Kristin Cavallari quits her reality show as divorce process continues

The TV personality and entrepreneur says giving up ‘Very Cavallari’ is part of ‘this new chapter’ without husband Jay Cutler.

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Kristin Cavallari, founder of Uncommon James, and her husband Jay Cutler, talk during the opening of her store’s West Loop location in October 2019.

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As she sheds her occasionally bearded husband, Kristin Cavallari also is saying goodbye to another of her projects: the reality show.

The TV personality and entrepreneur wrote Tuesday on Instagram that she has “decided not to continue with ‘Very Cavallari.’ ”

For three seasons on E!, Cavallari treated viewers to purportedly real glimpses of her life running her Uncommon James retail empire and bantering with her hubby, former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.

“Jay and I are doing really well,” she told viewers on the third season premiere in January. “I think marriage has ups and downs, but we are on a high right now, and I love him again!”

Less than four months later, she announced their divorce, and court filings revealed she is accusing Cutler of “inappropriate marital conduct.”

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