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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Jessica Simpson 'still dieting'

Published 17/08/2014

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson "won't stop dieting" despite causing concern, it has been reported.

The 34-year-old star looks great after shedding her baby weight following the birth of her daughter Maxwell two years ago and son Ace last June. Last month her hard work paid off when she tied the knot with her long time beau Eric Johnson, father to her little ones, and looked stunning in a custom Carolina Herrera gown and veil.

However, it seems Jessica isn't toning her eating habits down now the wedding has passed.

"Jessica won't stop dieting and is the skinniest she's ever been - she says she even weighs a little less than when she starred in The Dukes of Hazzard ten years ago and was also a size zero," a source told British magazine Closer. "She eats extremely small portions and survives on juices and Diet Coke."

Her obsession with dieting appears to have spilled over into her relationship, with the blonde actress and singer even keeping her goods away from those of her husband and kids'.

"She has a separate fridge to Eric and the kids and has gluten-free porridge for breakfast, an omelette for lunch, then protein and veg for dinner," the source added. "She works out five times a week and goes for five-mile runs at least three mornings too. Her only vice is alcohol."

Jessica is even said to be causing concern for those close to her with her determination to keep shedding the pounds. She is believed to have shrunk from a UK size 16-18 to a 6 for her nuptials.

"Jessica's friends and Eric worry she's getting obsessed. Her pals are reminded her how gorgeous she is," the insider concluded.

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