Maxwell Drew Johnson has got it made. Late last week, Jessica Simpson tweeted a photo of her 2-month-old bundle of joy propped up on a daybed, surrounded by pillows worthy of a harem and flowers that could be wedding centerpieces. Along with the photo, Simpson offered a caption: "Life."
And what a life it is. So far, Maxwell's got:
A wardrobe of designer clothes. "I mean, my baby has garment bags of designer clothes," Simpson said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in March. "It's pretty amazing."
A reputation to live up to. "I swear, I will croak if she asks me for a pair of Nikes instead of Christian Louboutins," Simpson told Elle in March. "Eric [Johnson, her fiancé and Maxwell's father] is so athletic. We're going to have this athletic girl and I won't even be able to take her shopping."
A mom with a multi-million dollar contract. Simpson is getting paid a reported $3 million to be Weight Watchers' celebrity spokesperson, a gig that's seen her going to and from the gym dozens of times since she gave birth May 1. Jennifer Hudson, Simpson's predecessor, offered her a bit of advice last month: " Try not to snack with the baby," she told ABCNews.com.
A 5-star birthing experience to look back on. Maxwell was reportedly born in a nearly $4,000-a-day birthing suite at Los Angeles' Cedars Sinai Medical Center that featured manicure/pedicure stations and meals served on linen tablecloths. (Simpson's rep confirmed the star gave birth at Cedars Sinai, but would not comment on the details of the birthing suite.)
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