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Kristin Cavallari welcomes third child

Published 24/11/2015

Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari and her other half Jay Cutler are celebrating the birth of their first daughter.

Reality TV star Kristin Cavallari and her football player husband Jay Cutler have welcomed their third child.

The former The Hills star took to on Monday (23Nov15) to share the happy news, posting a photo of her new daughter's birth announcement and a pink onesie.

"Saylor James Cutler was born today at 132pm!!," she wrote.

Kristin and Jay, who wed in 2013, are already parents to sons Camden Jack, three, and Jaxon Wyatt, one.

Back in 2014, Kristin revealed the couple are open to expanding their family even further, depending on how they fare with raising three kids.

“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 magazine before becoming pregnant with her daughter. “Right now the last thing on my mind is having another baby, but it is a tonne of fun.”

Although she comes from a wealthy background, Kristin experienced a lot of heartbreak growing up.

During her stint on reality TV shows Laguna Beach and subsequently, The Hills, Kristin was often depicted as a villain, but she believes that persona came from a place of vulnerability.

"I moved around so much when I was younger that I sort of had to have this type of exterior, you know, I was afraid of getting hurt," she told "What I do think came through on the show is that I didn't stress about the little stuff. I was kind of a tough girl. And I guess that came through, like, moving around, my parents getting a divorce, different stepfamilies, and stuff like that. I'd been through a little bit more than most people who are just from Laguna Beach."

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