Wendy Williams isn’t on board with Jessica Simpson’s daughter, Maxwell reading her mom’s memoir. The book highlights serious topics including, alcohol abuse. Wendy said it’s a ‘bad idea’ for the youngster to be exposed to her mom’s past at 8-years-old.
Wendy Williams believes Jessica Simpson‘s daughter, Maxwell is “too young” to be reading her mom’s new memoir, Open Book. The talk show host, 55, reacted to the news after the “With You” singer, 39, posted a two-minute Instagram video of herself and Maxwell lounging in bed together on May 2 . At the end of the clip, the 8-year-old admitted that she’s already on chapter two of her mom’s candid book.
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Today my first born, Maxwell turned 8. She has more light in her soul than anyone I’ve ever known and shines far brighter than any star in the galaxies. She is a gift to everyone who knows her and deeply connects to those she has never met and prays for every night. Maxwell inspires me to be unapologetically myself in every way. She has taught me that I don’t have to be perfect by continually reminding me I’m perfect for her. She is full of love, true compassion, mindful determination, intelligence, purposeful leadership, steadfast strength, deep wisdom, true beauty inside and out, hilarious sarcasm, feisty diplomatic reasoning, limitless talent, nonjudgmental awareness, relentless loyalty, and hope that manifests miracles. Maxwell Drew Johnson is my best friend and I pray to God that I can be half the person she is when I grow up. I couldn’t love anyone more than I love this 8yr old. Happy Birthday baby girl. Mommy loves you in every way!!! 💚 PS Max blessed this video with her consent 💚
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