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Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Jessica Simpson Slips Back Into Her Daisy Dukes

Jessica in L.A. over the weekend / Jessica in 'Dukes of Hazzard' (AKM-GSI/Everett Digital)
Jessica in L.A. over the weekend / Jessica in 'Dukes of Hazzard'
Holy legs! Jessica Simpson has revisited one of her most iconic looks. The entertainer/fashion mogul broke out the daisy dukes to show off her toned gams Sunday in Los Angeles.
It's been nearly 10 years since the 33-year-old Simpson first donned the denim cutoffs as Daisy Duke in the 2005 "Dukes of Hazzard" remake… and she looks better than ever. Over the weekend, she completed her fashback look with a white tank, jean shirt, and brown wedges.
In preparation for her "Dukes" role, Jessica admitted she worked out six days a week and adopted the "Don't Eat Crap Diet": a South Beach Diet-style low-carb, high-protein menu of mostly grilled chicken, fish, and green vegetables.
This time around, the mother of two is subscribing to a Weight Watchers regimen. Earlier this month, Jessica revealed she'd reached her goal weight.
"I was so insecure — I couldn't even believe what I weighed," she explained on "Good Morning America" in February. "I don't think that I ever expected myself to see the numbers that I have seen on the scale."

Simpson gave birth to daughter Maxwell in May 2012. In the months following, she lost 50 pounds. In October 2012, she learned she was pregnant again with her son, Ace, who is now 7 months old. Both children are with her fiancé, former NFL player Eric Johnson. The two have been together since 2010, but holding off on their nuptials while Simpson navigates the newborns.
"My first pregnancy I ate a lot more, but my second pregnancy I ate enough, like I ate what I wanted to eat but I stayed active," she said. "I think because I had gained so much weight with my first that I had to stay active throughout my second because I didn't know what to do with myself if I didn't."
Jessica stays very active — she works out with a personal trainer — and follows a "clean" diet.
"For breakfast, I am an oatmeal girl," she explained. "Lunch, I do like bread so I will have a sandwich or something. But for dinner I try [to] keep it super clean."
Whatever Jessica is doing is clearly working.

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