Jay Cutler's teammate spills Kristin Cavallari baby sex
Chicago Bears player Earl Bennett will probably need to buy his teammate Jay Cutler a few beers for a gaffe he made on a radio show Wednesday morning. The wide receiver revealed the sex of Cutler's child with Kristin Cavallari! Find out what she's having, whether she wants us to know or not.
Uh oh! It looks like Chicago Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett has some explaining to do to his teammate — and expectant father — Jay Cutler: He revealed that Cutler is having a baby boy with fiancée Kristin Cavallari.
"New toys, a baby on the way — he's having a boy — and, you know, I'm excited for Jay," Bennett said on the sports radio talk show The Boers and Bernstein Show. "It's a great time."
The hosts then realized what Bennett inadvertently revealed. "Jay's having a boy," they said. "I don't think anybody knew that before then."
We don't think Bennett meant any harm to his teammate — he probably didn't know that the couple hadn't revealed the baby's sex. Can't take it back now, though. We suspect that Cavallari and Cutler will take it in stride, though — she's known for her laid-back California attitude.
The news was going to get out eventually since she's nearing the end of her "easy" pregnancy.
"I am actually enjoying it which may sound crazy to some women, but I’ve had a really easy pregnancy," she told Glamoholic. "The first couple of months I was tired, but I didn't have any morning sickness. Which, I'll take being tired any day over throwing up."
She added that they weren't planning for the baby — they left it up to fate.
"I knew there was a possibility, but I was really excited," she said. "Even if you are trying, just to see a positive result is shocking!"
Is a wedding coming right after the baby? Nope!
"We're talking about the possibility of having another kid right away and then getting married so we can have two kids close in age," Cavallari revealed. "We want four kids, so we're thinking maybe have one more, then get married, then have two more, but we’ll see, it all depends on how the first one goes."