Former pop star and actor Jessica Simpson made sure to share the highs and lows of her most recent pregnancy - swollen ankles, acid reflux and all - with her near-five million-strong Instagram followers.
Now, six months after giving birth to her third child, daughter Birdie Mae, the new mum stepped out on Thursday to show off her 45kg weight loss.
‘I’m so proud’
The blonde beauty was spotted out and about in New York City sporting a tight-fitting black mini-dress that showed off her legs and cleavage.
Jessica allowed just a hint of her lacy black bra to peek out of the frock’s low-cut neckline, while the thigh-high split hinted at her slim pins.
She wore he locks straight and loose and kept her makeup look simple with a smokey eye and nude lip.
Jessica’s weightloss secrets
The 39-year-old proudly shared a photo of her slim post-baby body with her Instagram fans on Wednesday, revealing that she “tipped the scales” at just over 108kg during her pregnancy.
The former reality star also told fans that she’s now down to 63.5kg and is “so proud to feel like myself again”.
“6 months. 100 pounds down (Yes, I tipped the scales at 240 😜)
My first trip away from #BIRDIEMAE and emotional for many reasons, but so proud to feel like myself again. Even when it felt impossible, I chose to work harder,” the “I Wanna Love You Forever” hitmaker captioned the snap.
While Jessica didn’t divulge her diet or workout routine, she has been a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers in the past.
Praise for Jess
The former pop star’s big reveal has been met with praise online from the likes of Mad Men star January Jones, brother-in-law Evan Ross and Katie Couric, who said she looked “amazing.”
Fans are also showing support for Jess’ frank post.
“Love your honesty,” one wrote. “You’re such a positive role model for mamas and women!”
“The way you are able to snap back after pregnancy is just amazing,” read another comment. “Congratulations to you on the hard work.”
“You look amazing — but you always have regardless of your size!” a follower added. “Way to work hard and take care of yourself.”
Additional reporting by Erin Donnelly.
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