'It's alarming': Jessica Simpson fans worried over drastic weight loss as trainer Harley Pasternak argues she is healthy
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Jessica Simpson recently revealed that she lost a lot of weight since the birth of her third child. However, friends, family, and admirers of the singer-turned-fashion mogul are "extremely worried about her" after seeing new pictures in which she appears to be skinnier than ever.
Recently, the actress, singer, and fashion businesswoman posted a photo on Instagram wearing her 8th grade cheerleading outfit. Fans expressed concern over it, with one commenting, "Jessica appears to weigh less than her ten-year-old daughter, Maxwell," while another said, "At 42, with three children, what woman fits into clothes she wore as a child? Someone [needs to] step in and help her."
Following the birth of her now 3-year-old daughter Birdie, the fashionista reportedly shed 100 lbs. "But she continues to lose more and more weight, and it's alarming," said a source, as per Radar Online.
Meanwhile, Harley Pasternak, the author of 'The Body Reset Diet' and Jessica's longtime trainer, argued that she is healthy. Pasternak was the one who insisted that Simpson lose weight, and keep it off healthily. "My mantra is you get lean in life and strong in the gym," he said, adding, "So the majority of the weight loss actually came from everything she did outside of the gym [as far as being active], and then everything in the gym is about toning and tightening."
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Earlier in 2022, Simpson revealed that she lost 100 pounds after giving birth to her third child in 2019. 'The Dukes of Hazzard' actress said she went to see a nutritionist and got her eating habits in order to make the epic transformation.
The actress and singer talked to Extra's Terri Seymour to share some striking insights about her weight loss journey. Seymour asked Simpson, "Why are people obsessed with your weight and how you look? Have you gotten used to it?" The 'With You' singer replied, "Oh, gosh, no. Would any woman?" She continued, "I've been criticized, and it hurts, but I've been every weight and I've been proud of it. I decided, Okay, everybody is going to talk about my weight all the time, I might as well make money off of it and turn it into a business of selling clothes and acceptance."
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