Jessica Simpson has set a date for her wedding and plans to walk down the aisle with her fiancé Eric Johnson ''soon enough.''
Jessica Simpson has set a date for her wedding.
The 33-year-old star, who has 21-month-old daughter Maxwell and seven-month-old son Ace with her fiancé Eric Johnson, revealed they are planning to walk down the aisle ''soon enough.''
The blonde beauty, who previously insisted she would definitely be getting married this year, told ABC's 'Good Morning America' on Tuesday (18.02.14): ''Yes, we're planning a wedding. Since I was on GMA last I have a date, I'm super excited.''
Asked to hint when it would be, she added: ''Nah, nah. It'll be soon enough!''
The 'With You' hitmaker is eager to get her singing career back on track once she ties the knot.
She said: ''I wanna sing again. I want my daughter to see me onstage. My fiancé has never even watched me perform. Which is crazy. That's my passion, that's my love, that's everything that I am.''
The Weight Watchers spokesperson, who lost 50 pounds following her first pregnancy, admitted her weight affected her confidence.
She said: ''I was so insecure. I couldn't even believe what I weighed. I don't think that I ever expected myself to see the numbers that I have see n on the scale.''
But Jessica was determined not to be upset about gaining weight during her second pregnancy.
She explained: ''It was hard to suppress it. I knew that I would be gaining back the weight so I didn't really think about it that much. I went on walks and I worked out throughout my second pregnancy.''
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