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Thursday 18 September 2014

Jessica Simpson wanted 'perfect Christmas'

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson reportedly had a challenging Christmas.

Jessica's mother Tina Simpson entered divorce documents dated September 24, 2012 in McLennan County, Texas to annul her 34-year marriage to Joe Simpson.

The 32-year-old Weight Watchers representative and fashion mogul welcomed her and fiancé Eric Johnson's baby daughter Maxwell Drew in May.

Jessica felt the pressure to make everyone happy this holiday season and was desperate for all to turn out well.

"It's her daughter's first Christmas, so she wanted it to be perfect," a source told InTouch magazine.

"She's very close to her parents, so it was hard. But she invited her dad to visit right before Christmas, and her mom to come after. They appreciated how she handled everything."

Jessica revealed on Christmas Day she is pregnant with her second child with Eric.

She tweeted a photo of Maxwell sitting in the sand with the words "Big Sis" written below.

Reports suggested Weight Watchers bosses were furious after the singer signed an estimated $3 million deal to stick with the programme and be the face of the company earlier this year.

Weight Watchers announced on Wednesday it will continue to run ads of her 50lb weight loss.

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