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Jessica Simpson denies Weight Watchers pressure
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Jessica Simpson denies Weight Watchers pressure

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New mum Jessica Simpson has denied claims Weight Watchers is pressuring her to get back to her pre-baby weight quickly.

Jessica, 31, signed a $4 million deal with the weight loss company to slim down after giving birth to daughter Maxwell Drew in May.

Jessica has been hitting the gym hard in the past few weeks, leading many to speculate that she was under pressure from Weight Watchers.

But the blonde beauty has rejected the claims, insisting she has been working out because it makes her feel good.

"Just so everyone knows...Weight Watchers hasn't put ANY pressure on me," Jessica tweeted yesterday. "I'm trying to be as healthy as I can be for myself and I feel great!"

Maxwell is Jessica's first child with her fiancé Eric Johnson. The singer and actress says she loves being a mother and is in no rush to lose her baby weight.

"After you have your baby it's like, 'Oh my God, what happened to my body?' This is not me," Jessica told People magazine.

"It would be nice to feel comfortable, but that's not my goal. I just want to fit into jeans."

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