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Sunday 1 February 2015

Kristin Cavallari: Son won't do reality TV

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Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari, New York, America - 03 Apr 2013
Kristin Cavallari looking great in in this red Mason dress and Kristin Cavallari for Chinese Laundry shoes
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari will "steer" her son Camden away from doing reality shows.

The pretty blonde found fame on MTV show Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County and went on to star in spin-off series The Hills.

The star is now a designer and has son Camden with her fiancé Jay Cutler.

Despite having reality TV to thank for her career, she would not be happy about her little one following the same route to success.

"I would try to steer him not to do it," she admitted to British magazine OK!

"But it would be hard to justify when I did it myself. But I will do everything in my power to try to stop that from happening."

The 26-year-old was portrayed as a feisty character on both series and was involved in a feud with co-star Lauren Conrad.

Seeing herself in a bad light on TV wasn't always easy for Kristin.

"I did Laguna Beach when I was still in high school and that was really difficult because the first episode I ever saw, I watched myself and just cried and cried and cried at how they portrayed me," she recalled.

"Then I took a few years off. But I knew on The Hills that was what they were going to want me to be. I had to embrace it or not do it. I do think I am a very honest person. I'm not quite as direct or as blunt as they made me seem on The Hills."

The star revealed she and Jay are currently planning a big summer wedding. However she remained tight-lipped about the details.

"I'm keeping it all secret," she smiled.

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