Jessica Simpson shocks fans with topless photo

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Jessica Simpson is letting it all hang out on her Spring Break holidays – but one photo in particular has her fans voicing their concern.

The singer turned fashion mogul, 43, posted a series of photos from her family holiday in Cabo, Mexico today, saying the trip was full of moments her children “will hold close to their precious hearts and cherish for a lifetime!”

One photo in the post showed Simpson facing the camera, apparently topless. But Simpson’s appearance in the photo sparked fierce debate in the comments section, with many followers questioning whether she’s OK.

“I didn’t know who this was,” one person wrote.

“What happened,” another asked.

“Please, please take care of yourself for your family,” said another.

Others spoke up to defend Simpson, with one fan writing: “If you have nothing nice to say move along. She has long suffered from having insecurities in her appearance.”

“With is wrong with you people? She can read the comments. If you have nothing nice to say, keep scrolling!” another fan chided.

Another fan encouraged her to deactivate the comments on her posts: “You deserve to enjoy social media and post your pictures without hearing so much negativity,” they advised.

This isn’t the first time Simpson’s Instagram posts have seen fans voicing their concerns about her wellbeing.

A March 2022 selfie had fans flooding her comments section worried she looked “super thin,” while in November the same year, an Instagram video showing off one of her children’s rooms was met with the same reaction.

Another post showing her with her husband and children for Valentine’s Day 2023 had fans asking if the star was OK.

“Why does she look so different?” one fan asked.

Simpson – who famously lost 45kg post-pregnancy with the help of a nutritionist several years ago – spoke out last year about the attention her weight loss has received.

“The most important thing I have learned through the last 5yrs without alcohol being a guard for escapism, is that I CAN and ALWAYS WILL get through it. I am capable of pretty much anything I care enough about to put my mind to,” wrote Simpson, who had opened up about her previous struggles with alcohol in her memoir Open Book.