Baby Talk! Is Jessica Simpson Pregnant Already?

Could this be true? Has Jessica Simpson pulled a Tori Spelling? Us Weekly reports that the recent mom to daughter Maxwell is already pregnant again! “It definitely wasn’t planned, but yes, Jessica is pregnant again,” a source told the magazine.

Simpson gave birth to her first child with fiancé Eric Johnson on May 1, 2012. Maxwell Drew has made a few famous appearances since then, once causing a stir for her mom’s decision to dress her in a bikini, but it’s been Simpson who has been the subject of public speculation since becoming a mom.

The body image slams surrounding her pregnancy weight drew commentary from media outlets, other celebrities and commentators online, both arguing that she jeopardized her health and that her weight shouldn’t be an issue following a pregnancy. Simpson later became a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers and used the program to show off the fabulously slimmed body she’s worked hard for over the last few months.

We wonder what her workout regimen will be like now if the rumors are true? Will her pregnancy pounds return?

Jessica has yet to confirm the pregnancy details, but as long as she and Johnson are happy, then congratulations are in order! Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Simpson tweeted, “I am so grateful for my new lil family! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!” Her account has been quiet since then, but if baby number two is on the way, we’re sure she is ecstatic that her little family is growing!

Tori Spelling did face some health risks after giving birth to Hattie and Finn so quickly—Finn was born 10 months after Hattie. We’re sure Jessica will be keeping track of her health, and we are looking forward to the official announcement!

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