Jessica Simpson Carries Daughter Maxwell, Rests Hand on Growing Baby Bump: Picture

Celebrity Moms Apr. 7, 2013 AT 12:00PM
Jessica Simpson walks out with Maxwell to have lunch on April 6th, in Los Angeles, CA. Jessica Simpson walks out with Maxwell to have lunch on April 6th, in Los Angeles, CA. Credit: LOMELI/bauergriffinonline.com

Jessica Simpson has her hands full! The second-time mom-to-be carried her 11-month-old daughter Maxwell while grabbing lunch with fiance Eric Johnson in L.A.'s Calabasas neighborhood on Saturday, April 6. 

As she made her way into the restaurant, Simpson, 32, carried Maxwell on her hip while resting her other hand on her pregnant belly. The Fashion Star mentor proudly flaunted her growing baby bump in a tight, low-cut black top that also showed off her cleavage. Wearing flat sandals, Simpson dressed up the look with a long, animal-print skirt.

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When leaving lunch, Johnson took over holding baby Maxwell, who looked adorable in a little white dress. Simpson told Ellen DeGeneres in March that her second pregnancy has been physically more challenging than her first.

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Jessica Simpson and Erick Johnson take baby Maxwell Drew out for lunch at the Kings Fish House in Calabasas.
Jessica Simpson and Erick Johnson take baby Maxwell Drew out for lunch at the Kings Fish House in Calabasas.
Credit: Splash News

"This pregnancy is the complete opposite. Like with Maxwell, I felt amazing. Like I could do everything, eat everything. Do whatever I wanted," she recalled. "I had a lot of energy. This time around . . . I'm like exhausted. Eating Tums. That's my snack of choice."

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Simpson also said she's trying to eat "super healthy" this time. "I'm not really craving as much and I know how hard it is to get off," she explained, "so I'm trying to make healthier, wiser decisions."

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