Jessica Simpson Concern among fans has increased after the recent social media post.
Simpson, 42, teamed up with Pottery Barn for her latest ad, in which she shows off daughter of birdie room.
“Hi, I’m Jessica Simpson, and welcome to my daughter Birdie’s room, designed by Pottery Barn Kids and me,” Simpson said in an Instagram video posted Thursday.
“I was really drawn to the geometric print and the color scheme. It really, to me, is Birdie’s personality.
“Thank you all for checking out Birdie May Johnson’s lovely room.”
While her comments section had people praising her baby bedroom and her interior design skills, some fans were concerned about the “With You” singer’s well being.
Simpson’s reps did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
One user added a sad face and wrote, “Respectfully…she looks weak.”
“Is he okay?” The other asked.
“Looks like something…” wrote one user adding a surprised face.
One person wrote, “I think the comments are pure concern, not hate.”
Other Instagram users came to Simpson’s rescue.
One user wrote, “It’s sad that all these comments are about his appearance. It’s of no use to anyone. I wish people were kinder.”
Another user wrote, ‘Love you Jessica, room is beautiful and I am sending prayers and love your way.’
“Adorable room. Ignore the haters,” wrote one commenter.
“Very cute room! And for the haters, she’s always been a little lady, not when pregnant (as 95% of women) – so cut her slack a little. Let her live!” A user wrote adding a red heart emoji.
In recent years, Simpson has been open about herself with her fans. Weight loss journey.
The singer, after welcoming her third child, their daughter Birdie May in March 2019 dropped 100 pounds during one year. Simpson and her husband Eric Johnson, a former NFL player, also share children of Maxwell Drew, 10, and Ace Knut, 9.
She told People magazine in 2020 that while chasing her kids “all day, every day” helped keep her in shape,
“I also have the most active husband I’ve ever had,” she said. “If you marry an athlete, you have to be on your feet.”