Lala Kent, Randall Emmett disagreed on wedding plans before the split

Vanderpump Rules' Lala Kent did not need marriage, but Randall Emmett pushed for 'big wedding' before the split

Lala Kent and Randall Emmett. John Salangsang / Shutterstock; Amanda Schwab / Starpix / Shutterstock

A look back. Lala Kent and Randall Emmett was on his knees in the wedding planning during Tuesday, November 9, section of Water pump rules, but the former Bravo couple wanted a very different wedding before their split.

Lala, 31, discussed the marriage with Add Water Pump and Ken Todd During the Season 9 episode, she noticed that she had a different vision than her then-fiancé, 50.

“Randall wants a production. I’m the one who says, ‘let’s just do it in a backyard,’ she told the British couple, who have been married since 1982.

In a confessional, Lala revealed that she did not necessarily need to be linked to the filmmaker, with whom she shares daughter Ocean at 8 months.

“I also told him we do not have to get married,” she told the cameras. “Let’s just stay together because we want to be. [I’ve said], ‘If things go south, you can f – king dip over me, and you do not have to worry about anything legal.’ And he says “No.”

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Lala Kent and Randall Emmett. Rob Latour / Shutterstock

Earlier this month Us Weekly confirmed that the duo had resigned, with an insider solely revealing, “Randall did not want to divorce, but it was Lala’s decision.”

According to the source, “the trust is gone. He has tried to win her back.”

Fans began to speculate that the pair were done after Give them Lala The author removed all photos of her daughter’s father from her Instagram feed and “liked” several posts about cheating. She was later photographed without her engagement ring, further fueling the divided rumors.

While the source told us that Lala “tries to keep everything private”, she talked about the breakup under the section “Give Them Lala” on November 3 and told listeners that she does not “know” what her “future brings”.

Lala continued at the time: “I know what I’ve signed up for. I’m in a reality TV show, but at the moment it’s not about me. It’s about my child, and privacy is the only thing I’m looking for. after, for her sake. ”

The exes met in 2015 while he was in the middle of his divorce from Ambyr Chillesson, with whom he shares daughters London, now 11, and Riley, now 8. Randall and Lala announced their romance in 2018. They got engaged in the fall of that year and welcomed Ocean in March.

The COVID-19 pandemic delayed their wedding, but Randall told it U.S in May 2020 that Lala was not so broken over not being able to tie the knot right away.

“[Lala was] like, ‘Listen to me, take it together, get your ass back at work, we’ll be together for the rest of our lives, it’s not the end of the world’ ” Midnight in Switchgrass director explained at the time. “[She said], ‘I’m okay, you’re okay, we have to do this.’ It was just one of those moments where you think, ‘I got the best partner in the world.’

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