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2 so soon, but they were just going with the flow."Apparently it was a part of God's plan for my life," Simpson added. "Ace Knute Johnson was born on June 30, 2013, a darling, similarly towheaded addition to the family."I was extremely shocked...because I was going through a lot of hormonal changes, trying to get back to the old, vibrant Jessica. The following year, Simpson and Johnson finally found a good patch of non-knocked-up time to get married.For all the ways in which Simpson apparently has met her match as far as love and sex and family values go, so has she found Mr. Presumably he keeps up his end of the conversation at home, but Johnson hasn't spilled one iota of information about their personal life in public, while still remaining an amiable and photogenic presence at events and on Instagram with his wife and kids.But we know a few things: Johnson is the Boston-bred son of an attorney mother and a father who renovated houses. He has a certain set of principals, having eschewed the "high and mighty" attitude at nearby Harvard for Yale).
An important distinction: , he was enrolled in a business program at Penn's Wharton School when they met, but he left to be by Simpson's side.11 at a.m., with Led Zeppelin's "Since I've Been Loving You" playing in the background and rose petals scattered on the ground.In October 2011, Simpson confirmed in most memorable fashion—while dressed up like a mummy—that she was, in fact, a mummy-to-be.She was dating John Mayer, a coupling that didn't exactly inspire visions of wedding bells (nice as he was to later call her as addictive as "crack cocaine"). But she wasn't in the throes of a post-split crisis.Rather, was loving every bit of her newfound early 2007, pretty much flooring the interviewer who had predicted that Simpson would be in a much more fragile state of mind. And I will look you in the eye and tell you that I have no regrets about that. Asked about the onslaught of more salacious headlines since she and Lachey split up, Simpson mused, "It's that whole, 'They build you up to tear you down' thing.Yet while she was smiling, what she wasn't doing was spilling the beans on dating, having just closed the book on the most public chapter of her life, never to be repeated to date. But in a lot of ways I think I brought that on myself because I did a reality show. So I think they brought me down just because I stopped talking and because I have not spoken—and will not speak—about my divorce. They just need to experience it." that John was "just over it." They couldn't stay away, however ("sexual napalm" in the morning and all), and spent time together in New York and Cabo San Lucas before their hookup-for-the-ages ended for good in June.(Although she would continue to say hilarious, theoretically TMI things for years to come.)"I'm happy I did the show. I let people in on who I am and how I react to my husband. And I think that people feel like I owe them my reality right now. Yes, it gave me an amazing career, but there are just some things I want to keep private now, and I'm begging and pleading for privacy."I'm still a very open person, but now I know what to guard."She wanted to talk more about her love life, as any excited gal with a new beau tends to enjoy doing. In 2010, after Mayer gave his instantly infamous interview to that he had called up and apologized afterward for being so ungentlemanly."He did apologize, but I mean, at this point it doesn't really matter," she said."It's nice to have someone to come home to and try and make you feel better.""That's how the story goes," Simpson offered. Dating the Cowboys quarterback comes with hype, the fans, the bloggers, but I've never dated a guy that was more simple.I'm always there for him after a game, and he knows he has me to come home to."Instead, two months after that interview was published, she had the rug ripped out from under her."I want to tell you everything, but I have to sew my lips together," Simpson said. "I mean, I only thought he was stupid for breaking up with me." (That was actually just days after she told David Letterman that she hadn't yet spoken to Mayer since the interview, so perhaps he got the message.)In November 2007, Simpson met a more solid-seeming type in Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, whom she'd settle in with for almost two years...until he dumped her the night before her 29th birthday in July 2009.(whom she had canceled on in 2006 when she decided she just wasn't ready to talk about her divorce yet), in a story first published online that May, that she and Romo were "very similar in that we both appreciate the hometown feel to a lot of things, and live our life like that." "She comes to a ton of games," Romo added."She's a supportive girlfriend."Too supportive, according to the superstitious Cowboys fans who blamed Simpson's presence on the sidelines for a decline in his play, as well as their winter vacation in Mexico for the Cowboys' loss to the eventual Super Bowl champion Giants in their NFC division playoff game in January 2008."You know, it's very hard when you lose, because games are important, and so many people put so much time and effort in," Romo told . If we did, we wouldn't be together, because it happened at the very beginning.