Jessica Simpson gives birth to 10lbs13 girl

Jessica Simpson gives birth to 10lbs13 girl

Jessica Simpson has given birth to her third child with husband Eric Johnson.

The singer/actress-turned-fashion-designer announced the arrival of her new daughter on Instagram, along with a black and white photograph of the newborn holding her six-year-old sister Maxwell's hand.

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We are so happy and proud to announce the birth of our perfect daughter, Birdie Mae Johnson. 3.19.19 10 Pounds 13 Ounces

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Birdie Mae Johnson was born March 19, weighing 10lbs 13.

The couple also have a five-year-old son, Ace.

Simpson announced the pregnancy back in September with a gender reveal party

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