Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 May 2016

Simpson sets wedding date

Published 06/04/2013

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson and her fiancé Eric Johnson have reportedly set a wedding date after cancelling the previous two in the wake of her back-to-back pregnancies.

The 32-year-old singer has been dating Eric since 2010 and is currently pregnant with their second child.

According to Radar Online, the couple has made official plans to say “I do” later this year after cancelling two previous dates because she was expecting.

The website reports the ceremony will take place just one month after Jessica gives birth.

“Jessica and Eric are adamant they want to wed this year,” a source told the news outlet.

“Before they found out Jessica was expecting her second child, they’d already set the wheels in motion for a low-key ceremony. But then, they had to put their plans on ice when they discovered Jessica was pregnant.”

The couple are believed to be planning a summer wedding and Hawaii is at the top of their wish list.

Apparently they were impressed with the venues they visited in the tropical paradise during a family vacation late last year.

“When they were in Hawaii over the Christmas holidays, they checked out a couple of local spots where a small ceremony could be planned this summer. They’re not completely against exchanging their vows in Los Angeles either, but would prefer to do it anywhere else other than their own home,” the insider claimed.

Jessica spoke to US late night host Jay Leno back in January about pushing back wedding plans. She admitted her unexpected pregnancies had made things somewhat complicated.

The singer gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Maxwell Drew, in May 2012, and confirmed her second pregnancy on Christmas Day.

“We’ve had two different wedding dates, but he keeps knocking me up,” she laughed. “We’re doing it very backwards, I know - I’ll just keep my legs crossed, I guess, this time!”

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