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In the midst of their divorce, Jay Cutler claims he and Kristin Cavallari have ‘done a wonderful job of putting the kids first.’

In a rare interview, Jay Cutler discussed co-parenting with his separated wife, Kristin Cavallari. Since filing for divorce a year ago, the former NFL player told E! News that things with their three children — sons Camden Jack, 8, and Jaxon Wyatt, 7, and daughter Saylor James, 5 — had been “okay.”

Cutler, 38, said of co-parenting in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, “I mean, kids are resilient.” “We’ve done a wonderful job of putting them first with school and all the activities.”

After ten years together and seven years of marriage, the Very Cavallari stars startled fans by announcing their separation in April 2020. Cavallari and Cutler, both 34, promised to stay friends despite a feud over their Tennessee houses. Even so, they spend important days together as a family, as Cutler disclosed last month when he disclosed they spent Mother’s Day as a unit.

“For Mother’s Day, we went to breakfast with Kristin,” he told E!, adding that they’ll “think out something great for them” to do for Father’s Day, which is coming up in a few weeks.

Cavallari and Cutler’s divorce has reportedly hit a hitch, according to reports. He wants half of the Laguna Beach alum’s jewelry, clothes, and home line, Uncommon James, according to unnamed sources cited by TMZ. Cavallari’s representative was contacted by Yahoo Entertainment, but no response was received right away.

Cutler didn’t mention the report to E!, but he did talk about his new firm, CUTS, which is a meat subscription service.

“It was incredibly important to me to get out of football and then take some time to find out precisely what I wanted to get involved with and who I wanted to become connected with,” he added. “I’ve been playing football since I was five or six years old, so it’s been my sole concentration for much of my life. Because I didn’t have a Plan B, I wanted to make sure that my next two endeavors were things that I would like doing and could sustain for a long time.”