Lauren Conrad Is Having A Baby

January 2, 2017 / Posted by:

The former cast member from Laguna Beach/The Hills who got the most press in 2016 was Kristin Cavallari, which made sense, since 2016 seemed to be not-so-secretly out to get us all. Well, 2017 has decided to take a less aggressive approach by throwing Lauren Conrad back into the spotlight. Kitson may be long gone, but the glory days of the early 2000s will live on as long as girls from The Hills keep getting knocked up.

The human equivalent of the basket of bread the waiter brings you at The Cheesecake Factory recently announced on Instagram that she and her husband of two years, William Tell, are going to be parents.

Happy New Year! I have a feeling 2017 is going to be the best year yet…

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The Hills girls are all slowly turning into The Bumps (I deserve all the groans for that one). Lauren is about to become a mommy, Audrina Patridge became a mommy last June, Kristin is a mommy three times. Heidi Montag has one child (Spencer Pratt). Meanwhile, my personal favorite Hills girl, Jen Bunney, has been pretty MIA, which is entirely wrong. If 2017 wants to make it up to me, it will bring back that shady bitch Jen Bunney for some reason (find a way, 2017).

LC doesn’t say when her BB is due or anything else like that. But I’m sure we’ll get an update when she figures out some kind of truly-janky DIY pregnancy craft. “Hey everyone, here’s a fun fringed boho crib mobile made out of fabric scraps! All you need is a pair of pinking shears and about 10-15 cashmere onesies from Petit Tresor.


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