Jessica Simpson has caused concern among fans after a recent post on social media.
Simpson, 42, has teamed up with Pottery Barn for her latest ad, which she was spotted showing Birdie’s daughter’s room.
“Hello, I’m Jessica Simpson, and welcome to my daughter Birdie’s room designed by Pottery Barn Kids and me a little bit,” Simpson said in an Instagram video posted Thursday.
“I was fascinated by the geometric and colorful prints. This is really Birdie’s personality.
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“Thank you everyone for checking out Birdie Mae Johnson’s lovely room.”
Although many commentators praised her child’s bedroom and her interior design skills, some fans were concerned about the well-being of the “With You” singer.
Simpson representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.
“Respectfully, she looks weak,” one user wrote, adding with a sad face.
“Is she okay?” Another asked.
“It seems …” one user wrote with a startled look on his face.
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One person wrote, “I think expression is a concern, not hate.”
Other Instagram users came to defend Simpson.
One user wrote, “It’s unfortunate that all of these comments relate to her appearance. It’s not “No one’s business. I want people to be kind.”
“Love you Jessica, the room is clean and I am sending prayers and loving your way,” wrote another.
“Lovely room. Ignore the haters,” wrote one commenter.
“Lovely room! And for the haters, she’s always a little girl, not during pregnancy (like 95% of women), so cut her down a bit. Let her live!” Users wrote with the addition of red heart emoticons.
In recent years, Simpson has been open with her fans about her weight loss process.
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After welcoming her third child, her daughter Birdie Mae, in March 2019, the singer dropped 100 pounds in one year. Simpson and her husband Eric Johnson, a former NFL player, also shared 10-year-old Maxwell Drew and 9-year-old Ace Knute.
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She told People magazine in 2020 that chasing her children “all day every day” helped keep her in shape.
“I also have a very active husband,” she said. “If you marry an athlete, you have to stand on your own two feet.”