Kristin Cavallari has landed a reality show all her own!
A source close to the production tells ET that the former star of The Hills and Laguna Beach will be returning to reality TV in a new series that is set to premiere on E! sometime later this year.
The show will focus on Cavallari's life as a mother of three and the wife of NFL pro Jay Cutler, as well as the opening of her new store, Uncommon James, in Nashville, Tennessee.
The source notes that while Cutler is set to appear in the series, the couple's kids, Camden, 5, Jaxon, 3, and Saylor, 2, will not be featured.
During a Facebook Live chat with ET in August, Cavallari admitted that she and Cutler had received "a lot of offers" to do a reality show. "I want my kids to grow up as normal as possible, and I just don't think you can grow up normal with a camera in your face," she said of the possibility of her family being on TV. "I don't even put my kids on social media."
The announcement comes just over a week after Cavallari, 31, told Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt on their podcast, Make Speidi Famous Again, that she would be interested in doing a Hills reunion show with them under certain conditions.
"The Hills was a unique experience, I wouldn’t trade it for the world. But to go back to that now as a mom and a wife, it would have to be different,” she explained. “I would have to be an executive producer. I’d have to have more control, and it would have to be more on my terms. I’d never put my kids on a reality show, but if it could involve my businesses and some fashion kind of stuff, then I’d totally be open to that.”
Surprisingly, Cavallari also said that Cutler was not interested in doing a reality show about their marriage, and claimed that he never saw her on The Hills.
Meanwhile, ET spoke with Cavallari's other Hills co-star, Whitney Port, about whether she'd be into doing a reunion series.
"I'm down to get back together with everybody," the new mom said. "I think a lot of us have babies now, we're in the same position, and it'd be nice to just reconnect."