Jessica Simpson kept things on a low note as she headed to Los Angeles, after revealing her weight-loss efforts.
The With You singer recently revealed that she has “gained and lost 100 pounds” three times over the past few years, proudly posing in a bikini.
The 41-year-old was photographed running errands on Thursday, proving that she has remained reserved and busy.
She wore a brown T-shirt and skinny jeans for the day, and added brown gladiator-style shoes and a matching bag.
The mother of three completed giant sunglasses and a selection of silver and gray jewellery.
Apparently feeling herself, she shared a snap of her outfit on Instagram, telling fans, “Denim Approval Meeting Attire,” noting that there’s more to her popular fashion brand.
Jessica, mother to Birdie May, Maxwell Drew, and Ace Knut, recently made headlines when she opened up about her transformation on social media, explaining that she was emotional about the difference.
Alongside a photo of her in a bikini, enjoying a sun-soaked photoshoot, she said, ‘I’ve gained and lost 100lbs 3 times so I never thought this moment could or would happen, but I do finally wear a bikini in the spring. !!!!!! ‘
‘Hard work, determination and self-love.’ Today I enjoyed a good proud cry.
The newlyweds legend spoke about her transformation in a candid conversation with Today, and announced that she’s ditched her scales and stopped weighing herself.
She said, “I have no idea how much I weigh, I just want to be able to feel comfortable and put my pants on.”
If I don’t, I have another size. I have all the size.
“I tried really hard not to let that define me.”
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