10 Things You Didn’t Know About Lauren Conrad And William Tell’s Relationship
Former Laguna Beach and The Hills star Lauren Conrad has now turned her reality TV fame into a fashion empire. Along the road to building up an impressive career, she’s also had some pretty exciting personal milestones as well! She met and married fellow Orange County native, William Tell, who now works as an entertainment lawyer, and the two had their first child together this year! After living so much of her life in front of the camera, Conrad’s been pretty private with her personal life, but in celebration of the happy couple, we’ve done some digging and found 10 things you probably didn’t know about Lauren Conrad and William Tell’s relationship!
10. How They Met
Their first date sounds like something straight out of a fairy tale love story. They first started dating after being set up by mutual friends on a blind date back in 2012. He was a musician-turned-law student at USC Gould School of Law and Conrad was busy building up her LC Lauren Conrad fashion line. Their relationship moved quickly as they were engaged by October 2013 and married almost exactly a year later. In a blog post on her website, Conrad revealed their first date wasn’t actually the first time they met. She was once a fan in the audience at one of his concerts! “I met my husband when I was 16 and sitting onstage at one of his concerts. 10 years later we were set up on a blind date.” Conrad is referring to when Tell was a guitarist and singer for the band Something Corporate.
9. Opened her up to Marriage
Fans of The Hills watched as Conrad not only worked hard to break into the fashion industry, but also as she tried to find a stable man in her life. Before she settled down with William Tell, Conrad had a few serious relationships (some of which were even seen on TV). She dated bad boy Jason Wahler, baseball pro Doug Reinhardt and actor Kyle Howard, but Conrad revealed Tell was the only one she actually considered marrying. Prior to meeting him, she told Redbook she was “never a person who was obsessed with the idea of marriage.”