I divorzi sono raramente un affare semplice e quello di Kristin Cavallari e Jay Cutler non ha fatto eccezione. Cavallari e Cutler hanno concluso il loro matrimonio di sette anni nell’aprile 2020, scioccando i loro fan che non lo vedevano arrivare. “Se voi ragazzi non ce la fate, nessuno può!!” uno ha commentato l’annuncio Instagram di Cavallari. Non solo la relazione di 10 anni tra Cavallari e Cutler stava finendo, ma sarebbe finita con una nota negativa.
In her filing, the "Very Cavallari" star claimed Cutler was "guilty of such inappropriate marital conduct as renders further cohabitation unsafe and improper," TMZ reported. The "Laguna Beach" alum and former quarterback went on to fight over their three children and their shared finances, Page Six reported. While Cutler requested joint custody of Camden, Jaxon, and Saylor, Cavallari was seeking primary custody based on her allegations, Us Weekly reported. Cavallari also accused Cutler of freezing her funds, preventing her from purchasing a house amid their separation, according to E! News.
Cavallari and Cutler reached an agreement within a month, but that wasn't the end. It would take another two years for the former couple to settle their divorce, though the proceedings are yet to be finalized, Us Weekly reported on May 31. While the final details are still in the courts, Cavallari and Cutler are starting to see an end to the ordeal. However, their relationship continues to be contentious, as illustrated by Cutler's going out to celebrate the recent milestone. In that regard, Cavallari and Cutler have something in common.
Kristin Cavallari contends she's been partying since April 2020
Jay Cutler contended that he's ecstatic about settling his divorce with Kristin Cavallari on June 1. "When the settlement came through, I threw a party," the former NFL player said on the "Uncut With Jay Cutler" podcast (via Us Weekly). "I don't recommend divorce for anybody. I'm just gonna go ahead and say that, but, um, it worked out." Cavallari was unfazed by Cutler's celebration because she has been one-upping him since April 2020. "I've been partying for 2 years straight," the Uncommon James founder told TMZ on June 6.
In fact, the divorce opened up room in Cavallari's schedule that she now dedicates to many aspects of her life, she told Page Six on June 1. "It's sort of, like, forced this perfect balance on me because I only have my kids half of the time now," she said. During her marriage, Cavallari lacked time for socializing or hanging out with friends. "Before my divorce, the one area of my life that really suffered was my social life and my friendships, because I was so maxed out with family and work," she said.
Despite her divorce, she is ready for love again. "I am finally in a place where I'm ready for a relationship," she said during an Instagram Stories Q&A in early April (via Us Weekly). Similarly, Cavallari is open to having at least one more child. "My life feels very full with my 3 butttt," she quipped.