Jessica Simpson’s husband Eric tosses daughter Birdie, 1, into the air in massive pool at family’s $11M LA mansion – The Sun

JESSICA Simpson shared a sweet snap of her husband Eric tossing their baby daughter Birdie Mae into the air.

The 39-year-old captured the moment Eric threw their one-year-old above his head during a dip in the pool of their stunning $11million LA mansion.

Jessica captioned the cute Instagram shot: "Birdie and her Daddy in their happy place. The classic Eric toss and catch!!! #BIRDIEMAE."

Jessica, Eric, and their three children, Maxwell, seven, six-year-old Ace and Birdie Mae, enjoyed a low-key Easter at the weekend amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The singer had a little “5:30am bunny prep” for the holiday, and got ready with a face mask, tie-dye pyjamas and her hair pulled back.

She completed her look by striking a bunny pose with her hands up and out.

Their day consisted of plenty of chocolates, Easter egg hunting and conking out on the couch.

Jessica wrote on Instagram: "It was a different kind of Easter at the Johnson house, but we had the best time celebrating as a family.

"The kiddos were very happy the bunny wore his mask and gloves."

Last month, the Dukes Of Hazzard star paid tribute to Birdie for her first birthday.

Sharing a snap of the toddler surrounded by balloons, Jessica wrote: "Happy 1st Birthday my angel Birdie Mae! You have created in me a healing purposeful life to live most fully and love most deeply."

"With you my soul has been set free to the beauty of pure light. You guide me to shine because your heartbeat connected me to mine.


"Sweet baby girl, you have illuminated all of our worlds with your bright mystical star-bursting smile. I am forever yours, you are forever mine. Life get ready because the both of us were born ready. I love you!"

The Simpsons have been isolating for several weeks amid the health pandemic in their stunning six-bedroom Hidden Hills mansion.

The garden features a large built-in barbecue, a slide and swing set, a basketball hoop for retired NFL player NFL and a massive pool.

The family bought the pad from Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne in 2013 – paying $1million less than what the Osbournes bought it for in 2007.

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