The E! network announced on Wednesday that Kristin Cavallari’s new reality show will be called “Very Cavallari” and it will premier at an undetermined date in June. The program will air from Nashville, Tennessee, and focus on Cavallari’s life as a mother of three kids and the wife of former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. The show will also follow Cavallari’s business dealings as the founder of a jewelry store called Uncommon James. While Cutler will occasionally appear, their children won’t be exposed to cameras.
“Our audience has followed Kristin from ‘The Hills’ to E’s red carpet and will now get a view into her life as entrepreneur and lifestyle tastemaker,” said Amy Introcaso-Davis, EVP of development and production at E! “We will see Kristin push herself as a boss of a new and expanding brand while combating the pressure to succeed. She will be challenged with juggling her staff of strong-willed employees, making time for her husband, newly retired football player, Jay Cutler, and remaining an active mom to her three kids.”
Cavallari relocated with her mother from Denver to Barrington shortly after her parents divorced circa 1999. The blonde television personality attended Barrington Middle School Station and spent her junior high and freshman years at Barrington High School. Cavallari was supposedly a minor troublemaker as a youngster in Barrington and her mother decided to send her to live with her father in Laguna Beach, California. While residing in the seaside resort city, Cavallari gained notoriety in September 2004 when she was cast on MTV’s popular series “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.”
Approximately two years after Cavallari’s emergence, the Denver Broncos drafted Cutler out of Vanderbilt University with the 11th pick in 2006. Following two seasons in the Mile High City, the Broncos traded Cutler to the Bears in April 2009. While employed by the Monsters of the Midway, Cutler and Cavallari began dating in December 2010 and ultimately exchanged vows in Nashville on June 8, 2013.
“I actually grew up in Barrington and went to high school there for a year before moving to California,” Cavallari told one media outlet. “So moving back was a nice change because I was able to see my family again, and I love the seasons so I was happy to move back with the kids. It’s also a more family-orientated environment.”
The Bears’ C-level executives waived Cutler in March 2017 following eight stormy seasons in the Windy City. Cutler and Cavallari subsequently listed their 11,000-square-foot mansion in Lake Forest for sale at a price of $4.75 million. Cavallari enjoys Cutler’s presence around the house and she’s happy that he retired from competing on the gridiron.
“It’s nice to have him home, I’ll tell you that,” the 31-year-old Cavallari told TMZ about her husband, who established more than 14 Bears franchise records. “With the three little kids, it’s nice to have him there.”