Jessica Simpson cheekily claims her VERY svelte 2003 physique was 'a body double'... as fans brand the curvy star 'self-deprecating and hilarious'

Jessica Simpson previously confessed: 'I have been every size, trust me'.

And the hilarious star was feeling nostalgic for her former frame on Tuesday evening as she took to Instagram to share a super svelte snap from a red carpet appearance at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards, in which she sported a barely-there mini. 

Sending fans wild, the 'self-deprecating and hilarious' With You hitmaker wrote the caption alongside reading: 'I loved my #2003 body double #MTVAwards', seemingly in reference to her transformed figure in the past 15 years. 

Way back when: Jessica Simpson was feeling nostalgic for her former frame on Tuesday evening as she took to Instagram to share a super svelte snap from a red carpet appearance at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards, in which she sported a barely-there mini

Way back when: Jessica Simpson was feeling nostalgic for her former frame on Tuesday evening as she took to Instagram to share a super svelte snap from a red carpet appearance at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards, in which she sported a barely-there mini

Jessica looked sensational in the snap from days gone by as she posed on the red carpet in a slinky dress with a cut out at the hip. 

Fans soon swarmed the comments section to let the star know they deemed her beautiful both now and then in a flurry of kind and gushing comments. 

Users wrote: 'That caption is self-deprecating and clever and hilarious... You have always been beautiful... I remember back then! You are a million times hotter then anyone out there. Back then or today!... 

'You will always be gorgeous Jessica... You don't need a body double... I saw you on 1990 billboard awards you look better now than then.'

That was then.. Sending fans wild, the 'self-deprecating and hilarious' With You hitmaker wrote the caption alongside reading: 'I loved my #2003 body double #MTVAwards', seemingly in reference to her transformed figure in the past 15 years
Stunner: Jessica previously confessed: 'I have been every size, trust me' (pictured last month in NYC)

That was then.. Sending fans wild, the 'self-deprecating and hilarious' With You hitmaker wrote the caption alongside reading: 'I loved my #2003 body double #MTVAwards', seemingly in reference to her transformed figure in the past 15 years

Do it in a Dolce & Gabbana dress like Jessica

Jessica Simposon looked lovely in yellow-- ensuring all eyes were on her in this high-hemmed mini dress by Dolce & Gabbana.

We can't think of a better frock to flatter Jessica's figure than this subtle fit and flair silhouette. Indeed the style has proven to be universally complimentary to all shapes and sizes, it nips in the waist and showcases your legs with the relaxed A-line skirt. What more could one ask for?

We love this mustard colored stunner for what you don't see... which is a rown of statement buttons that line the back with a Dolce & Gabbana name tag stitched in traditional dressmaker thread.

This versatile summer dress will be the gift that keeps on giving, so click right to nab one for yourself or recreate Jessica's look with one of the high street alternatives in the edit below!

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Stunner: Jessica, pictured in May, has always nailed chic style at whatever size

Stunner: Jessica, pictured in May, has always nailed chic style at whatever size

Jessica's weight has famously fluctuated and she has previously worked as an ambassador for Weight Watchers in 2012 while she shed her baby weight.  

She is mother to daughter Maxwell Drew, six, and son Ace Knute, four, with American football player husband Eric Johnson and has previously waxed lyrical about the changes her body has undergone since her kids arrived.  

 Speaking to Women's Health last year in the midst of a fitness overhaul, she said: 'I’m hard on myself — I believe everything’s a work in progress. But that’s okay. I do love my legs, but my favorite physical attribute is my nose because it’s not perfect..

'But recently, since I’ve worked out so hard, I’m also loving my stomach — knowing I grew babies in it and then having to go through a transformation and just owning it...

Blooming: Jessica's weight has famously fluctuated and she has previously worked as an ambassador for Weight Watchers in 2012 while she shed her baby weight (pictured while pregnant in 2012)

Blooming: Jessica's weight has famously fluctuated and she has previously worked as an ambassador for Weight Watchers in 2012 while she shed her baby weight (pictured while pregnant in 2012)

Slender: On her wildly successful clothing range, she spoke of having every size in the line so no woman feels discluded or left out of the range (pictured in 2006)

Slender: On her wildly successful clothing range, she spoke of having every size in the line so no woman feels discluded or left out of the range (pictured in 2006)

'My boobs just have their own life. They have a way of making themselves present. I thought I was going to get a breast reduction, but after having kids...

'I look at myself and I’m like, you know what, my boobs are actually really big, but I like how they are. They’re an asset, and Eric loves them still.'

On her wildly successful clothing range, she spoke of having every size in the line so no woman feels left out of the range.

She said: 'It's very important for me to let every woman feel included. Like, every person needs to feel included. If I make a shirt, I'm going to make sure every size is available. Because I have been every size, trust me.'  

Way back when: Jessica famously played Daisy Duke in the 2005 reboot of The Dukes of Hazzard - where her physique was perfectly displayed in the famous denim shorts

Way back when: Jessica famously played Daisy Duke in the 2005 reboot of The Dukes of Hazzard - where her physique was perfectly displayed in the famous denim shorts

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Jessica Simpson cheekily claims her 2003 physique was 'a body double'

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