Kristin Cavallari, who first became famous over a decade ago on the hit MTV reality show The Hills, is everywhere nowadays as she promotes her new reality show Very Cavallari. And, Radar Online is reporting that her former Hills rival, Lauren Conrad, is jealous.
“LC’s never understood the appeal as far as Kristin goes, so it burns her to see all this headline-hogging and ‘look at me’ behavior from someone she considers a lot of hot air,” says an insider.
The source goes on to say that the 32-year-old Conrad hasn’t moved past her feud with Cavallari even though it ended over ten years ago, and she thinks it is a classless move on Cavallari’s part to not be more grateful to The Hills since that’s what made her famous in the first place. And, Conrad can’t figure out how Cavallari is coming across as “Little Miss Perfect.”
Paper mag shoot happening….?? pic.twitter.com/gV6uws2Sn6
— Kristin Cavallari (@KristinCav) July 19, 2018
Friends of the two reality stars also say that Conrad is a “jealous has-been,” and Cavallari still “rolls her eyes” when Conrad’s name comes up. They claim that the bad blood between the two is worse than ever, but if you hear Cavallari talk about Conrad, it doesn’t seem that way.
While talking to E! News recently, Cavallari said there was no animosity or bad blood between her and Conrad, and if they do end up doing a Hills reunion, she would love to talk to Conrad. However, they will cross that bridge when it comes.
While Cavallari and her husband, former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, have their own reality series, Conrad has been laying low for the past year after the birth of her first son, Liam.
Conrad made the decision to keep her first year of motherhood a secret, and rarely posts pics or updates on social media.
“Obviously you want to protect your child in every way you can. At the same time, my brand is based on being accessible and sharing the milestones of my life, and I’m so excited about it all. I’ll find a middle ground,” said Conrad before giving birth.
But after Liam arrived, Conrad opted to ignore the middle ground, and instead, she put up walls around her family. However, she still remains extremely busy with her business, The Little Market, a non-profit online boutique she co-founded in 2013 with friend Hannah Skvarla.
Lauren Conrad ahs not publicly commented on Kristen Cavallari’s new show.
New episodes of Very Cavallari air Sunday nights on E!.