Jessica Simpson has paid tribute to her new husband on their return from honeymoon.
The singer-turned-designer tied the knot with former NFL player Eric Johnson on July 5, and following a relaxing post-wedding break in Punta Mita, Mexico, it would seem she is more in love than ever.
Jessica posted a series of photos on Instagram proclaiming her love, one of which showed her cuddling up to Eric as she gazed seductively at the camera, to accompany the image, she wrote: ''I love this man, our marriage, and everything in between''
She then shared another selfie with the pair posing with their tongues sticking out, which she simply captioned: ''Yummy''
Earlier on, the 34-year-old businesswoman - who has children Maxwell, two, and Ace, 13 months, with Eric - posted a photo from her honeymoon, showing off her dramatic weight loss to its fullest effect.
Posing with her hand on her hip, Jessica's fans were given a glimpse of her impressive wedding ring
Jessica's followers were even treated to a view of the gorgeous ocean from her hotel room, which was located in the luxurious Four Seasons Punta Mita Resort.
A source told Us Weekly magazine: They had an amazing time and looked so in love during the entire visit. They enjoyed cocktails by the pool and spent a lot of time on the beach, just relaxing after their big day.''
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