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Wednesday 28 January 2015

Cavallari 'deciding' between baby and marriage

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari isn't sure whether she wants to get married or have another baby first.

The former The Hills star gave birth to baby son Camden in August last year and is engaged to long-term partner Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.

But the 26-year-old isn't sure whether to tie the knot with Jay or try for a second child, telling America's OK! magazine she is "still deciding, trying to figure that out."

Speaking at the launch of her shoe line for label Chinese Laundry, the star gushed about her baby son.

"He's just the sweetest little boy," she said.

"He's so much fun, and we're very lucky to have him be such a good baby, which makes me want another one. I don't know.

"Being a mum is really the best thing in the entire world. We want to have a bunch of kids."

The star also paid tribute to her fiancé's abilities as a father.

"He's the best dad. I honestly could not ask for a better guy," she smiled.

"He's so hands-on, and he has been since day one.

"They just had their first boys' weekend last weekend, which was hilarious. They were pretty much confined to the house for the most part, but they just had a lot of fun. It was a good bonding experience for the two of them."


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