Jessica Simpson's Daughter Maxwell, 11, Reminds Her to Embrace Her 'Inner Glow': 'Beautiful Concept'

"If that's what you're learning on TikTok, keep going — but just know, those are all filters," the singer said

<p>Jessica Simpson/Instagram</p> Jessica Simpson and daughter Maxwell.

Jessica Simpson/Instagram

Jessica Simpson and daughter Maxwell.

Jessica Simpson is learning a thing or two from her 11-year-old daughter.

In an interview with Footwear News Magazine, the pop icon, 43, was asked about what cues she takes from her family, revealing that her daughter Maxwell has been teaching her about self-love.

"She is very much into the glow-up stuff, how to better yourself," Simpson said. "I had to have her explain it to me the other day, because I thought it was literally putting highlighter on her cheeks."

"She said, 'Mom, no, it's your inner glow and how to glow up everything in your life.' Wow, that's a beautiful concept. If that's what you're learning on TikTok, keep going — but just know, those are all filters."

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Simpson shares her three kids — Maxwell, Ace, 10, and Birdie, 4 — with husband Eric Johnson.

While catching up with PEOPLE about the latest fall drop in her Jessica Simpson Collection in October, the singer shared a few of her family's Christmas traditions during the holiday season.

"Our family traditions are really all about one thing — being together," she said. "We are all homebodies it turns out."

"My family is all about the seasons — Maxwell is already in Christmas mode! She has been playing Christmas music on the way to school, already got a little Christmas tree for her room and is spraying pine scent all over our house."

"I was telling her she skipped over a few big ones, but I can't fault her too much, I love Christmas time and being festive, so I guess the apple (or ornament in this case) didn't fall too far from the tree," Simpson said.

The proud mom opened up to Access in August about her relationship with Johnson and their kids, explaining that it's "good to keep the romance there, even with three kids on top of our head."

"It's hard, but he'll leave me little notes, because he'll wake up earlier than me. He'll leave me little letters," Simpson shared.

"There's a lot of things that make me like, 'I can't wait to get my hands on him later.' I think you have to have those little things as a couple that are just between you two," she added.

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