Kristin Cavallari was in great spirits just one month before she announced she and Jay Cutler intended to file for divorce.
The Inquisitr previously reported Cavallari and Cutler have decided to end their marriage after seven years and three children together. Prior to their shocking announcement, Hollywood Life reported the couple was in a good place within their relationship. Cavallari spoke to the outlet back in March and said Cutler was in the process of planning their 10-year anniversary, which was set for August. That anniversary marked the time the two had been together.
“For some reason we’ve been putting more emphasis on that,” Cavallari said about celebrating her entire run with Cutler. “I don’t know, maybe it’s because it’s a decade. I think, of course, on our wedding anniversary we’ll probably go to dinner or do whatever, but Jay says he has something up his sleeves for the 10-year-anniversary.”
The reality star continued to say whatever he did have planned, she knew it would be romantic. Since they began dating in 2010, she said her husband had been known for his extravagant ways of proving his love to her. In her anecdote about one of his gestures, she shared he had recently taken her to Aspen, Colorado. She said he planned the entire trip for their ski getaway. To make it even better, the former NFL player decided he and his wife needed some alone time. Cavallari said the trip included just the two of them, leaving their children — Camden, 7, Jaxon, 5, and Saylor, 4, in the care of another.
“That was great that I didn’t have to worry about that and that was a really nice weekend. The two of us without kids where we can just reconnect and just be together with the two of us,” she recounted.
Cutler and Cavallari announced in a joint social media statement they were filing for divorce on Sunday, April 26. Although there were rumors of infidelity throughout their relationship, they shared with fans they were beginning to grow apart. They also confirmed there was still “love” and “respect” for each other and the family they had created.
Viewers watched the couple’s home life on Very Cavallari. The show follows the reality star as she balances her career and family in Nashville, Tennessee. Now that she’s no longer with Cutler, Cavallari hasn’t announced what the future of her show will be as a single mother. Prior to the divorce announcement, she did share she would be returning to MTV for The Hills: New Beginnings. She confirmed she filmed several scenes for the show’s second season and said her husband wouldn’t be involved.