Jessica Simpson showed off her post-baby weight loss this week in a new commercial for Weight Watchers and the mother of two said it feels "really good" to be back in shape.
The 33-year-old singer's weight has been a public point of contention since 2011 when pregnancy rumors first started swirling online. Simpson and her fiancé, former New Orleans Saints tight end Eric Johnson, welcomed their daughter, Maxwell, in May 2012 and Simpson immediately signed a multimillion dollar endorsement deal with Weight Watchers.
She famously lost about 70 pounds on the diet plan but had to end her spokeswoman gig early when she became pregnant again. The "Dukes of Hazzard" star then gave birth to son Ace in June, and is now getting back on track with Weight Watchers.
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Simpson made an appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America" Monday
to discuss pregnancy and her own body image, which she called a "work in progress."
"You are creating a life, and honestly it's not easy," she said. "It is a really hard thing to go through. And you deserve to eat your ice cream, you deserve to have your pancakes. Do whatever you want to do and then afterwards just know that you have to work really hard."
The slimmed-down star said she had a different mindset going into her second pregnancy.
"My first pregnancy I ate a lot more," she said. "But my second pregnancy I ate enough. Like, I ate what I wanted to eat, but I stayed active and I think because I had gained so much weight with my first that I had to stay active throughout my second because I didn't know what to do with myself if I didn't."
Simpson and Johnson, 34, have been engaged since the fall of 2010 but postponed the wedding twice after back-to-back unexpected pregnancies.
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