The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ star and the ‘Midnight in the Switchgrass’ director called off their 3-year engagement in October after he reportedly cheated on her in Nashville.
AceShowbiz -It’s rebranding. Lala Kent is apparently determined to put her romance with Randall Emmett in the past. Following her split from the film producer, the “Vanderpump Rules” star has decided to alter her “Rand” tattoo.
On Thursday, November 18, the Bravo personality shared on Instagram a picture of her promoting her eyewear collaboration with Dime. “I hope you guys are as into my eyewear collab with Dime, as I am. I wanted to create something that was chic and affordable. These are my OCEAN frames in tortoise- I can’t get enough of them!” so she wrote in the caption.
Fans, however, were more interested in Lala’s tattoo on her arm. Instead of “Rand”, the tattoo now reads, “bRand New.” A follower wrote in the comment section, “Did you change your tattoo from rand to brand new.” Another fan addded, “Peep the tattoo. I’m f**king obsessed. Queen.” Another user gushed, “Loving the new tattoo,” while some others left the hashtag #bRandnew.
Lala and Randall called off their 3-year engagement in October after the film producer reportedly cheated on her in Nashville. “Randall always lives a double life,” a source told Page Six. “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.”
Randall’s lawyer Benjamin Valencia II revealed that the former couple continues sharing co-parenting duties over their baby girl, Ocean. “They’re both focusing on Ocean and they’re working together on co-parenting,” the lawyer said. “Randall has absolutely been co-parenting with Lala since the split.”
However, another source claimed that it was the TV personality who had been “predominantly taking care of Ocean” after the split. “There isn’t much coparenting going on at the moment,” the insider noted. “She’s a full-on single mom taking care of Ocean, at least for now until they have a co-parenting schedule in place.”
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