March 7, 2023 | 7:40 a.m.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson enjoyed a weekend getaway – and they’ve got the PDA to prove it.
The “Irresistible” singer “flew (her) lover and her friends” for a trip, showing vacation snaps in an Instagram slideshow on Monday.
Johnson, 68, playfully grabbed his wife’s bum in one of the photos as she rode him.
The couple shared a kiss later in the carousel.
While the retired athlete was dressed casually in the social media upload, wearing flannel, jeans and trainers, Simpson, 42, looked glam in an animal print coat and sunglasses red sun.
The fashion designer showed off her fitted figure in leather leggings paired with high heeled boots and a matching black top.
She and the former NFL player have been married since 2014 and share three children – daughter Maxwell, 10, son Ace, 9 and daughter Birdie, 3.
While celebrating their anniversary in 2021, Johnson gushed about his “allowed” partner.
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“Seven years of marriage and you still make me laugh as much as the first day,” he wrote via Instagram at the time. “I had fun yesterday celebrating us.
“Our kids bring us so much joy and they couldn’t be luckier to have such a powerful, unique and beautiful mom. Love you baby!!!” the former tight end continued.
In her own post, Simpson wrote that she was “born to love” Johnson.
The actress was previously married to Nick Lachey from 2002 to 2006, and their union was documented on “Newlyweds.”
Simpson wrote candidly about their divorce in his February 2020 memoir, “Open Book,” which Lachey, 49, told Andy Cohen he would “never read.”
The ‘Employee of the Month’ star also opened up about his previous struggles with addiction in the tell-all bombshell.
When the singer-songwriter star’s supporters expressed concern about her appearance two years later, she clarified that she had been alcohol-free for five years while applauding the trolls.
“I’m capable of doing just about anything that’s on my mind,” the “angry” and “defensive” star wrote via Instagram in November 2022.
“The most important thing I’ve learned in the past 5 years without alcohol being a lifeline for escape is that I CAN and ALWAYS WILL get away with it,” a- she continued.