Lauren Conrad is done with reality TV

Nothing is left unwritten. Lauren Conrad may have gotten his start playing in MTV Laguna Beach and The hillsbut it is forever “finished” to be followed by all the cameras.

“I shared a lot,” Conrad, 36, exclusively told We Weekly on Thursday, June 28, while promoting her recipes at the Planet Oat Marketplace pop-up in New York. “I feel like it’s just a privilege to have my private life [now]. I appreciate it.”

The fashion designer was an MTV staple for years after making a name for herself on Laguna Beach. The show premiered in 2004 and also performed Stephane Colletti, Kristin Cavallari, Lo Bosworth and more as they navigated the highs and lows of high school.

Lauren Conrad at The Little Market International Women’s Day in Los Angeles on March 8, 2022. Rob Latour/Shutterstock

After two seasons as the face of the teen reality soap opera, Conrad landed The hills — a spin-off that followed her as she attended fashion school in Los Angeles. After five years, Conrad stepped down in the penultimate season so Cavallari, 35, could take his place.

While some of the California native’s former cast mates still find themselves immersed in the world of reality TV, Conrad said. We that she is “done” with this life. Her and her husband Guillaume Tell briefly considered returning to the spotlight so Conrad could showcase his businesses, but ultimately it “just didn’t seem right” for their family.

“If I’m able to do it any other way, then I’d prefer it,” she admitted.

The Beauty Lauren Conrad The author may not currently be living her life for the cameras, but she still has to consider if — and when — she’ll share her Laguna Beach and Hills archives with her sons Liam James, 4, and Charlie Wolf, 2. year.

“We’ll cross that bridge when we get there,” she said We Thursday. “I do not know [but] I think about that. I’m like, ‘Oh, like when does this happen?’ I feel like [they’re] too young. It’s confusing. We’ll see all the way down the line.

For now, the entrepreneur is mostly focused on finding a balance between being a mother, wife, and business owner, which she feels is finally improving.

“Working moms have a really hard time making time for themselves,” she explained. “I think it looks different from each person. I’m still figuring it out, but I’m definitely in a much better place than a few years ago.

Being a mom on the go is exactly why Conrad decided to partner with Plant Oat Marketplace – they provide delicious plant-based items that make life easier, especially for anyone with dietary restrictions, like Conrad and his offspring.

“Our whole family is dairy-free and we don’t eat a ton of meat, so I’m always looking for alternatives and different recipes,” she explained to We Thursday. “I was really excited to work with Planet Oat on these products because my brother’s fiancee has a nut allergy. So when we’re all together, it’s actually the perfect ingredients to make them safe for everyone. world.

When it comes to his own self-care, Conrad has an easy recipe for unwinding.

“It doesn’t take a lot of time. I just want a glass of wine and no one bothers me,” she said. “I need 30 minutes and leave me alone.”

Report by Christian Garibaldi

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