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Jessica Simpson rules out having more children

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Jessica Simpson doesn't want any more children.

The singer-turned-designer has daughter Maxwell, two, and 13-month-old son Ace with husband Eric Johnson and while she loves being a mother she has insisted that two kids are enough for her.

Posting an adorable picture of herself with a friend's baby on Instagram, Jessica wrote: "I love you Jack, but I do not want another!!"

The sweet snap shows the make-up free newlywed tenderly cradling her pal's baby as she smiles for the camera.

Jessica married Eric earlier this month after having two children in quick succession forced them to put their wedding plans on hold.

The 'Dukes of Hazzard' star tied the knot with the former NFL player at California's San Ysidro Ranch on July 5 in front of family and close friends.

Following the celebration, the couple honeymooned at the Four Seasons Punta Mita Resort in Mexico.

However, the 33-year-old beauty admitted she missed their children terribly.

The 'With You' hitmaker shared a photograph of their children on Instagram on her return last week, with the caption: "There is no way these kids could be more adorable. OMG! So happy to be home snuggling!! (sic)"

Meanwhile, Jessica's close pal Donald Faison gushed the couple's wedding was "awesome."

The former 'Scrubs' star, who is married to Jessica's best friend CaCee Cobb, said: "Any time you get to witness somebody's love being celebrated, it's great. We had a wonderful time. We danced the night away!"

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