Last week Jessica Simpson tweeted an over-the-top photo that put her décolletage front and center. Now, according to friends, the reality star-turned-designer is bringing the bosom back.
"She has been working very hard on losing the baby weight, but don't expect to see Jessica Daisy Duke-thin again," a friend of the actress tells me. "She wants to lose the pregnancy weight but loves her curves and is very confident with her sexy, voluptuous body. You don't have to be super-skinny to be sexy!"
Jessica's appearance has long been a topic of conversation, leading the star to lock down a $4 million deal from Weight Watchers. However, sources say Weight Watchers does not expect immediate results and loves that many women can relate to Jessica's struggles.
"The focus is on healthy eating habits and not starving yourself, which is what Jessica is all about. She thinks actresses like Christina Hendricks from 'Mad Men' are gorgeous and that's the sort of body she would love to have," says an insider who has worked with Simpson. "It's all about bringing the bosom back for Jessica. She's on a mission."
Plus, Simpson has another incentive for getting back into shape, which has nothing to do with the $4 million: She wants to look perfect in her likely low-cut wedding dress.
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