Kristin Cavallari Admits to Getting a Breast Lift After Having Three Children
A postpartum Kristin Cavallari is not afraid to show some skin.
On Tuesday, one of her fans inquired, “Are your boobs real?” during a Q&A session on The Hills alum’s Instagram Stories. They look amazing! (Jealous mom of 2 here).
Cavallari, who has three children with ex-husband Jay Cutler (a son named Camden, age 10, a son named Jaxon, age 8, and a daughter named Saylor, age 6), said, “Gonna keep it real with y’all: got a lift after breast feeding all 3 kids.”
The diva, 35, also opened up about her feelings on Botox and fillers, telling another admirer, “It is not for me (or maybe I should say, I have never done it). However, I have seen it look fantastic on others.
Also, “concern is that we don’t know the long term effects of it (and I don’t mean like 5-10 years, I mean like 20 years) and I think your face is a muscle, so we need to work it out the same way we would any other muscle.”
Then she added, “I’m super animated so I need my face to move and honestly, my lines don’t bother me.”
The founder of Uncommon James has stated that she is open to having more children.
“I’m not looking to have more, BUT if I met someone who didn’t have kids then I would have one more,” she wrote over a photo of herself cuddling with one of her children, whose face was obscured with a little girl emoji.
The mother-of-three has been transparent about her struggles with exercise and her weight gain.
The former Very Cavallari star revealed her newfound body positivity in a June interview with Us Weekly.
She told the magazine, “I’ve put on a lot of weight in the last few years, but in a good way,” and that she had no plans to lose weight.
Right now, I am just trying to keep the muscle that I already have. She went on, “I am not trying to lose weight.”
Cavallari admitted that she was “shocked at how thin” she used to be after glancing at some old photos of herself. That I was so skinny was something I did not notice at the time. So I am glad I gained weight,” she exclaimed.
Cavallari revealed she began working out with a personal trainer and without using a scale to monitor her weight loss and muscle gain.
“I’m really petite. I have no hips. I’m just small. And so if I don’t work out for like a week or two, I feel like all my muscle goes away,” she said. “So it is about consistency for me.”