Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Went on a Second Honeymoon: Watch Her Touching Tribute

kristin cavallariKristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler attend the Uncommon James VIP Grand Opening at Uncommon James on October 25, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images)

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler’s marriage continues to age like fine wine—and they thankfully have wine and pasta to thank for that. To mark seven years of marriage, the couple and parents of three enjoyed a second honeymoon, as revealed in a teaser for their E! reality show, Very Cavallari.

For their second couplemoon, the spouses returned to Italy, where they honeymooned in 2013. This time, the pair made their way over to Siena, a medieval town in Tuscany, where they sought out a romantic wine cellar for a delicious meal of gnocchi and red wine, plus intimate conversation.

Cavallari expressed her excitement about meeting up with a relative in the next few days in her quest to “research the Cavallari name.” While the former Hills star wanted to learn about her ancestors, she had an emotional reason as to why this was an important part of her trip. “I’m really excited to honor my brother,” she said of her late sibling Michael Cavallari, who passed away of hypothermia in November 2015.

“The older you get, the more you realize who’s supposed to be in your life,” Cavallari reflected to her husband. “It’s nice that I have you as my constant… my common denominator… You’re really grounding for me and a good sounding board, and you keep me level headed. So thank you.”

The couple then toasted to their “second honeymoon,” nearly seven years after they had wed at Houston Station, a hot venue in Tennessee. Following the nuptials, the couple enjoyed a romantic getaway to Positano and Capri.

“Every marriage has their ups and downs,” Cavallari added on her show. However, the two have endured everything from careers, family tragedies, to co-parenting their sons Camden and Jaxon, and daughter Saylor.

“I mean, the only alone time we really ever have is at night,” Cavallari previously told Us Weekly of her schedules. “You know, there’s like that hour and a half window from when the kids go to bed to when we go to bed. And sometimes we just lay in bed and talk. You can’t really talk and connect during the day with the kids because they’re just, you know, they’re so demanding, and I say that in the best way possible. But it’s hard to just have a real conversation, so those nights.”

Watch the touching toast above.