Enough already! It's been seven years since Jessica Simpson said "I do" to Eric Johnson, but she won't stop gabbing about all the men that came before — and a source says it's driving her hubby up the wall.
Simpson, 40, who dated John Mayer and Tony Romo and was rumored to have hooked up with Adam Levine and Billy Corgan, "constantly talks about old boyfriends, and Johnson is "sick and tired of it," dishes the source.
And this doesn't even come as a surprise — Simpson went into detail about her on-off relationship with Mayer in her 2020 memoir titled Open Book, writing that he was "obsessed" with her "sexually and emotionally."
After her recent appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, when the Newlyweds alum revealed that publicists warned their star clients to steer clear of her in the wake of her 2006 divorce from Nick Lachey, "that was the last straw for Eric," the insider says.
The former athlete, 41, who shares children Maxwell, 9, Ace, 7, and Birdie, 2, with the fashion mogul, gets that Simpson is scarred by her experiences with some of these guys, "but it's frustrating to him that she can't seem to let it go," the source adds. "He's asked her to find new things to talk about, but Jessica can't help herself. She's a blabbermouth."
While Johnson may be tired of hearing about his wife's past affairs, the couple seems to be on the same page about one thing — having another child.
"Jessica knows Eric would love another boy, but she'd be giddy to have one more girl," the source adds of the parents-of-three," the source previously told OK!, adding that the two are on "solid ground now and weighing the pros and cons of having one more child."
Expanding their family would be pretty ambitious, given how busy Simpson is these days. In December, the blonde bombshell announced that she signed a deal with Amazon Studios to executive produce a "fictionalized" series and an unscripted docuseries based on her tell-all memoir, Open Book.
"I am humbled and honored to partner with @amazonstudios to bring my story and heart to life on the screen and executive produce a fictionalized coming of age series about my mid-twenties, a new intimate unscripted docuseries with music as a key component and 2 essays where I will share my soul and perspective while holding your heart close to mine," the former pop star wrote on Instagram at the time.