Jessica Simpson's wedding will 'definitely be extravagant'

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JESSICA Simpson's wedding will "definitely be extravagant".

The reality TV star has been engaged to former NFL player Eric Johnson since 2010 and they are planning to pull out all the stops as they finally plan their big day.

Jessica told NBC's Today show: "It'll definitely be extravagant. I don't do things small."

The star - who has two children with Eric; Maxwell, two, and Ace, 11 months - runs a hugely successful fashion empire, but always makes sure each day includes family time.

She added: "We get up with the kids. We do breakfast. I'm always with my loving fiancé who I adore more than anything, well, of course, my kids. They're all equal."

Jessica added she believes her fashion line has been so successful because her body weight has fluctuated so much over the time she has had her children.

The Weight Watchers spokeswoman added: "I think I can relate to every woman out there. I have been every size there is, so I know how to dress every body type.

"[And] I truly believe it's not just about high fashion.

"We all need pieces in our wardrobe that are fashionable but accessible, wearable and affordable. I think that that's really what has made the brand such a success."

Jessica and Eric are rumoured to be getting married over the July 4th weekend in Santa Barbara, California.

The marriage will be the 'Dukes of Hazzard' star's second, after she was previously wed to Nick Lachey from 2002 to 2006.

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