Jessica Simpson Emphasizes Growing Baby Bump in Skintight Leopard-Print Dress on the Set of Commercial Shoot

Celebrity Moms Feb. 26, 2013 AT 1:40PM
Jessica Simpson on the set of her unknown commercial in Los Angeles,CA. Jessica Simpson on the set of her unknown commercial in Los Angeles,CA. Credit: PacificCoastNews.com

Talk about a force of mother nature! Jessica Simpson and her growing baby bump made an appearance on the L.A. set of a commercial shoot on Monday, Feb. 25 -- dressed to impress in a skintight leopard-print dress, which is her own design on sale now at Dillard's.

The Fashion Star mentor, 32, looked radiant as she strutted around the set in sky-high black pumps, her blonde hair carefully curled and a black cardigan barely covering her pregnancy curves.

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On hand to offer Simpson some moral support was fiance Eric Johnson and their 10-month-old daughter Maxwell, who made a little fashion statement of her own with a tiny pink bow in her hair.

This isn't the first time Simpson has taken a walk on the wild side, however. The second-time mom-to-be also donned a leopard-print dress when she was pregnant with little Maxwell back in December 2011.

Jessica Simpson on December 1, 2011 in New York City.
Jessica Simpson on December 1, 2011 in New York City.
Credit: Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto/FilmMagic

The couple first announced their second pregnancy back in December, which came as a surprise to them too, Simpson revealed in an interview with Jay Leno in January.

"I was extremely shocked," Simpson told The Tonight Show host. "Because I was going through a lot of hormonal changes, trying to get back to the old, vibrant Jessica. You know, it was kind of like a one-night stand. And it happened, all over again!"

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The ecstatic mom told Leno at the time that she and Johnson want to plan a wedding, but "he keeps knocking me up."

"We're doing it very backwards, I know … I'll just keep my legs crossed, I guess, this time!" she said with a laugh.

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