Is Jessica Simpson Planning A $2 Million Delivery?

Hasn’t anyone heard of a home birth? It looks like Jessica Simpson wants to give Beyonce a run for her money when it comes to the most expensive hospital birth ever. According to In Touch Weekly, Jess is planning on spending a whopping $2 million on her delivery!

Apparently the Fashion Star judge wants to pamper herself well on her big day and is also so worried that someone might kidnap her bundle of joy that she’s planning on renting out an entire maternity ward and hiring 30 armed guards to protect her new family. A source tells the mag:

“She’s turning the maternity ward into Fort Knox. If her friends and family want to visit her, they’ll have to make it through numerous checkpoints!”

The source adds:

“She’s terrified of kidnapping. Her head of security just held a pre-birth meeting for her family to brief them on the rules!”

Wouldn’t it be easier if she just gave birth at home? There she’ll have all the privacy she needs.

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Comments

    • tony says

      When was the last time a celebrity baby was kidnapped? They make themselves so important for no reason.

  1. Andrea says

    With the extra water- she may have some complications that would eliminate the eligibility for a home birth. I think it is best not to question the desire to give birth in a medical facility- but seriously. No one wants to kidnap that baby.

  2. Kat says

    She acts like shes the first woman to ever have a baby with the constant updates on what her body is doing….whatever.

  3. Bri says

    obviously you’ve never given birth to say you should do it at home!! Who does that?? I dont care if your a celeb or not no one gives birth at home anymore unless their amish!
    Although I dont believe that her “30 person security team” briefed her family on the rules, get real

    • Veronica says

      I had a homebirth. It’s not a big deal when you have somebody who is trained to assist (my midwife was also a nurse) and are within a reasonable distance of a major hospital should the need arise. In my area, one also needs to have a “normal” pregnancy to qualify for a homebirth. If there are any special risks anticipated, then the homebirth won’t be authorized.

  4. Veronica says

    I think her paranoia can be attributed to hormones. Some women worry excessively during their pregnancies, but we don’t hear about it because the majority of them don’t have the kind of disposable income to do what Jessica is doing.

    Honestly, people: you’d think she was taking the food from your mouths to fund her little indulgence. Calm down.

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