Plenty has changed for Kristin Cavallari since her name first graced the small screen to the tune of Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten.”
In the seven years since The Hills finished its sixth season, the former reality star has gotten married (to football star Jay Cutler), had three children (sons Camden, 5, and Jaxon, 3, and daughter Saylor, 2), and started a lifestyle brand (Uncommon James). And now, this summer, Cavallari, 31, will be inviting fans to go along with her for a wild ride as she works toward the opening of her first brick-and-mortar store in Nashville.
“We just moved to Nashville full-time,” the former Laguna Beach star says in a voiceover on the newly released trailer for Very Cavallari. The short clip shows the petite reality star juggling all the different parts of her life—sipping wine at dinner with Cutler, 34, working with her lifestyle brand staff (“I have the craziest staff,” she quips), and being mom to her three little ones.
“Of course there is going to be drama. Of course there is going to be hookups,” she says over scenes of her at a photoshoot, celebrating with her staff and sharing a smooch with Cutler. “WWKD? What would Kristen do? And not, what would Kristen do when she was 23?”
These days, Cavallari’s focus is less on gossip and more on her family and her career. In November 2016, shortly after Cutler suffered an injury during a game against the New York Giants, Cavallari took to Instagram to praise her man. “I love this guy,” the Balancing in Heels author wrote. “And say what you will, but he’s one of the few quality men left in this world. HE’s also the best father and husband a girl could ask for. I’m proud of him every single day.”
A source told Us Weekly earlier this month that though Cutler and Cavallari’s family life will undoubtedly surface at certain points throughout the series, their home life will not be a focal point of the show.
“They are filming a reality show and started last week,” the source said. “It focuses on her life in Nashville and the store that she’s opening. It’s focused on her and the people working at her store. … Jay will be in it rarely and her kids will not be in it.”
Very Cavallari premieres this summer on E!