Kristin Cavallari on Husband Jay Cutler Unclogging Her Milk Ducts Via ‘Sucking Hard’: ‘You Cannot Judge’

Shrugging it off! Kristin Cavallari revealed the intimate way her husband, Jay Cutler, unclogged her milk ducts last week — and she isn’t bothered by the response she’s received.

“I knew that it was gonna be a little controversial,” the Very Cavallari star, 32, told E! News on Tuesday, April 16. “I didn’t know that it would be as big as it has become.”

She added: “Listen, unless you have breast-fed and you’ve had clogged ducts, you cannot judge! That’s all I’m gonna say.”

The reality star told her friends about her “major clogged” ducts in a Thursday, April 11, preview of her show. “Jay had to get them out for me,” she said over dinner. “Sucking harder than he’s ever sucked.”

One of her pals gagged at the confession, while another asked, “What?”

The Hills alum and her husband, 35, who tied the knot in 2013, share Camden, 6, Jaxon, 4, and Saylor, 3.

When asked if she and Cutler wanted to add more babies to their brood, the Uncommon James designer told Us Weekly exclusively in March, “No. That’s a hard no! We feel like a very complete family, especially because I got my girl and things are just so great. … Why rock the boat?”

Especially since the Laguna Beach alum is loving the independence her three children have been showing: “I’m happy with where my kids are at,” she told Us at the time. “You can just get up and go, you don’t have to lug around the diaper bag anymore, like, Saylor’s out of diapers — all of those things are just really nice. Camden, my oldest, he’ll even go in the kitchen — he’s made himself cereal before. I’m like, ‘This is cool!’”

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