And it was obvious that Nick and Jessica have been stronger collectively, no less than at first. Of course their followers wished to know extra about their intercourse life, to not point out watch it play out in PG-rated kind in music movies, see inside their spacious Calabasas dwelling, and Simpson’s closet particularly, and watch them playfully bicker and make up. Nick additionally all the time gave the impression to be carrying her round—they have been so sizzling!
All of that translated into extra alternatives outdoors the wedding, particularly for Simpson, who launched her edible magnificence line Jessica Simpson Desserts and began formulating what would finally grow to be her booming, billion-dollar fashion and lifestyle brand.
However the entire incompatibility factor quickly bought in the best way. Although the phrase “actuality TV curse” is commonly invoked, in accordance with observers on the time, their marriage would have unraveled anyway—and probably quicker in the event that they hadn’t let the cameras, which gave them a typical objective, into their lives.
“We have been younger and pioneering our manner by way of actuality tv, all the time miced and all the time on. We labored and we have been nice at it however when it got here time to being alone, we weren’t nice at it anymore,” Simpson wrote in her 2020 memoir, Open Book. “We actually bought crushed by the media and by ourselves. I could not misinform our followers and I could not give anyone hope that we have been this excellent golden couple.”