Kristin Cavallari says yoga 'helps with giving birth'

   Mar 18, 3:04 pm

London, Mar 18 (ANI): Kristin Cavallari went for a yoga session on Saturday for the first time, after hearing the exercise would make it easier for her to give birth to her baby.

The former 'Hills' star announced in January that she was expecting her first child with NFL quarterback fiance Jay Cutler .

The actress's bump could be seen through her loose-fitting, long-sleeved top, which she paired with black yoga leggings

"About to try yoga... I hear it helps with giving birth so sign me up! Whatever I can do to help that process!" the Daily Mail quoted her as tweeting.

She had briefly split up with the 28-year-old Chicago Bears star in July, which had ended their engagement. But they were back together by November. (ANI)

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