Confident mom Kristin Cavallari has three words for those criticizing her children's diet: 'I don't care'

Kristin Cavallari slams mommy-shamers who are criticizing her of what she feeds her children and family

                            Confident mom Kristin Cavallari has three words for those criticizing her children's diet: 'I don't care'
Kristin Cavallari (Source:Getty Images)

The former Hills and Laguna Beach star shared that she does not listen to critics who question and criticize her parenting style. The 31-year-old star had a lot to say about how she deals with haters. 

Kristin spoke to PEOPLE about how she deals with the criticism. Recently, Cavallari put out her own cookbook 'True Roots: A Mindful Kitchen with More Than 100 Recipes Free of Gluten, Dairy, and Refined Sugar' which made a lot of people question how she and her husband Jay Cutler manage meals for their three young children -  Saylor James, 2,  Jaxon Wyatt, 4, and Camden Jack, 5 and a half. 

"How I eat, I cook at home, and that’s what they eat. But we go out to breakfast every weekend. They get donuts every weekend. It’s not like they’re on some stupid diet. They’re kids. Getting backlash about anything I’m doing when it comes to parenting, I really don’t give a s— about because I’m so confident at what I’m doing as a mom that I don’t care," she said.

Kristin has always been known for her no-nonsense attitude as seen on the shows Laguna Beach and The Hills. 

Kristin will be making a comeback to reality TV with her new show 'Very Cavallari'. "It’s been almost eight years since I was in front of the camera like this. I was really nervous, especially the first few days of filming. It was a little bit of an adjustment period there," she said. 

Very Cavallari will be extremely different from Kristin's previous shows. It will follow Cavallari as she and her staff open the Nashville, Tennessee, headquarters and flagship store of Uncommon James, her lifestyle and fashion brand. 

"I had the time of my life,” she says about the experience. I have an executive producer this time around, so having that security blanket and working with a team of people who really value my opinion and my creative direction was the best. I just had so much fun," she continued.

Her return to TV comes two years after her brother Michael was found dead. She tells the magazine that she is doing "as well as I can do" and that she has come to accept it and has found a lot of peace since. 

"I did the Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry and I found a lot of peace in that. He told me things that there’s no way you could know unless you could communicate with the spirit world." 

"It really made me question everything in life and really make me look inward. For that, I’m grateful. But I really miss my brother every day. And my mom and my dad, too. It goes without saying," she continued. 

This is the second time Kristin Cavallari has been called out for her children's diet/health. While enjoying a fourth of July holiday, she posted a picture of her sons with the caption, "Even though we’re not in the States, we’re still celebrating. Hope everyone has a fun and safe 4th!"

The picture drew a lot of criticism with people saying that her sons were way too skinny. In response to all the comments, Kristin wrote, "Yep, I starve my children,” she wrote. “Just blocked the most people I’ve ever blocked in my entire life. Happy 4th hahaha."