Kristin Cavallari is formally “dunzo” with ex-husband, Jay Cutler, and shifting on with a brand new man simply six months after her split from the previous NFL quarterback.
The Unusual James CEO was spotted kissing comic Jeff Dye at Fulton Market in Chicago in a video launched by TMZ on Sunday. It’s unclear when the video was taken.
Cavallari, 33, and Dye, 37, haven’t confirmed their relationship, however have hinted on social media that they might have frolicked collectively in California over the weekend.
The pair posted Instagram Tales movies from the same woods-like setting, and Dye confirmed he was in California, joking in one of many clips, “Every time individuals inform me LA sucks, I inform them, ‘Properly, you’re simply doing it unsuitable, silly.”
Cavallari tagged Dry Farm Wines, a wine membership in Napa, in her Tales, and shared a publish which will have been a clue about her new funnyman.
“Laughed for 48 hours straight,” she captioned the pic on Monday. “Coronary heart full.”
The “Very Cavallari” star added in one other publish, “Among the best weekends of my life.”
Dye has hosted a number of reveals for MTV and was a finalist on NBC’s “Final Comedian Standing.” He seems to have by no means been married or have any children of his personal.
Cavallari and Cutler, 37, introduced they had been getting a divorce in April after 10 years collectively.
“We’ve got nothing however love and respect for each other and are deeply grateful for the years shared, recollections made, and the kids we’re so pleased with,” they stated in a joint assertion. “That is simply the scenario of two individuals rising aside.”
The exes share three kids: sons Camden, 8, and Jaxon, 6, and 4-year-old daughter Saylor.
Cavallari revealed in September that the split “didn’t occur in a single day.”
“It wore at me each single day for years,” she confessed. “I really feel like my entire world is opening up now due to it, and I’m simply feeling the most effective I’ve felt in a extremely very long time. I’m actually excited concerning the future throughout.”
Reps for Cavallari declined to remark.