Kristin Cavallari To Change Her Last Name After Splitting From Jay Cutler!
When the couple got married in 2013, Kristin Cavallari was so loyal to husband Jay Cutler that she officially took his surname.
Well, Kristin kept Jay Culter’s last name for professional purposes only as she was already known by her own name when the couple got married.
Now that they are divorcing, the 33-year-old needs to make sure that she is officially changing her name back to Cavallari from Kristin Elizabeth Cutler.
Many fans weren’t aware that when the Uncommon James owner did a virtual Zoom interview with On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Sept. 30th, she was legally Kristin Cutler.
On Ryan’s screen, her name popped up as “Kristin Cutler,” which host Ryan Seacrest, 45, pointed out.
“Technically I’m still Cutler. [I’m] working on that, but I’m literally going to take a note right now to change it,” replied the former star of Very Cavallari.
Meanwhile, Kristin changed her last name on June 7, 2013, when she and Jay got married in a ceremony outside Nashville, TN, she legally took on Cutler as her last name.
She even posted an Instagram and Twitter photo of their wedding bands and simply wrote, “I’m officially Kristin Elizabeth Cutler!!!!!” in the caption.
After almost seven years of marriage and just over 10 as a couple, the former MTV fame and the 37-year-old retired former Chicago Bears quarterback reportedly called it quits in April 2020.
The couple shares three kids together sons Camden, 7, Jaxon, 6, and daughter Saylor, 4.
In 2017, Jay retired after being cut from the Bears at the age of 34.
He went on to star on Very Cavallari, but on camera, he was often disrespectful and hurtful towards his wife and this is also said to be a reason for divorce according to several reports.
On Apr. 26, with the confirmation, both Kristin and Jay posted on Instagram the images together from their happier times, wrote, “With great sadness, after 10 years together we have come to a loving conclusion to get a divorce. We have nothing but love and respect for one another and are deeply grateful for the years shared, memories made, and the children we are so proud of. This is just the situation of two people growing apart.”