Kristin Cavallari Reunites with The Hills Costar Heidi Montag and Marvels At Her ‘Cute Little Belly’

Pretty in pink!

Kristin Cavallari reunited with her former The Hills costar Heidi Montag on Wednesday, holding to Instagram to commemorate a arise with a lovable caption, “This girl. Love her and that lovable small belly. Thanks for entrance by @heidipratt

Montag is 8 months profound with her initial child with father Spencer Pratt, whom she met while filming a MTV existence show.

It’s been a baby boom for The Hills alums, including Cavallari, 30, who welcomed her third child, daughter Saylor James, in 2015. Lauren Conrad, Whitney Port, Jason Wahler and Audrina Patridge have also welcomed their possess small ones.


My small sugar pester ❤️. She looks lovable and trusting though she’ll punch your face off 😂

A post common by Kristin Cavallari (@kristincavallari) on Jul 25, 2017 during 12:49pm PDT

Cavallari, who shares Saylor with father and NFL star Jay Cutler, as well as sons Jaxon Wyatt, 3, and Camden Jack, 5, recently told PEOPLE that she and her daughter are some-more comparison that people think.

“We call her a sugar pester since she’s only pristine sass,” a existence said. “She’s adorable, though she will literally slice your face off.”

Now that Cavallari’s 21-month-old “is starting to speak a lot,” her sass has gotten her into some difficulty with other kids during a mommy-and-me category they’re holding together.

“She sits adult on a tip of these slides and there’s other babies during a bottom, and she’ll lay there yelling during them to pierce like, ‘Move, move!’ ” she says. “I’ll say, ‘Saylor, we can’t do that!’ But it does make me laugh.”

And he’s off…but this time as a dolphin 🐬 so vehement for my male on this subsequent tour #MiamiDolphins 📸: Cam Cutler

A post common by Kristin Cavallari (@kristincavallari) on Aug 7, 2017 during 8:57am PDT


Cutler recently signed a one-year, $10 million contract with a Miami Dolphins — that means he will be divided from a family’s home in Nashville, Tennessee, for a 2017 NFL season.

“There’s been a lot of adjustments for [the kids] starting a new school, relocating and Daddy being gone,” Cavallari says. “I’m only perplexing unequivocally tough to make all as well-spoken of a transition as possible for them right now.”

Though it’ll be formidable carrying her father divided from home, Cavallari says she’s creation it work by roving to Miami with a kids for each home game.

“Really, it’s not that bad,” she says. “We’re going to see him a lot, and a 5 months will go by quickly. Thanksgiving, Christmas and all that good stuff, we’ll be out there with him.”