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Jessica and Eric 'doing great'

Published 01/05/2015

Jessica Simpson, Eric Johnson, and family
Jessica Simpson, Eric Johnson, and family

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson are apparently still enjoying the honeymoon phase.

The couple tied the knot in July 2014, but have recently been plagued with rumours all is not well in the relationship.

However, those close to Jessica and her former NFL player husband say the reports are unfounded.

“None of that is true. They are doing great,” the source told Us Weekly.

Jessica, 34, began dating Eric in May 2010, and they announced their engagement six months later. They’re proud parents to daughter Maxwell, 3, and son Ace, 22 months, and according to the source are as loved up as ever.

“[They’re still in] honeymoon phase. He surprises Jessica with flowers and is always saying how hot she is. He still courts her,” the insider divulged.

Jessica, who was previously married to Nick Lachey, is also said to be keen to add to her brood.

“They are talking about having another baby! She would love to have another girl,” the source said.

The blonde star rose to fame as a pop star before winning acting roles in the likes of The Dukes of Hazzard and Blonde Ambition.

She also dabbled in reality TV with show Newlyweds, which she starred in with then husband Nick. And it seems TV may be where her future career lies.

"I've had two babies...what have I not done that I want to do? Maybe a TV show - that I create!” she recently told E! News.

“Yes [I’d like to act in it]! Ego, sorry! That was a little ego!"

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