JESSICA Simpson channeled her Dukes of Hazzard days on Tuesday, as she showcased her figure on Instagram.
The 40-year-old singer and actress referred to herself and daughter Birdie as “Cali cowgirls,” in her caption.
The beauty – who has lost 100lbs through a combination of changing her eating habit and exercise – wore blue denim short overalls, with a clinging white tank top.
Her blonde locks caught the sunshine and she appeared to be make-up free as she counted on her natural beauty.
Birdie looked adorable in a red jumpsuit with leather fringed booties and a red bow headband.
The star worked with long-time friend and coach Harley Pasternak to achieve her weight loss.
The Newly Weds star stepped up her fitness routine to benefit her mental health while in lockdown with her husband Eric Johnson and their kids Maxwell, eight, Ace, seven, and Birdie, 15 months.
To start, she got to walking 6000 steps a day with the kids, before increasing it to 14,000 daily while she kept her diet to three meals a day and two snacks from his Harley’s Body Reset Diet.
Jessica then added 45-minute workout sessions three days a week, and unplugged from technology and attempted seven hours of sleep a night to also help reset her mental health.
The singer has been candid about the pressure she felt to have the perfect body throughout her career.
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In her autobiography Open Book, Jessica admitted she started taking diet pills when she was 17 after a record company executive told her to lose 15lbs.
She explained that the encounter led her to take the pills for 20 years.
After auditioning for Tommy Mottola at Columbia Records on her 17th birthday, he told her she would have to lose 15 lbs.
“I immediately went on an extremely strict diet, and started taking diet pills, which I would do for the next 20 years,” she wrote in the book.