Since waving goodbye to her status as reality TV's darling, Lauren has gone on to launch a successful career in the fashion industry with both high-end, and more affordable lines of products.Conrad also closed the chapter on serial dating in L."We'll have the best night, but they're never going to use that because it's boring.It would be silly to complain, because then we'd be on a show nobody watched." Currently, 4 million people tune in each week, and for now, Lauren is trying to come to terms with viewers' perceptions of her.She is surprisingly relatable for a girl who grew up in affluent Laguna Beach, California — which is to say she's fun-seeking, mildly insecure, tight with her girls, and at times, boy crazy.Lauren credits her normality to her close-knit relationship with her family.
"Some of us [still talk and text]," Conrad dished, later adding, "A few of the girls I still talk to."As for an entire-cast pow wow, the 30-year-old thinks it's easier said than done.Besides, it might be tough to keep track of those crushes. " Like most young women, Lauren is reluctant to settle down. "I've tried dating guys off the show, but it's hard.In the past four years, Lauren's dated costars Stephen Colletti, Jason Wahler, Brody Jenner, and Doug Reinhardt. "I don't have the best dating track record," admits Lauren, covering her face with her hands and giggling. I'll do it to have a seminormal relationship, but it usually only goes for a date or two." A few highlights — or should we say ?A., tying the knot with musician and law student William Tell in 2014.Conrad told us married life is "great," but not to expect a pregnancy right around the corner.