Kristin Cavallari is expecting a baby girl with husband Jay Cutler. The pregnant 28-year-old announced her happy news on Thursday, sharing a sweet photo showing her holding a tiny pair of pink Converse trainers, resting her arms on Jay's shoulders as they look into each other's eyes.
Kristin and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay, 32, are already proud parents to sons Camden, who turns three next month, and 14-month-old Jaxon. In a caption to accompany the photo, the reality star-turned-designer wrote: "The boys are so excited to have a little sister on the way!!"
Kristin Cavallari has confirmed she is expecting a baby girl with husband Jay Cutler
Kristin announced her third pregnancy in May. "We're at it again!" she told fans. "Thrilled to announce baby number 3 is on the way! The Cutler crew just keeps on growin'!"
That same month, she spoke lovingly about the bond between her boys. "Camden is a really good brother," Kristin told US Weekly. "He's very protective and very sweet. But he also gets upset when Jax tries to take his toys and messes with his stuff. He gets a little territorial with some stuff, so it's kind of funny."
Kristin and Jay started dating in late 2010 and got engaged in April 2011. They briefly split up that same year, but reconciled in November and were married in June 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. The couple welcomed Camden Jack in August 2012, and little brother Jaxon Wyatt in May 2014.
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler have been married since June 2013
In August, Kristin hinted that the couple might expand their family further. "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!"
Kristin made headlines last year when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live to defend her and Jay's decision not to vaccinate their children. "Here’s the thing: at the end of the day I'm just a mum," she said.
"I'm trying to make the best decision for my kid. There are very scary statistics out there regarding what is in vaccines and what they cause – asthma, allergies, ear infections, all kind of things."
She added: "And we feel like we're making the best decision for our kids."