Kristin Cavallari's Valentine's Day Card Could Have Been For Jeff Dye Or Jay Cutler
Every lovebird's favorite day is just around the corner, and Kristin Cavallari's Valentine's Day card is already stirring up drama. the Uncommon James founder posted her V-Day message on Instagram Stories on Feb. 2 using a template to promote her jewelry line. “Dear J, You can skip the chocolate this year," she wrote. "I want tequila, a beach and [the] Secret Rose candle at Uncommon James. … PS. T minus 12 days. You’ve got this. xoxo, KC."
Is J. her rumored new boyfriend, Jeff Dye? Or her ex, Jay Cutler?
In April 2020, Cutler and Cavallari announced they were divorcing after 10 years of marriage, but they sparked rumors of a reconciliation when they posted matching Instagrams on Jan. 22. "The world is full of users. 10 years. Can’t break that," they wrote alongside a photo of them together.
The post was rumored to be a response to Cutler's rumored fling Madison LeCroy going on Instagram Live the night before to reportedly throw shade at Cavallari and her parenting skills.
As much as some fans wanted it to mean Cavallari and Cutler were getting back together, sources seemed to maintain they most definitely were not. “There are no talks of Jay and Kristin getting back together,” a source reportedly told Us Weekly on Jan. 24. “They are just friends. Kristin is single.”
While she may be single, the Laguna Beach alum does seem to have something going on with Dye. They first sparked relationship rumors in October 2020 when they were reportedly spotted kissing in Chicago. Since then romance rumors have only grown with the duo regularly flirting with each other on social media.
And their most recent social media flirtation might just confirm that the card was, in fact, meant for Dye. What happened, you ask? Well, shortly after Cavallari posted her Uncommon James Valentine's Day card, Dye posted one of his own. “Dear K, You can skip the distance this year. I want drinks, dancing and you from Uncommon James,” Dye wrote on his card, before he signed it, “XOXO, Jeffy."
So, yeah. I think it's safe to say the J. was for Jeff Dye.