Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

Jessica Simpson pregnant?

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson is pregnant again, according to reports.

The singer-and-fashion designer only gave birth to her first child, daughter Maxwell, in May but it appears she is set to expand her brood again.

It has been reported that Jessica and her fiancé Eric Johnson weren't planning to have another baby so soon, but they are thrilled with the news.

"It definitely wasn't planned. But yes, Jessica is pregnant again," a source told Us Weekly. "She is really overjoyed!"

National Enquirer claims that the 32-year-old beauty is reluctant to confirm her baby news just yet.

"Jessica is only nine weeks into this pregnancy," a source close to the Simpson family told the publication. "She's trying to keep it a secret until she makes it safely through her first trimester."

There is also speculation that Jessica is feeling anxious about having another child next year as her parents Tina and Joe are currently in the process of divorcing after being married for 34 years.

A representative for Jessica has not commented on the latest baby rumours.

The blonde star recently described motherhood as "a dream" and "absolutely amazing".

She also revealed her desire to land a role in a sitcom, so she could take her family to work with her.

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