Kristin Cavallari Sports Chic Black Ensemble as She Celebrates Her 35th Birthday

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BFF and Very Cavallari costar Justin Anderson was also there to celebrate the momentous occasion, as he posted a video of the reality star's balloon decorations on his Instagram Story including one of the balloons that fell down, making the display hilariously spell out "Happy Birth ay"

Additionally, Anderson posted a picture of what appears to be Cavallari's birthday cake on his Story, captioning the sweet snap, "happy happy to my best fren."

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Kristin Cavallari Sports Chic Black Ensemble as She Celebrates Her 35th Birthday Kristin Cavallari Credit: Justin Anderson/instagram

Cavallari's birthday celebration comes just one week after she and her family, including sons Camden Jack, 9, and Jaxon Wyatt, 7, plus daughter Saylor James, 6, headed to the mountains for a fun-filled ski day on the slopes.

Cavallari shares all three children with ex-husband Jay Cutler.

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In December, a source told PEOPLE that the Balancing in Heels author and Cutler were focusing on co-parenting their children ahead of the holidays.

"Kristin is looking forward to spending the holidays with the kids. They'll be having a quiet Christmas at home in Tennessee," the insider said.

Added the source: "They've worked really hard to get to a good place and manage the kids and the holidays and are doing their best to keep it positive and friendly. Things have gotten better recently."

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