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Jessica Simpson Reveals The Birth Details Of Baby Ace Knute!

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Woah! Talk about a huge difference!

Jessica Simpson thought she was all prepared to give birth to her son Ace Knute, but boy was she wrong!

According to a new interview, the singer said that she knew a C-section would be necessary because she could tell Ace was WAYYY bigger than Maxwell!

Jess also said that this pregnancy was overall worse because she was trying to sell her $11.5 million home, stressed about her Weight Watchers deal and she was also feeling TERRIBLE in the last few months.

But the baby’s out now and she’s thrilled! A source said:

“This pregnancy has been difficult. But she is so blessed and is in the best place right now. She could not be happier!”

We're just glad that mommy and baby are healthy! And we can't freaking wait to see the first family picture!


[Image via InTouch.]

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3 comments to “Jessica Simpson Reveals The Birth Details Of Baby Ace Knute!”

  1. 1

    Perez should make more of an effort to get the facts right. Jessica was not reported to be in a panic about the birth of her son, if anything that's just a tabloid rumor. Those close to her are giving all good news. Not trying to make it sound as bad as Kim's.

    And Jessica was never trying to sell an $11.5 Million Dollar house, she bought one, moved in and started getting the son's room ready for his arrival. That report alone, makes it hard for me to trust this article.

  2. 2

    Everyone knows you can't trust Intouch Magazine!

  3. 3

    Good thing she spelled it Knute, not Newt.