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I think it's a good thing to feel like you have to prove something, because you're always going to have to work a little bit harder.
Since appearing on Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, Conrad has been recognized as being among the first individuals to benefit from the popularity of reality television in the early to mid-2000s.
During its production, she was often referred to by the initialism "L.
C.", although she has since expressed her distaste for the nickname.
In 2009, Thomas Rogers from Salon described her as "one of the dullest major characters in reality television history", but opined that her normalcy compared to her co-stars on The Hills made her "vaguely likable".
An editor from People stated that Conrad "became a full-blown TV phenom" during its third season, which notably introduced the conflict with Montag and Pratt, in addition to controversy regarding scripting allegations.
Conrad left The Hills after five seasons, and was replaced by former Laguna Beach co-star Kristin Cavallari in May 2009. Conrad married former musician and law school graduate William Tell in September 2014; they have one child together.
She filmed an alternate ending for the series finale in July 2010, which was broadcast in August 2013. Lauren announced in April 2019 that she was expecting her second child.
In September 2010, Conrad was to star in an MTV series that would have focused on her career endeavors, though the network chose not to pick up the program after Conrad preferred not to film her private life.
Conrad is the founder of the fashion lines LC Lauren Conrad and Paper Crown, and the co-founder of the fair trade online store The Little Market. Her father added that Conrad "wasn't a great student [and] wasn't that interested" during her childhood, although noted that "we figured out along the way that she was an artist and her real love was fashion." Alongside eventual castmates Lo Bosworth, Kristin Cavallari, and Stephen Colletti, Conrad was educated at Laguna Beach High School.
In 2004, they starred in Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, an MTV reality television series which documented their lives during high school.
During production of the first season, Conrad and Port held internships with Teen Vogue under the direction of West Coast Vogue editor Lisa Love; she stated that they had to interview successfully for the positions, "regardless of what the cameras wanted".
During the third season, Conrad ended her friendship with Montag after she suspected that Montag and Pratt were responsible for rumors of a sex tape involving herself and her former boyfriend Jason Wahler; the ensuing feud carried through each subsequent season in which Conrad appeared.