Jessica Simpson Weight Loss: How Did She Lose 60 Pounds In 6 Months?

on November 19, 2012 12:35 PM EST

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson (Photo: Reuters)

Since having her baby girl Maxwell in May, 32-year-old Jessica Simpson avoided public appearances for the most part as she took on her new full-time job as mom.

Finally, Jessica Simpson and her sister Ashlee attended a promo event for Jessica's new clothing line at the Tampa, Florida, Dillard's department store this Saturday. Weighing as much as 200 pounds when she was with a child, Jessica Simpson's latest appearance at Dillard's shocked and awed fans who saw her new figure following an extreme post-pregnancy weight loss.

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At the Dillard's event, a confident and beaming Jessica Simpson wore a hot pink jacket with a patterned top as she met with her fans and signed autographs. Adored for her pin-up girl body back when she played Daisy Duke in the 2005 "The Dukes of Hazzard" movie, Jessica Simpson worked hard to lose 60 pounds since May, translating to an incredible average loss of 10 pounds per month.

According to Daily Mail, the blonde star initially struggled to lose the weight, a problem that even caused her to almost lose a $4 million contract. Following the pregnancy, Simpson signed on to become a public figure of Weight Watchers and dedicated her diet to Weight Watchers' low calorie guidelines as well as her personal trainer's exercise regiment.

According to Weight Watchers, the key to a healthy life style is healthy habits, smart eating, more exercise, and positive support. While other diets provide a limited list of foods that should or shouldn't be eaten, Weight Watchers claims that no foods are off-limits. Essentially, participants of Weight Watchers create a calorie PointsPlus system that restricts calorie count rather than restrict specific foods.

Check out pictures of Jessica Simpson and her new figure at Tampa's Dillard's department store here.

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