star is coming to the rescue of moms in the Los Angeles area with the opening of her kid-friendly eatery Au Fudge. "We just want you to feel stress free about it and know that they're playing with things that are safe, that we don't use chemicals here, that there's not just a bunch of plastic everywhere and we've really tried to think very thoughtfully about your family because it's our family, too,” she said of her new restaurant.
Jessica also admitted to Entertainment Tonight that her son will be spending plenty of time at her new West Hollywood spot. "I have a good place for him, and a place that I feel safe for him to be in."