Jessica Simpson says it takes more than love to make a marriage last.
Jessica Simpson says it takes more than love to make a marriage last.

Jessica Simpson's still plays lotto despite huge wealth

JESSICA Simpson plays the lottery.

The 35-year-old star - whose fashion empire generates a reported $1 billion a year - can't resist having a flutter and claims she often sees some of her numbers come up.

She said: "I jumped into the Powerball the other night, I didn't win!

"I'm normally pretty lucky at the lottery, but I don't know, I always ask like do rich people even win the lottery?"

Jessica and her husband Eric Johnson are already parents to daughter Maxwell, three, and son Ace, two, but haven't ruled out expanding their brood further in the future.

Asked if she wants more kids, Jessica told 'Extra': "I mean, maybe in my 40s, but I'm only 35 so I got lots to do in between."

But one thing that isn't in her plans is a sit-com based on her life.

Discussing recent rumours about the project, she said: , "No sitcoms, no, I'm not that funny... I mean, maybe I'm funny, but I think I'm more dramatic.

"The little ones are dramatic too."

It was recently claimed Jessica doesn't want to have more children as she's finally happy with her body after losing over 70lbs since giving birth to Ace.

A source said: "Her body is exactly what she wants - she's more fit and toned than she's ever been. She simply doesn't want to go through the whole ordeal of pregnancy again."


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