Kristin Cavallari and fiance Jay Cutler have again put their wedding plans on hold, and this time it's until after Kristin gives birth.
Cavallari, 25, is expecting the couple's first child and revealed that having a wedding and marriage is not a priority at this time.
"I'm not even looking for a wedding dress right now. 'I'm pregnant! I'm not going to go try on wedding dresses,'" a laughing Cavallari told Celebuzz.
The former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant and her Chicago Bears quarterback fiancé shocked fans when they abruptly called time on what appeared to be a fairytale romance in late 2011.
Although the internet was abuzz with speculation on why the couple split, they have never revealed what went wrong and appear to be focused on moving forward with their rekindled relationship.
"No one really knows what happened between the two of us, and we want to keep it that way. We broke up, and we were still talking during that whole time," Cavallari explained to People magazine.
"We didn't break up because of love lost. We loved each other just as much as we always did when we weren't together," she added.
Shortly after announcing they were back together, the couple announced that they were engaged via Twitter just weeks before confirming Cavallari is expecting.
"It's an amazing time in our life and we can't wait to meet the new addition to our growing family," the pair recently said.
The pregnancy news shocked many fans with some critics questioning whether the former "The Hills" star is ready for motherhood, arguing that being a mother may not match her hard partying lifestyle.
While Cavallari admits her pregnancy was unplanned, she and Cutler are determined to take responsibility which means raising their child together.
Cavallari also took the time to share advice for single women, urging young women to enjoy themselves and not to rush for anything.
"Advice for a single girl is be yourself, and I wouldn't put so much pressure on trying to find somebody. I think when you're trying for something so hard that's when it doesn't happen," Cavallari said.
"It's when you stop looking for somebody that's when you meet someone. Enjoy the time being single because eventually you will meet someone and you know there's no going back," she added.
Cavallari says that she is busy trying to build her own empire which includes a reality show with production company FremantleMedia Limited who is behind "American Idol" and "The X-Factor."
As for ever allowing her child to follow in her footsteps by entering the world of reality TV Cavallari says, "'My baby will never be on TV."