Today Jessica Simpson and hubby Eric Johnson welcomed a new a addition to their family.
In Los Angeles this morning, the singer/ designer gave birth to her daughter Maxwell Drew Johnson weighing 9 lbs. and 13 oz. This is the first child for the new and happy parents.
Jessica reached out to her fans on her website today saying:
"We are so grateful for all the love, support and prayers we have received. This is been the greatest experience of our lives."
They are going to tie the knot later this year, but what if they split in two or three years? Eric Johnson worked out a prenup plan that guarantees him some cash if something goes wrong between the two of them. Here's the plan.
An insider tells, "Eric is on what you might call a vesting plan."
"He'll get $500,000 as a wedding present. Then, each anniversary, he'll get another $200,000. If he and Jessica make it to five years, he'll get an additional incentive $500,000 bonus - and a $1 million bonus if they make it to 10 years."
It really looks like she's paying him to stay with her... Do you get an extra when you take the dogs out Eric?
Finally! I've always loved Jessica Simpson. Sure, she had her dumb moments. Maybe she had more of those moments than most of us (tuna vs. chicken)...But she's a good girl. She deserves to be happy. So who's the new man?
Well, it's no surprise that it's a former baller. What is it with women and athletes these days? JK, I'm fully aware.
It's former NFLer Eric Johnson, who used to play for the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints.
Jess has admitted that she started dating Eric last month and sources say they're smitten with each other.
One said, "they are very happy."
Good for you, Jess! Keep those balls rollin'!
This is the fourth edition of the Experience Hendrix tour which has gone cross-country, playing homage to one of the greatest guitar players ever, Jimi Hendrix. This year's ensemble includes Joe Satriani, Jonny Lang, Eric Johnson, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brad Whitford, Doyle Bramhall II, Living Colour, Double Trouble's Chris Layton, and David Hidalgo and Cesar Rosas of Los Lobos. Bassist Billy Cox, who met Jimi in the Army and played with him in the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Band of Gypsies is also along for the ride.