Jay Cutler is the MVP of Kristin Cavallari’s E! present, “Very Cavallari.”
“I feel we each actually like listening to that Jay is the breakout star!” Cavallari lately informed Web page Six. “I feel for each of us it’s been very nice to have folks lastly get to see his actual persona and get to see how humorous is as a result of I imply that’s why I like him. As a result of he’s so humorous.”
“Jay would by no means be like, ‘Oh, I’m so completely happy that persons are taking such a liking to me,’” she added, giving us her finest sarcastic Cutler impersonation. “However I do know that deep down it’s received to really feel good.”
Whereas actuality star Cavallari has at all times been within the highlight along with her persona shining by on exhibits like “Laguna Seaside” and “The Hills,” Cutler is healthier recognized for his on-field efficiency. His private life began to make for good TV when his retirement plans turned a storyline throughout Season 1 of “Very Cavallari.”
Now, the couple’s transfer to their farm is a storyline on the present’s second season.
“I — no — if you happen to would have requested me in highschool or in my early twenties, you already know, ‘Are you able to see your self dwelling on a farm in your thirties?’ I’d say completely not,” Cavallari informed us. “However I’ve to say it feels very very nice. I imply it appears like dwelling and it simply feels proper. And I actually love having the steadiness of each farm life and with the ability to go to L.A., New York and form of have that craziness a bit bit. So the farm actually does floor me. My favourite animals truthfully are my chickens as a result of I like their eggs. We eat eggs on a regular basis and I truthfully assume that they style loads higher. They style completely different they usually’re simply they’re simply cool. They identical to cruise across the yard. They’re at all times simply hanging out. “
Cutler, 35, and Cavallari, 32, tied the knot in 2013 and share three youngsters: Camden, 6, Jaxon, 4, and Saylor, 3. Their youngsters haven’t made their TV debuts but, as Cavallari likes to defend them away from the highlight.
“Very Cavallari” airs on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on E!