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Jessica Simpson shares celebratory family photos with Eric Johnson, kids

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Jessica Simpson is celebrating with her family!

The actress sweetly called in the Christmas season with her husband, Eric Johnson, and their three children in an Instagram post on Monday.

“Faux-definitely feeling festive with my beautiful family this holiday season,” the 42-year-old fashion designer captioned an outdoor photo slideshow.

The ‘Employee of the Month’ star wore multiple outfits in the social media upload, starting with a red sweater and a penguin headband.

Later in the carousel, Simpson wore a furry blue coat, aqua goggles and a beanie.

Maxwell, 10, Ace, 9, and Birdie, 3, were all smiling in the family photos.

“Beautiful family 😍,” Paris Hilton commented, while Rachel Zoe added, “The most beautiful smiley kids 💕 ❤️❤️❤️.”

Simpson and Johnson, 43, enjoyed a snowy Colorado getaway with the little ones earlier this month. They were joined by the parents of the ‘Irresistible’ singer, as well as Ashlee Simpson, Evan Ross and their three children.

“Snow Bunnies,” Jessica captioned her “winter wonderland” photos.

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Simpson clapped back last month after haters raised concerns about her appearance.

The post came a month after the songwriter described how “angry and defensive” she felt after haters shared concerns about her appearance.

“As much as I’ve learned to shut out destructive noise…people’s comments and judgments can still hurt deeply,” Jessica wrote in November.

The “Newlyweds” alum further referenced her five years of sobriety, noting that she is “capable of pretty much anything”.

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The comments “hurt deeply,” Simpson wrote in November.

She concluded, “Don’t give yourself up because someone else did.”

Jessica has spoken candidly about her past struggles with alcohol and pills, and first addressed her addiction in her memoir “Open Book.”

“When I finally said I needed help, it was like being that little girl who found her calling in life again,” she wrote in the 2020 release, which is heading to the silver screen as a “fictionalized coming of age series” for Amazon Freevee.

“I found direction and that was walking straight without fear.”