On Monday’s episode of “The Speidi Podcast,” Pratt opened up about Cavallari’s divorce with wife Heidi Montag and fellow “Hills” star Audrina Patridge, saying the Uncommon James founder is “better off.”
“I think Kristin is going to be better off and I’m excited for her new chapter, “Hopefully on ‘The Hills,’ you know, dating,” he continued.
Cavallari, 33, and Cutler, 37, announced in April that they want a divorce after seven years of marriage. The Nashville-based pair — who share sons Camden, 7, and Jaxon, 6, and daughter Saylor, 4, — released a joint statement on their Instagram accounts, claiming: “This is just the situation of two people growing apart.”
In the wake of the news, Patridge, 35, who appeared for two seasons on “The Hills” with Cavallari, said she recently had a conversation with the “Very Cavallari” star.
“We talked a little bit, two or three weeks ago when it first all came out, but she needs time to process and heal,” Patridge stated. “It’s literally, almost like mourning a death, going through divorce. There’s highs and lows of fighting, and being so sad, and just thinking, ‘Did I do the right thing?’ It’s like an emotional roller coaster.”
“Divorce is hard, she’ll get through it though,” Patridge said. While Montag, 33, called Cavallari “one of the most resilient” women she knows, Pratt said the mother of there is going to make this time turn into something greater.“I guarantee you she writes a New York Times bestseller, ‘How to Divorce and Win,’” Pratt said. Montag added they are “totally team Kristin.”
Cavallari and Cutler had been quarantined with pals Justin Anderson and Austin Rhodes in the Bahamas three weeks before their divorce. While the ex pair posed together for photographs, in reaction to the pictures in the middle of the coronavirus crisis, the community faced some social media backlash.
Cavallari and Cutler reached joint custody and estate agreement earlier this month.