‘Very Cavallari’ to end after Season 3, Kristin Cavallari announces amid divorce from Jay Cutler
"As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with ‘Very Cavallari.’ I’ve absolutely loved my time filming and am so grateful," She said
American reality television personality, fashion designer, and actress Kristin Cavallari on Tuesday, May 19, announced that her E! reality series ‘Very Cavallari’ is ending after three seasons.
"As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with ‘Very Cavallari.’ I’ve absolutely loved my time filming and am so grateful to E! Entertainment for making this journey possible. To the fans: I can’t thank you enough for all your support and for keeping up with me all of these years. I love you guys," she wrote on Instagram.
‘Very Cavallari’ follows the star, her life in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, and all things happening around. Fans of the reality show will no longer get to see the separation of the couple on screen.
Trouble in paradise -- the show often witnessed the couple fighting -- escalated to splitsville and Cavallari and Cutler filed for divorce in April this year. In April, speaking to People magazine, a friend of Cavallari said about Cutler: “Jay would make her cry all the time during production. He talked down to her and belittled her. She couldn't take it anymore.”
There were also rumors of Culter having an affair with Cavallari’s ex-best friend Kelly Henderson, but during an interview with lawyer Laura Wasser on the ‘All’s Fair’ podcast on Tuesday, she cleared the matter out. Henderson said, “No. I’m just gonna go ahead and put this out there, there was never an affair. I have nothing to do with their divorce and I am not dating Jay Cutler.”
“We’re not really in touch anymore. We had a little bit of a falling out last year, so I’ve kind of gotten some space from both of them,” she explained further, adding, “I’ve been in a relationship for quite some time now… He is a very private person and I respect that.”
Prior to their divorce, the couple was quarantined in the Bahamas for three weeks with their friends Justin Anderson and Austin Rhodes.
Cavallari and Cutler began dating in 2010, got engaged in 2011, and wed in 2013. They have three children: seven-year-old Camden, five-year-old Jaxon, and four-year-old Saylor. Earlier this month, it was reported that they both agreed to be “joint primary residential parents”, where each would get to spend 182.5 days with the children each year. Cutler will reportedly have the kids every other Friday after school until the following Friday after school. And the two will reportedly alternate Easter, Thanksgiving, and school breaks and split Christmas as well.