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Jessica Simpson 'waxes with husband'

Published 24/08/2015

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson apparently think they look good after they get waxed together.

The happy pair are known for sharing things and even had a joint bachelor and bachelorette party before they tied the knot in 2014.

Now they've taken things up a level and are rumored to enjoy waxing sessions together.

"They have a professional come to the house to do it every two weeks now. Jess has been so busy being a mom and running her business that she thought doing this together would be like killing two birds with one stone. But she didn't realise what a kick they would get from it," a source told US Star magazine.

Apparently the pain factor of waxing is no problem for the pair, both 35, and it's even said to have spiced up their love life.

"They don't mind [the pain] and even joke that it's added a little bit of edge to their sex life. Plus they think they look pretty good too," the insider added.

Another factor reportedly impacting their bedroom activities is Jessica's slim physique. The blonde, who started her career as a pop star, has seen her weight rise and fall over the years. After having daughter Maxwell, three, and two-year-old son Ace, Jess shed her baby weight with the help of Weight Watchers.

She's managed to keep the pounds off, with a source revealing her husband is her biggest inspiration.

“One of Jessica’s main motivations for slimming down recently was to keep things white hot with Eric, because he’s made no secret of the fact he’s turned on by her tiny waist,” an insider previously told America’s OK! magazine.

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