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Meanwhile, she deftly used to jump-start her own fashion career. And as was winding down and the drama was ramping up for the likes of Heidi and Spencer Pratt, who had sucked most of the plot oxygen out of the show's final seasons on their own, Conrad buckled down and got to work on her first book, the inspired-by-her-life novel signed off in July 2010, it was clear LC was over it.She launched her Kohl's line, LC Lauren Conrad, in the spring of 2009, and the collaboration—which in addition to trendily breezy, super-affordable clothes includes jewelry, shoes, bags and swimwear—continues to this day (and, not surprisingly, recently expanded to maternity wear). Reality TV had given her all it was going to—and she took it for all it was worth.She originally thought she was being featured in "a documentary about a group of friends," and she never expected the show to blow up like it did.
She wasn't a raging partier, she didn't hate her parents, she had ambitions and interests that extended beyond seeing where the MTV spotlight took her and, most of all, she was ?
And Lauren Conrad, 31, revealed exactly what it takes to keep fit while expecting her first child with husband William Tell in July's issues of Fit Pregnancy & Baby.
The former Hills star shared her revised routine, saying ever since entering into her second trimester, she has felt good about getting active again.'In my second trimester I returned to my exercise routine,' Conrad told the magazine.
Because there were a lot of nights that I was getting 2 a.m. Ooh, and a new (ultimately not-momentous) romance with Brody Jenner producing some fresh butterflies."It wasn't the best timing for me, and I didn't really want it filmed if I was going to go to Paris," she tried to explain away the decision that the world would soon find out she regretted when season two of .
phone calls and I had to go pick him up passed out in the back of a club. Even the guy she met abroad turned out to be a guy that producers had set her up with, determined to give her a Parisian romance.