Lala Kent and her fiancé Randall Emmett have reportedly split.
The Vanderpump Rules star sparked split rumors over the weekend when she wiped all traces of Randall from her Instagram. She also seems have moved out of the home she shared with Randall. On her Instagram Story, Lala shared a video of two men walking through a hotel hallway with her luggage and her and Randall’s daughter Ocean in a stroller. She set the video to Beyoncé’s 2016 track “Sorry.”
The lyrics to “Sorry,” read: “Now you want to say you’re sorry / Now you want to call me crying / Now you gotta see me wilding / Now I’m the one that’s lying / And I don’t feel bad about it / It’s exactly what you get.”
This dramatic turn of events went down after photos of Randall entering a hotel with two mystery women in Nashville surfaced on social media.
Page Six later confirmed that Lala and Randall ended their three year engagement.
“Randall always lives a double life,” the outlet’s source claimed. “He lives the life of a husband or boyfriend, and then he lives the life of a serial partier and then goes on a bender.”
A week before splitting with Randall, Lala admitted to Page Six that their relaitnship made “zero” sense.
“I know that my relationship makes absolutely no sense on paper,” Lala said on Oct. 11.
“I am completely aware of that,” she continued, adding that she hopes fans see a different side of their romance during season 9 of Vanderpump Rules.
“I feel like as time goes on, you’ll see him more and maybe you’ll think to yourself, ‘OK, this does make sense.’ At least that’s my hope for viewers,” she added.
Lala also noted that she was happy to finally welcome Randall on to the show after years of keeping their romance off-camera.
“It’s wonderful to have him on this season. Our relationship was so unexpected and we never thought we’d showcase it on TV like this because there was so much judgment surrounding it in the beginning,” she explained “But the whole cast loves him so much now and he adds such a fun element to the show. I’m excited for people to see that. I think people have, for a very long time, seen my relationship from afar and they might not understand it. They finally get to dive into what our relationship is about.”
Lala and Randall got engaged in 2018. They were set to get married in April 2020 however they were forced to postpone their nuputials until 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In March 2021, they welcomed their first child together.
Vanderpump Rules airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.