Kristin Cavallari Denies “Bitchy” Tweet About Ex Nick Lachey’s Name for Son Camden
No name-blame game here!
When Nick and Vanessa Lachey named their son Camden John (born the evening Sept. 12), it gave some Us Weekly readers a bit of deja vu. After all, just give weeks ago, Kristin Cavallari and fiance Jay Cutler named their first child Camden Jack.
"Apparently Camden is a popular name!" Cavallari, 25, tweeted after hearing the news on Thursday.
Now engaged to Chicago Bears quarterback Cutler, 28, Cavallari briefly dated Lachey, 38, following his split from Jessica Simpson (also a new mom!) in 2006.
But former Hills star Cavallari took pains to clarify her Tweet. "By the way that wasn't a bitchy tweet at all," she wrote. "I obviously love the name and I'm glad other people do too."
Born at 6:54 p.m. on Wednesday night, Camden John Lachey weighed in at 8 lbs. 9 oz. and measured 21 inches. "Love has truly been redefined for both of us," spouses of one year Nick, 38, and Vanessa, 31, told Us in a statement.
Camden Jack Cutler arrived Aug. 8, weighing 7 lbs., 9 oz. "Being a mom is the most incredible feeling," Cavallari tweeted days after his birth. "I am so in love with this little boy!"
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kristin Cavallari Denies “Bitchy” Tweet About Ex Nick Lachey's Name for Son Camden
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