Jessica Simpson stuns in leggy mirror selfie wearing husband's shirt: 'Spicy mamma!'

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Jessica Simpson celebrated the launch of her latest shoe collection with a new selfie. (Photo by Jim Spellman/Getty Images)
Jessica Simpson celebrated the launch of her latest shoe collection with a new selfie. (Photo by Jim Spellman/Getty Images)

Jessica Simpson is showing off her toned legs in a "spicy" new mirror selfie.

On Sunday, the 41-year-old took to Instagram to share a snap of herself posing in nothing but the white button-down shirt and sequinned stiletto heels from her namesake fashion brand's "Happily Ever After" bridal shoe collection.

"I have to say I got sentimental with our newest bridal shoe collection launch," Simpson wrote to fans. "I ran upstairs to grab Eric’s wedding shirt for a photo to reveal one of my faves in the capsule, the 'Jaeya.'"

The mother-of-three's fans immediately weighed in, complimenting Simpson on her "muscular" legs.

"It's the legs for me," one Instagram user commented, while another wrote, "Spicy mamma!"

"Legs have mercy," someone else wrote.

"Your legs legit look so muscular. You go, girl," another person commented.

"Ageless queen," another added.

Simpson and Johnson tied the knot back in July 2014 and now share daughters Maxwell Drew, 10, Birdie Mae, 3, and son Ace Knute, 9.

In April 2022 the "Irresistible" singer told People that after eight years of marriage, their relationship continues to improve.

"I feel like every moment with us, we're growing as long as we're communicating, and our love is only deepening," she said. "I feel like Eric and I learn from each other so much."

The star said she felt as though she and Johnson were "stronger than ever" and consistently improving on their intimacy.

"If you're in a relationship and it feels like it can't ever reach a deeper or a more connected level, I don't know," Simpson added. "I just feel like [Eric and I are] somehow always sinking into something deeper and better."

Simpson said that the secret to a happy, ever-deepening marriage is being "honoured" by your partner.

"If you can't be authentically yourself while you're madly in love with somebody, you're not in the right relationship," she explained.

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