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Jessica Simpson Gets Advice From Jennifer Hudson on How to Lose Post-Baby Weight

June 27, 2012 06:42:29 GMT

J-Hud advises the fiancee of Eric Johnson to write down what she's eating and to be more active with her baby because 'there's no workout like running around after a 2-year-old.'


Jessica Simpson Gets Advice From Jennifer Hudson on How to Lose Post-Baby Weight
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Jessica Simpson receives some advices from her Weight Watchers predecessor Jennifer Hudson on how to gain back her slim figure after giving birth. "Try not to snack with the baby," the "American Idol" alum tells the 31-year-old new mom via ABC News.

"My baby likes making cakes," the 30-year-old singer continues her explanation, "And when you're making a cake you always lick the stuff off your fingers. Those things, we don't realize what we're taking in."

"It helps if you write it down," she adds. "Write down what you're eating, you'll be far more aware. And be active with the baby. Be active with them and you'll stay in shape. There's no workout like running around after a 2-year-old."

Hudson was tapped to be a spokesmodel for Weight Watchers after delivering her son David in 2009. She dropped from a size 16 to a size 6 in 2010. Talking about her successor Simpson, she gushed, "I think she will do awesome. She's a pro. She knows what she's doing, for sure."

Simpson gave birth to her baby via C-section on Tuesday, May 1 morning, and was signed as a new spokemodel for Weight Watchers a month later. The songstress currently works hard on shedding her post-baby weight and has been caught on camera visiting gym a couple of times in the past few days.

The fiancee of Eric Johnson (II) recently showed off her 8-week-old daughter, Maxwell Drew Johnson, in a new picture posted on her Twitter. With her chubby cheeks and pouty lips, the tot stares at the camera wearing red-and-white striped clothes. "Howdy friends," the new mom tweeted.



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