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Kristin Cavallari: I’m pregnant again!

Published 11/05/2015

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari has announced she and her husband Jay Cutler are expecting their third child together.

The couple already share two sons together—Camden, two, and Jaxon, 12 months.

And the 28-year-old reality star-turned-fashionista shared the exciting news via her app on Monday.

“We’re at it again! Thrilled to announce baby number 3 is on the way! The Cutler crew keeps on growin’! (sic),” she wrote in a caption attached to an image of herself making a heart shape with her hands over her emerging baby bump.

Kristin wed American NFL star Jay, 32, in Nashville, Tennessee in June 2013. The couple briefly parted ways after announcing their engagement in July 2011 but reconciled before the year’s end and welcomed Camden the following August.

Kristin recently spoke about their desire to have a third child, but she noted they were simple too busy for family expansion planning.

“Right now our hands are full,” Kristin told Us Weekly magazine.

Last August she revealed similar information in an interview with Michigan Avenue magazine.

This seems to suggest Kristin and Jay’s unborn baby was a complete surprise for the couple.

“Before we had children, Jay and I both wanted four, and now we’re thinking three, but we’re just going to have to see how it goes,” she told Michigan Avenue previously. “Right now the last thing on my mind is having another baby, but it is a ton of fun.”

Kristin has gushed over motherhood in the past.

The star believes having babies has transformed her perspective on matters of the heart.

“You just have so much more love in your life,” revealed in Line magazine’s Fall/Winter issue last year. “Motherhood really makes you realise what’s important in life and puts everything into perspective. It’s the hardest but most rewarding job.”

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