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Jessica Simpson took to social media over the Easter weekend to share a sweet family photo with her husband, Eric Johnson, and their three children, Maxwell, 8, Ace, 7, and Birdie, 2.
"He has Risen, and so have we!" the 40-year-old star captioned the photo. "Good Lord that was an early morning."
While she looked fresh-faced and happy alongside her loved ones, Simpson's post was met with overwhelming criticism from her followers, claiming that her face looked "scary" and suggested the star underwent plastic surgery and dermal fillers.
"Botched much? Girl, you look way too plastic. I'm so sad that your daughters have to look up to this. You're supposed to be a role model. Practice self-love," one user wrote.
"OMG. What the hell did she do to her face?" asked another.
"What’s wrong with her lips?" someone else added.
"She was so naturally beautiful. She totally messed up her face. Way too overdone. I’m sorry. She doesn’t even look the same," someone commented.
"You don’t look well at all. Not sure what you’ve done to your face but it’s not good," another wrote.
"What happened to your lips?" one person tweeted.
This isn't the first time that the "With You" singer has gotten flack over her lips and Simpson herself has admitted to disliking her own lip fillers. In 2006, she told Glamour that she was glad dermal fillers aren't permanent because she prefers a more natural look.
"I had that Restylane stuff. But it fades — it went away in like four months," she said. "My lips are back to what they were. Thank God! It looked fake to me. I didn't like that."
In the past, Simpson has also spoken out about feeling insecure about her appearance and choosing to undergo plastic surgery for some relief. In an excerpt released from her memoir, "Open Book", she revealed that she received two tummy-tucks in 2015.
“I wanted to get rid of the stretch marks and loose skin left sagging from my back-to-back pregnancies,” she wrote. “I was so ashamed of my body at this point that I wouldn’t let Eric see me without a white T-shirt on.”
Simpson's surgery did not go as smoothly as planned and ended up making the singer and designer very sick.
“I got an infection — colitis — and was vomiting so much I thought I was going to bust my sutures. Doctors talked seriously about me needing a blood transfusion," she recalled.