Jessica Simpson will grow old with Eric
Jessica Simpson thinks she and Eric Johnson will be together for life as they have seen the ''best and worst'' of one another.
Jessica Simpson has no doubt she and Eric Johnson will grow old together.
The 33-year-old star, who married the former NFL star - with who she has children Maxwell, two, and Ace, 12 months - in Montecito, California last weekend, says their relationship has only just begun and isn't worried about it changing now they're married, even though they both got divorced before.
She said: ''I think we will absolutely spend the rest of our lives together.
''It's an overwhelming feeling to finally be his wife.
''We've already had our two babies, and he's seen me at my best and worst for sure. And he's loved me no matter what.
''We're really built such a beautiful life, and it just keeps getting better. I've waited a long time to find someone as wonderful as he is, and I look forward to raising our children together and growing together. With Eric, it's only just begun.''
Eric, 34, added: ''The wedding wraps up the last four years, and it's a nice feeling of completion to know our relationship is coming together.''
The blonde beauty's father, Joe Simpson, officiated their nondenominational ceremony before their lavish reception, which was inspired by 'Great Expectations'.
Jessica said: ''I wanted to re-create the movie as much as I possibly could. I didn't want it to look like your traditional wedding.
''When I walked in and saw the décor, it just completely took my breath away. What we created was a dream.''
However, Jessica admitted they didn't keep the celebrations traditional.
She added to People magazine: ''We didn't want to do a first dance, and we didn't cut the cake. We've both been married before, and it's kind of like, 'Eh, we don't really need to do that again!' ''
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