It's been more than three months since Jessica Simpson welcomed daughter Maxwell Drew Johnson into the world on May 1.
For many new mothers, the three-month mark is a time when they’re finally beginning to regain their prepregnancy shapes — but Jessica’s figure looks nowhere near its old form.
This is despite her logging countless hours at the gym, tweeting about eating a healthy diet and working closely with Weight Watchers to shed a reported 20 to 30 lbs. by the end of August, as her $4 million spokesperson contract with the slim-down company reportedly stipulates.
So why is Jessica — who gained 70 lbs. during her pregnancy — having such a hard time getting her body back? Sources say she may be expecting again!
“Jessica could definitely be pregnant,” Dr. Dave E. David, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, tells Star, noting that some women begin ovulating again immediately after having a baby.
Dr. Elizabeth Lyster, of the Holtorf Medical Group in California, concurs. “Many women come into their six-week postpartum checkup already pregnant, because they assumed they couldn’t conceive again so soon,” she tells Star.
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