Jessica Simpson Weight Watchers Magazine Cover: Her "New" Life!

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There's no denying that Jessica Simpson has a glow about her these days.

Whether it's from her second pregnancy or airbrushing is another story.

Jessica Simpson Weight Watchers Cover

The star is Weight Watchers magazine's January/February issue cover girl, a decision likely made before she announced she is expecting her second child.

Wearing a starry blue and silver top with black skinny jeans, the 32-year-old blond beauty sparkles and shares slim-down secrets she has since abandoned.

Pregnant women aren't allowed to be on Weight Watchers, after all.

"I'm crazy about smoothies, so I bring fruit chopped up and ready to go," she reveals. "That way, I can sip the same smoothie all morning long between takes."

"If it thins out, I put it back in the blender with crushed ice."

Weight Watchers confirmed last week that while baby Maxwell's mom is a valued spokeswoman, she won't be following the plan during her second pregnancy.

The star, who welcomed Maxi May 1 with fiance Eric Johnson, will consult with her doctor after giving birth to decide when to resume the program.

In the meantime, expect some seriously awkward TV ads pitching the dieting brand and tons of Jessica Simpson bikini photos posted on Twitter.

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My Mom stayed on Weight Watchers when she was pregnant with me, she only needed to add points as the pregnancy progressed. Not sure why they are now saying that pregnant women can't be on the program.

Jessica Simpson Biography

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Birthplace
Abilene, Texas
Full Name
Jessica Ann Simpson

Jessica Simpson Quotes

They're just the cutest couple in the world. They are adorable. Anybody would wish to be them and you can only wish them well. Just being around them inspires love and everything I sing about.

Jessica Simpson [on her sister and Pete Wentz]

It’s fun to do a small film that might be released to DVD not because it’s a horrible film, but because it’s an independent film. For people to say Employee of the Month was a flop is ludicrous. We made the money back–that’s not a flop. For people to say The Dukes of Hazzard was a flop–it opened to $30 million! If these movies are flops, why would I still make them?

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