kristin cavallari acting gi Kristin Cavallari focusing on fiance Jay Cutler and son Camden, putting acting on hold

Don’t expect Kristin Cavallari to be leaving the windy city anytime soon. The former star of MTV’s “Laguna Beach” and “The Hills” is forgoing her acting career for now, choosing instead to be with her fiance, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
In a new interview with Coco Eco magazine, Cavallari explains the decision, saying, “I’ve passed on a couple of things that would have kept me here in L.A. because my fiance Jay has to be in Chicago, so if I was here, we would never see each other.” Soon enough her fiance will be her husband, as the couple are reportedly planning a summer wedding.
She’s also focused on her and Cutler’s son, Camden Jack, born in August. “It’s easy to get wrapped up in your career and have that be your only focus,” she says, “and I want my marriage to work and last — and family comes first.” 
Cavallari credits her pregnancy with making her more cautious about how she treats her body, explaining, “I gained 25 pounds which is what I was supposed to gain, and since then I have been choosing more of a plant-based diet. I work out four times a week and just try to live healthy.” Kristin also notes that she sticks to organic products, avoiding anything with chemicals. “If you can’t pronounce the name, you should not be eating it. And it’s the same for beauty products as well.”
As for work, even though she’s not acting, Kristin’s kept plenty busy. Her design projects are something she can do from Chicago and “I have so much fun with it. I love it and it all works out.”
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