Jessica Simpson’s 11-year-old daughter Maxwell is so strong she can hold her 120-pound mom
Jessica SimpsonMaxwell Drew’s 11-year-old daughter looks pretty strong.
In a new Instagram post posted on Friday, the baby was seen holding his 120-pound mother in her arms with no problem.
Both smiled into the camera as if there was nothing unusual about Maxwell’s incredible strength as a teenager.
Subscribers noted the trick. “Is your daughter holding you? How strong is she?” asked one fan, while another said: “Maxi is carrying you!”
Others wondered why the 42-year-old singer was visiting Jack White’s label Third Man Records when they asked if she would be releasing new music.
The baby should practice! Jessica Simpson’s 11-year-old daughter Maxwell Drew is looking pretty strong. A new Instagram post posted Friday showed the baby having no problem holding his 120-pound mother
Jessica wore a light-colored tank top and added skin-tight black pants with zippers at the hem.
And her boots were serious: heels on a seven-centimeter platform.
The blonde beauty was wearing white-rimmed sunglasses while a colorful handbag was lying on the ground, which was full.
Simpson was outside the Third Man Records building in Nashville, Tennessee.
Third Man Records is an eclectic independent vinyl focused record label founded and owned by Jack White, Ben Blackwell and Ben Swank.
It was founded in 2001 in Detroit.
There was also a color photo of Jessica in front of a blue building, this time wearing a colorful jacket.
Music in her head? Simpson was outside the Third Man Records building in Nashville, Tennessee. Third Man Records is an eclectic independent vinyl focused record label founded and owned by Jack White, Ben Blackwell and Ben Swank. It was founded in 2001 in Detroit
Working on new music? She was also seen in a recording studio during a mirror selfie
She was also seen in a recording studio during a mirror selfie.
Then there was a picture of Jessica in front of a painted wall.
They were wings with the words: “Spread your wings.”
And the actress had a little fun with her past image as a dumb blonde from the reality show with ex Nick Lachie.
Then she asked why tuna was called “chicken of the sea.” After that, she was mocked for years for thinking that tuna could be chicken.
In her new caption, Simpson wrote: “Are these pork wings or chicken wings?”
She is wearing a leather motorcycle jacket and aviator sunglasses.
Wings: And she was also seen in the recording studio taking a mirror selfie. Then there was a picture of Jessica in front of a painted wall. They were wings with the words: “Spread your wings.” And the entertainer had a little fun with her past image as a dumb blonde from the reality show with ex Nick Lachie
She has been showing off her clothing line on social media for the past week.
Earlier this week, the designer was spotted wearing a new Jessica Simpson Collection summer dress with a high cut that showed off her toned leg.
The long dress featured a mustard and burgundy tiger print and cinched in at the waistline to show off her slim figure.
Her long white blonde hair was loose around her shoulders as she stood outdoors near the cottage, in which she was also seen last week.
“Delicious sunsets ☀️Our favorite new summer kit is the wild print! Wear each item alone or together – style it like @jessicasimpson with classic Therisa platform and vintage wooden bracelets,” the caption reads.
Haute lady: Simpson shared a gorgeous photo on Instagram this week. The 42-year-old fashion designer was seen in a new summer Jessica Simpson Collection high-cut dress, showing off her toned leg
Jessica married former NFL player Eric Johnson in 2014.
The couple has three children: daughter Maxwell, 11; son Ace, nine; and daughter Birdie, four.
The former reality TV star admitted in 2019 that she lost 100 pounds almost six months after giving birth to her third daughter, Birdie.
She followed a meal plan and walked 14,000 steps a day with the help of celebrity trainer Harley Pastrnak, and has since shared updates from the gym as she’s maintained her weight loss over the years.
‘6 months. 100 pounds down (yes, I tipped the scales at 240),” she wrote on Instagram, revealing her weight loss.
“My first ride with #BIRDIEMAE and emotional for many reasons but I’m so proud to feel like myself again. Even when it seemed impossible, I decided to work harder.”
Harley said E! News at the time: “It had to be more than just getting my baby weight back, but how do I maintain what I’m doing now forever. That’s why we’re not big fans of extreme diets or extreme exercise.”
Family: Jessica married former NFL player Eric Johnson on July 5, 2014, and the couple has three children
Simpson told Hoda Kotb during an appearance on the Today’s show in 2021, she never weighs herself again, has no scales, and follows her intuition about how she feels when choosing clothes.
“I have no idea how much I weigh,” she said. “I just want to feel good and be able to zip up my pants. If not, I have another size. I have all sizes.’
In September 2022, Simpson said she was happy to “cash in” on the chatter surrounding her fluctuations.
The star admits her weight has been the subject of speculation for years, which was one of the reasons she decided to launch her own fashion line, The Jessica Simpson Collection.
Weight loss journey: Jessica has been open about her weight with fans (pictured left in 2006, right in 2012 when she was pregnant with her first child)
The singer – told Extra: “I decided, ‘OK, everyone’s going to talk about my weight all the time, I could make some money out of it and turn it into a clothing and recognition business.’
In contrast, Jessica admitted in 2021 that she was hurt by the scrutiny she faced. The fair-haired beauty felt that in her youth, special attention was paid to her appearance and weight.
She explained: “There’s a great body positivity movement now and the response to that part of my story has been overwhelmingly supportive.”
Controversy about her weight caused Jessica to agonize over her appearance.
However, she has since learned to love her body. Jessica, who made her film debut as Daisy Duke in The Dukes of Hazzard in 2005, said: “I spent so many years beating myself up to unrealistic body standards that it made me feel like a failure all the time.
“I’m still working on self-criticism, but now I have the tools to silence those voices in my head when they do. I believe in my heart that a healthy body and a good mind-body connection is what really matters and helps me embrace imperfections as beauty.”