Jessica Simpson 100% meant business in her no-pants fur look today. The 40-year-old singer, actress, and “Open Book” author had slipped out of her entertainment shoes and into her big thigh-high business boots as she promoted her best-selling clothing line on Monday – Jessica Simpson Style, turning $1 billion in 2015 sales, is still going strong. The “Dukes of Hazzard” star might not have been in her trademark Daisy Dukes, but her massive thigh gap more than showed off the 100 pounds she dropped in 2019. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. The above one dates back to last year, when Jessica initially admitted tipping the scales at 240 pounds. She’s since revealed the figure, closer to 300 pounds, was in the “high two hundreds.”
The hot shot showed the blonde posing sassily indoors and amid wooden floors and green-painted walls. Jessica ensured all eyes were on her, seen in an animal-print and faux fur coat, big black boots, and absolutely nothing else as she struck a sultry pose. “Jessica’s Loves” drove fans right to the star’s brand.
Jessica, this year admitting she’s so sick of the eggs she ate on her weight-loss diet she can only eat them in cakes, has proven candid throughout her journey. While fans seeing the star slipping into a 14-year-old pair of True Religion jeans this summer called her “way too skinny,” a strong and warrior poolside yoga photo quickly saw the star’s followers returning to worship mode.
Jessica dropped the weight in just six months after welcoming third baby Birdie Mae last year. Scroll for what she ate.
Jessica, who walked up to 10,000 steps a day to shift the weight, had trainer Harley Pasternak dishing to Hollywood Life on what his client ate while dropping the weight.
“She would eat one whole egg and three egg whites for breakfast, scrambled with a bowl of blackberries. For lunch she would have a salad with grilled chicken and grilled fish with salad and vegetables for dinner,” he said, adding: “As for snacks, she would have almonds and sometimes green beans with Parmesan cheese on top.”
Jessica doesn’t seem to need to worry about income amid the global pandemic. Early months of COVID saw reports that her “Open Book” memoir was experiencing a spike in sales as millions led new lives from home. The book, documenting everything from Jessica’s childhood sexual abuse and resulting pills and alcohol addiction, also chronicles her relationship with singer John Mayer.
Jessica is now happily married to Eric Decker. The star is raising 2019-born Birdie Mae alongside kids Ace and Maxwell, with her 8-year-old daughter Max now designing bed linens for her popular brand.