Kristin Cavallari Reveals She Is Removing ‘Cutler’ From Her Legal Name

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Five months after announcing her separation from husband Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari has revealed that she is in the process of changing her legal name.

The 33-year-old fashion designer and reality TV star appeared in an interview with Zoom for On Air With Ryan Seacrest, when Seacrest noticed something.

He realized that his guest’s display name still read “Kristin Cutler,” telling the blonde beauty that she needed to change it, but she said it was technically still her name, even if she worked there.

Name change: Five months after announcing her split from husband Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari revealed that she was in the process of changing her legal name

“Oh my God, I didn’t even notice that,” Cavallari said laughing, as Seacrest mentioned, “it’s Kristin Cutler on my screen.

“Technically, I’m still Cutler. Work on that, ‘Cavalarri said, while grabbing a pen and paper, adding that she’ is literally going to take a note right away to change it. ‘ ‘

Seacrest added that he wasn’t sure if she knew, “that every time you speak it comes back,” which seemed to shock Cavallari.

I didn't notice: 'Oh my God I didn't even notice that,' Cavallari said with a laugh, as Seacrest mentioned, 'it's Kristin Cutler on my screen'

Didn’t notice, “Oh my God I didn’t even notice that,” Cavallari said with a laugh, as Seacrest mentioned, “it’s Kristin Cutler on my screen”

“You are the first person to have said that!” Thanks for pointing that out! I appreciate it, ”Cavalarri said.

The fashion designer was also asked about the difference between “breaking up,” as Cavalarri said happened with her and Cutler, and “growing up together.”

‘Clearly I don’t have [know]Cavalarri joked. “I heard once that you never really grow up together,” she added.

Difference: The fashion designer was also asked about the difference between 'breaking up', as Cavalarri said, had happened with her and Cutler, and 'growing up together'

Difference: The fashion designer was also asked about the difference between ‘breaking up’, as Cavalarri put it, had happened with her and Cutler, and ‘growing up together’

“It’s more like one person grows up a little bit, then the other person catches up, then that person might grow up, then that person catches up, you’re never like together,” she added.

“But I guess it comes down to so that the other person can catch up in time?” I do not know. I would have liked to have had this answer. I probably wouldn’t get a divorce if I did, ”she added.

While she was reluctant to give advice, one thing she learned was to learn the “love language” from your partner.

Grows up: `` It's more like one person grows up a bit, then the other person catches up, then that person could grow up and then that person catches up, you're never like together, '' he said. she adds.

Grows up: “It’s more like one person grows up a little bit, then the other person catches up, then that person might grow up, then that person catches up, you’re never like together,” she added .

“It’s not that I’m the type to give advice right now, but one thing that I found really useful is the five languages ​​of love,” she explained.

“The key is obviously that we all feel love in a certain way, but you have to be able to speak the other person’s language, otherwise it won’t resonate and I think that’s crucial,” a- she added.

Cavalarri and Cutler married in June 2013 in Nashville, and they share three children, Camden, Jaxon and Saylor.

No Advice: 'It's not that I'm the type to give advice right now, but one thing I thought was really helpful was the five languages ​​of love,' she shared.

No advice: “I’m not the type to give advice at the moment, but one thing that I found really useful was the five languages ​​of love,” she said.

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