Jessica Simpson was chosen as one of the most attractive celebrities in the world ever.
The 40-year-old singer appeared to have a dreamy life in early life as fans revealed her life with her now ex-husband Nick Lachey on Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica.
But Star’s mother has revealed that body shaming did not make Star want to leave her house.
Jessica’s mummy Tina told TODAY that the “negativity” people said about her daughter was tough for her.
He said: “I have to be honest, for me, the most difficult thing with Jessica is the weight because the way people judge her is unbelievable.
“Body shaming is a terrible thing, and no girl should go through that person or boy. Period. Nobody.”
Jessica has previously opened up on her struggles and in her first book in 2009, she wrote: “Why do I get cruel opinions of this world?
“Has it become about how many people read something and are encouraged to believe it. Last week, I read back to my journals from ’99 and I beat myself that before I got into the world.” Let me give it a chance, I am so fat.
“Today, my heart broke because people say I’m fat.”
The actress has admitted that she is very happy that the body image interaction has started changing.
He said: “Now there is an amazing movement for body positivity and the response to that part of my story is largely supportive.
“I don’t think people have always felt that there was a human being, a beating heart and working eyes with real feelings behind those headlines and these words can hurt and last you a lifetime.”
The mum-of-three saw her sensational image after losing seven stones last year.
She revealed her weight loss after welcoming her little girl in March 2019 and revealed how she struggles with drug addiction.
She said that she had turned to substances as a method of coping with her anxiety and insecurity.
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