Time to pour one out for Lala Kent and Randall Emmett's romance—because the couple has split.
Three years after getting engaged, the 31-year-old Vanderpump Rules star has broken up with the 50-year-old producer, a source confirms to E! News. "Lala is done," the insider shares. "They've been fighting since the beginning of the pandemic."
The source says she is focusing on daughter Ocean, who "is her whole world."
E! News has reached out to their reps for comment.
Speculation of a possible split recently arose when fans noticed almost all photos of Randall had been wiped from Lala's Instagram feed. She also liked a photo on Instagram edited to look like Lisa Rinna holding up a gun in Randall's direction. "All of us if Rand cheated on Lala," the photo read. They do not currently follow each other on the platform.
After Randall finalized his divorce from Ambyr Childers, he and Lala went public in early 2018 and got engaged that September. "Last night was the best night of my entire life," she wrote on Instagram after his proposal. "I got engaged to the man of my dreams. I get to call this amazing human my fiancé! An engagement last night, my birthday today, and every sign my dad could possibly send me to let me know he's here. I'm the happiest girl in the world."
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the two announced in September 2020 that they were expecting their first child together and in March, their daughter Ocean was born. Randall announced on Instagram, "She's healthy, beautiful, and perfect like her mother!"
During a recent interview with E! News, Lala weighed in on when fans could expect for them to finally tie the knot.
"I feel like we have a baby and we're stuck together," she said at Travel & Give's fundraiser on Oct. 11. "We'll get around to the wedding. I'm hoping 2022."
"I totally believe in marriage," she continued, "so I'm like, 'What is this where we don't need a piece of paper?' I want to have this big, grand celebration and I want my guests to feel safe so that's the priority. It's not time sensitive. Let's get everyone feeling like they can come and enjoy themselves without worrying about their health and then we'll make it happen."
Now, it sounds like that day isn't coming after all.
Page Six was first to report the news of their breakup.
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