Onward and upward.
“The Hills” alum Kristin Cavallari wants her ex-husband, former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, to get remarried after their “toxic” relationship — which resulted in Cavallari filing for divorce in April 2020.
“I hope that he finds someone, I really do,” Cavallari said on Wednesday’s episode of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast. “I want him happy. My kids benefit from that, you know. So I hope that he gets remarried.”
Cavallari, 35, acknowledged that she was “really unhappy” and in an “unhealthy relationship,” which she did not want her kids thinking “was normal.”
The Uncommon James founder shares three children with Cutler: sons Camden Jack, 9, and Jaxon Wyatt, 7, and a 6-year-old daughter, Saylor James.
Cavallari went on to explain that she does not “regret anything at all” and is “thankful for our time together” because she got three children out of the marriage.
“I’m very careful about what I say,” Cavallari said, adding that Camden even Googles his parents. “It was toxic, period, end of story. That’s all I need to say.”
It’s unclear if their divorce has been finalized. Cavallari told TMZ in June that she would not comment on the status of her divorce when asked about Cutler’s comment that he “threw a party” when he saw their divorce settlement.
Cutler — who spent most of his 12 NFL seasons with the Bears — met Cavallari at a Chicago preseason game in 2010 through mutual friend Giuliana Rancic. The athlete proposed after eight months of dating and they tied the knot in June 2013.
Last month, Cavallari said separating from Cutler was “the best thing I’ve ever done.
In April, Cavallari said during an Instagram Q&A that she is “ready for a relationship,” and even open to marriage again, two years after her split from Cutler.