Kristin Cavallari Denies Jay Cutler Proposed Via U.S Postal Service

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler in January of last year.

Kristin Cavallari's hubby-to-be didn't choose the most inspired method of proposing marriage, E! Online reported Tuesday. No horse drawn carriage, flash mob or grand gesture atop the Empire State Building. Apparently, Jay Cutler didn't even hand her a ring -- he mailed it.

According to the website, when Jay and the former "Hills" star decided to get married (again), their November 2011 engagement was much less flowery than when they first tried in April 2011. "It was so silly. I was in the airport, leaving Chicago. We had just spent however many days together and we were texting, and somehow it came up, like, 'Oh, shall we get married?'" Kristin told E! "We're like, 'Yeah, okay,' and then he sent my ring in the mail."

Technically, we believe it's required that expensive jewelry be transported in a Brinks truck, so the whole snail mail thing may have just been a joke, as K-Cav is now claiming. A few hours after the article was published, she tweeted a decidedly different version of their engagement. "Stop bashing jay. He proposed in Cabo. Stop believing headlines...u have no clue. They take 1 piece of an interview to get ppl talking."

+ So, which story do you believe? Did Jay propose via the U.S. Postal Service? Or was it something more romantic, like dropping to one knee on the beach?

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