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Jessica Simpson recently tied the knot with NFL player Eric Johnson. Find out the details about their surprise wedding. Plus, are you doing the right exercises for your age? Find out what experts think, from Good Morning America
GMA: Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson Wedding
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson wed in a surprise ceremony Saturday July 5 2014 at the San Ysidro Ranch in California. The couple told People Magazine, “We are overwhelmed with complete happiness and love having made our eternal commitment.”
Jessica Simpson walked down the aisle wearing a custom made Carolina Herrera gown. Visual projects director for People magazine Blaine Zuckerman said that Carolina Herrera’s goal was to make Jessica Simpson look regal, so she chose to do the dress in a champagne color with gold embroidery.
Guests for the wedding included Ashlee Simpson and her fiancé Evan Ross, Jessica Alba and her husband Cash Warren, and Jessica Simpson’s long time friend Cacee Cobb with her husband, actor Donald Faison.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson have two children together. Their son, Ace, was the ring-bearer and daughter Max was the flower girl. Ashlee Simpson’s son, Bronx, also accompanied them down the aisle.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson have been engaged for four years, but they apparently kept putting off wedding plans because of their growing family. Jessica Simpson was also secretive about the exact wedding date in an interview in February 2014.
Good Morning America: The Right Exercise for Your Age
Are you doing the appropriate exercise for your age? Experts now say that there are diet and exercise tips for every stage of life. Dr. Jennifer Ashton said that what works when you’re in your twenties isn’t what’s going to work in your forties, and vice versa.
Women’s Health editor Jen Ator said that you should set the pace while you’re in your twenties by building bone health and muscle mass. At this age, you should be taking part in high intensity, high impact exercises and strength training.
Jen Ator suggests cutting back on caffeine and salt when you’re in your thirties, because both can accelerate bone loss. Exercises that help speed up your metabolism are good at this age, and Jen Ator suggests the burpee shuffle.
When you’re in your forties, Jen Ator said you should eat more protein and watch your portion control. For your fifties, she recommends incorporating yoga or pilates into your routine to help sustainability and balance.
Jen Ator said the biggest tip she has is to start moving, and to know that you can be fit and fabulous at any age.