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Jessica Simpson wants to get married before birth

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JESSICA Simpson wants to marry Eric Johnson before her second baby is due.

The 'Dukes of Hazzard' actress is expecting the couple's second child just seven months after having daughter Maxwell in May and although she delayed plans to walk down the aisle in December so her nuptials wouldn't clash with her friend Cacee Cobb's wedding day, Jessica is keen to tie the knot before she gives birth.

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A source told RadarOnline.com: "Jessica wanted to get married before Christmas and was thinking of a date in December.

"But then Cacee set a date with [fiance] Donald [Faison] for December, and then she found out she was pregnant.

"Her plans were derailed and the wedding became a secondary detail with everything that was going on in her life. However, she still wants to get married soon and is seriously considering marrying Eric before her baby is due."

The 32-year-old blonde is now considering a wedding date in February or March and she isn't bothered about her baby bump showing in the wedding pictures.

The source added: "Jessica isn't concerned about her baby bump showing in the wedding pictures and feels she has put off her nuptials for far too long.

"Date-wise, she's thinking before next summer, possibly February or March."

However, the 32-year-old blonde is worried about how her parents Tina and Joe Simpson will behave with one another on her big day after they announced they are divorcing.

Since the break-up Joe has been plagued by rumours he is gay.

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