The actress took her eldest to the French capital on Thursday and didn't waste her time visiting the famous landmarks the following day.
Wrapped up against the cold weather Jessica and Honor made sure to take pictures of their trips, including a candid in front of the famous Eiffel Tower.
Girls trip! Jessica Alba and her daughter Honor Marie pose in front of the Eiffel TowerAnd the four-year old was getting chauffeur-driven treatment.
Wearing a big beret and a yellow neckerchief, the little one looked like a true Parisian young lady.
Cute! The mother and daughter headed to Paris on a special girls-only vacation
Chauffeured! Honor got to relax in a buggy while her mum did the pushing
Immaculate: Jessica had her make up and fashion team flanking her as they toured the cityJessica looked as stylishly youthful as ever in a woolen dufflecoat, blue jeans and grey boots, with a beanie hat to keep her head warm under her hood.
The mother and daughter made a colourful arrival to Paris, leaving Roissy CDG with the Sin City star in a bright turquoise coat and her four-year old wearing floral leggings.
Both looked cute carrying matching hot drink cups, although one hopes Honor's was of the chocolate not caffeinated variety.
Excited! JEssica tweeted a pic of hher daughter, make-up artist and herself on their way to Paris
Snack: The girls pick up a post-flight drink from the Roissy-Charles De Gaulle airport after they land
Buggy watch: Jessica keeps an eye on the pram she'll be pushing Honor around in for the foreseeable futureThe fashionable mummy is normally a regular on the front rows of the world's fashion weeks, so her 'big girl' may get the chance to experience her first catwalk show.
Clearly the Fantastic Four actress is excited about the trip, and couldn't wait to tweet a photo upon their arrival in the French city.
With the cute photo of Honor, make-up artist Lauren Anderson and herself, Jessica wrote the message, 'Bonjour #Paris #girls-trip! W @lauren_andersen & my big girl! (sic)'.
MOdern girls: The mother and daughter looked cool carrying matching hot drinks, but hopefully the four-year old's was a hot chocolate