Kristin Cavallari’s old episodes of “Laguna Beach” and “The Hills” are giving husband Jay Cutler a look into the former reality star’s early life – something she’s not exactly happy about!
“I’ll leave to go to the gym and I’ll come home and Jay is watching it,” she said of her MTV shows, which have been re-airing recently, when the couple stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Monday.
The Chicago bears quarterback explained to Kit Hoover and guest co-host Michelle Beadle that he didn’t watch the MTV shows the first time around.
“I’m learning a lot right now,” Jay, who welcomed son Camden with his wife last August, said. “She’ll leave and me and Cam will turn it on and check what mom used to do.”
“Do you feel weird watching it?” Michelle asked.
“No… why would you feel weird?” the star athlete said.
Kristin, on the other hand, is not happy about her small screen past resurfacing.
“I don’t want to relive it all!” she said, but added, “He married me, so it’s too late!”
The athlete explained that he gives his wife a pass on her past.
“I don’t think any of us needed a camera following us around when we were 19 or 20,” Jay said.
Kristin, who married Jay in June, has issued a warning to her husband about her MTV history.
“I said to him the other day, ‘If you can’t handle this, you need to turn it off,’” she recounted.
Something they do both agree on is how much they both love parenting son Cameron.
“As he gets older, I’m able to do more,” Jay told Kit and Michelle. “He has more of a personality. I think it’s becoming more fun.”
“The hardest part for me is the lack of sleep,” Kristin explained.
Jay and Kristin won’t be sleeping come July 18, when the couple hosts The Jay Cutler Foundation 80’s Dance Party for Diabetes in Chicago. Proceeds will benefit The Jay Cutler Foundation, which works to improve quality of life for underprivileged children and those suffering from diabetes.
“I am diabetic. I was diagnosed in ‘08 with Type 1 diabetes,” Jay said. “I got it a little later in life, which is a little bit odd. I was more equipped to deal with it than say a five or six year-old would be. So we try and raise some money and help them out as much as we can.”