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Wednesday 16 April 2014

Cavallari: Time for beau more meaningful post-baby

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 14: TV personality Kristin Cavallari poses backstage at the Dennis Basso Fall 2012 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Stage at Lincoln Center on February 14, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week)

Kristin Cavallari has spoken about how she and her fiancé Jay Cutler have to make an effort to spend romantic time together now that they have a baby to care for.

The former The Hills star gave birth to baby son Camden in August last year.

She and long-term partner Chicago Bears quarterback Jay have been engaged since April 2011.

Kristin loves hanging out with Jay, but being parenting has become a primary focus in their household.

“Now you have to make time for the relationship,” she told the American edition of OK! magazine.

“Before, it was all about the two of us, so that was easy. But now, the time we spend together is more meaningful because we don’t have as much time together, so when you make time, you want to make the most of it.”

Kristin confirms that she and Jay won’t be spending Valentine’s Day doing anything particularly exciting.

A good night in with their favourite television show will do.

“Well, we’re a little bit late to the party, but we’ve been watching Homeland season two — we’re in the middle of season two. That’s what we’ve been doing together lately is watching that,” she shared.

Should the pair smooch during their romantic low-key evening at home, Kristin requires that her husband not have any facial hair.

“I prefer a clean-shaven face,” she said.

“When you kiss a guy and they have stubble, my chin always ends up really red and kind of raw.”

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