‘Vanderpump Rules’: Why Was Jax and Brittany’s Wedding so Tough for Lala Kent?

by Jeremy Spirogis
Lala Kent and producer Randall Emmett

Lala Kent from Vanderpump Rules not too long ago introduced that she needed to put her wedding ceremony to Randall Emmett on maintain because of the pandemic.

While she was scuffling with having to reschedule her nuptials, her coronary heart can also be heavy realizing that her beloved father gained’t be capable to stroll her down the aisle. Kent’s father died in 2018 and she or he shared many uncooked moments coping with her grief on the present.

Lala Kent and producer Randall Emmett
Lala Kent and producer Randall Emmett |George Pimentel/Getty Images

She acquired actual with producers in the course of the Vanderpump Rules After Show when she was requested about seeing the father-daughter dance at Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor’s wedding ceremony.

She was overwhelmed with emotion

During the father-daughter dance, Emmett leans over to ask Kent if she is coping with the second as she tears up. “Whenever I see anybody who has their dad, I get very jealous,” she admits. “So when I was watching all of that. Her dad walking her down the aisle, I just f**king lost it because those are the things I’ve been talking to my wedding planner about.”

She wonders who will stroll her down the aisle and what’s going to she do for the father-daughter dance. “Even though it’s almost been two years since he passed away, it feels like it was yesterday,” she says. “Still right now. Like I feel like we haven’t skipped a beat.”

Kent tries to proceed to speak however is overcome with emotion. She’s seated with Katie Maloney-Schwartz and Stassi Schroeder. Maloney-Schwartz leans over to provide Kent a young pat. “I just get jealous,” Kent says choking again her tears.

She struggles to check her wedding ceremony with out her father

Just pondering of her wedding ceremony date with out her dad is troublesome for Kent. “And not having him there and not being able to call him when I got engaged, it was just tough,” she says.

“One of these days I’m going to be able to talk about him and not sob,” she says as she dries her eyes with a tissue. A producer notes that Kent and her father had a extremely particular relationship. “Yeah, we did,” she says smiling.

“You know, I brought home dudes with f**king tattoos on their face, full gold grills,” she recollects. “They’d walk through the door and the first thing my dad would ask is like, ‘Can I get you a drink? Come on in, sit down.’ Like that’s just the type of dude that he was.”

Kent fondly remembers her dad

She provides that Emmett was actually nervous to satisfy her dad and mom. “Because of our age difference,” she says. “The second he met them, they were so welcoming. Rand and my dad, they just had a very sweet relationship.”

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People have slammed us. Our age distinction, seems to be, how we got here to be, all of it. To my candy Rand. You are really one among a form. You are the kindest soul I’ve ever identified. When we met, I felt one thing that most individuals solely think about. You symbolize what a person in a relationship is meant to be. You have by no means made me really feel lower than. You have all the time handled me as your equal. Made me really feel stunning, Accepted my flaws, and constructed me up. To those that have doubted us, put us down, or supported us and lifted us- I hope everybody experiences a love like we’ve got. We all deserve it. Thank you, Mr. Emmett. I’m honored to be your accomplice.

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“My dad, I remember, I grew up looking at DuPont registry with my dad. He taught me about all of these jets,” she continues. “That the Rolls Royce was the coolest and nicest car that he wanted one day. Now my fiance, or boyfriend then. Had those things. So my dad would talk to him about those things. And the movie business. Randall and my dad had the best relationship. And my dad thought the world of Randall.”

Vanderpump Rules airs Tuesday evening at 9/8c on Bravo.

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