Jessica Simpson stoked more pregnancy rumors on Friday afternoon. The former reality TV star showed up at the Outstanding Mother Awards at The Pierre Hotel in New York City on May 11 with her husband Eric Johnson and her mother Tina Ann. Simpson looked like big bird in a tent-like yellow dress at the event honoring moms before Mother's Day on May 13. The public appearance followed her long vacation in the Bahamas with Johnson, in which she looked pregnant in a red bikini. Scroll through Radar's photos for more!
Mellow yellow! Simpson, 37, wore a big smile with her huge yellow dress that covered up her breasts and arms. Was she concealing a new addition?
Simpson usually flashes more flesh, but only bared her legs at the event on Friday afternoon. However, she couldn't stop showing off her curvy bikini body during a romantic Bahamas vacation with her husband recently. They already are raising daughter Maxwell, 6, and son Ace, 5.
Simpson was joined at the New York ceremony by her husband and mother Tina Ann. During the event, Jessica made a speech in front of other famous guests, including former president Bill Clinton! "Just your typical Friday… giving a speech in front of a President," the former Newlyweds star captioned a photo with Clinton and Johnson, a former football player.
Simpson appeared very tan after her Bahamas vacation with Johnson. It was an adults-only trip as their two kids stayed home and the couple had fun with friends instead.
Simpson often posed with her hands on hips at the Mother's Awards event. Tina Ann wore a white dress and jacket and seemed thrilled to be with her famous daughter.
Rumors have been floating since April that Simpson is expecting her third child with Johnson and the recent bikini vacation photos have only intensified the talk. Simpson appeared wide around the middle.
Simpson told EXTRA at the awards show about her trip with Johnson, "We definitely missed the kids." It wasn't the first time she's looked in the family way lately. Will they have more kids in the future? Simpson commented to EXTRA, "I think that because my daughter just turned six, I was thinking, 'Hmmm, maybe I should do that all over again?' and then I got overwhelmed by that statement, so I'm just going to appreciate my son — he just turned five."
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