Jessica Simpson & Family: Land In LA

An expectant Jessica Simpson and her fiancé Eric Johnson landed at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday (May 5). While Eric toted their 1-year-old daughter Maxwell, Jessica patted her growing baby bump in a black top and printed maxi maternity skirt accessorized by a bright orange Birkin bag.

The trio were seen leaving LA on Friday for their quick weekend getaway.

“I’m so excited to have a son,” Jessica, 32, shared of her son on-the-way. “He got all these cute vintage cars and I got a lot of little leather jackets I can’t wait to try out!”

And it sounds like baby Maxi is excited too. “She was taking over some of her little brother’s gifts!” Jessica said at her recent baby shower.

Filed under: Eric Johnson,Jessica Simpson,Maxwell Johnson

Photo credit: FameFlynet/AKM-GSI


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  1. Anonymous

    I’ll never know what she saw in this homely,disheveled, out of work moocher.

  2. Anonymous

    WAS in the NFL. He only played a couple of years and wasn’t very good so I doubt he made a lot of money and he’s been out of the league for years now so YES, he IS a MOOCHER. Learn your facts first before posting.

    • Lizzie

      Jessica has a billion dollar company. So from what you are saying, really anyone she’s with would be a moocher.

      • Anonymous I

        She dosen’t have a billion dollar company it’s a million dollar company. Even then she only has a part of that her parents are the one that really own the company. That’s why Jessica Simpson’s business factors into her parent’s divorce. Joe and Tina have split the business where he would handle the entertainmnent, and Tina would handle the merchandising, Jessica is only the figurehead.

    • anonymous

      Maybe this man is a decent guy and money has absolutely zero to do with anything. Did you think of that? Not everyone is so shallow as to only think about the almighty buck.

  3. Anonymous

    No, not every stay at home dad is a moocher but this one surely is. Let’s see how long this relationship lasts. I give it another couple of years.

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