It’s over for Lala Kent and Randall Emmett.
The “Vanderpump Rules” star left her fiancé and is staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel with their 7-month-old daughter, Ocean, after the movie producer allegedly cheated on her in Nashville, a source exclusively confirmed to Page Six.
“Randall always lives a double life,” our 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.”
Reps for the former couple didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.
Kent, 31, and Emmett, 50, sparked breakup rumors Sunday night when she either archived or deleted him from her Instagram page and also “liked” a post on Instagram about him allegedly cheating on her.
Videos and pictures of what appeared to be Emmett in Nashville with two women recently spread on Instagram and Twitter.
She also shared a video of two friends helping her move into the hotel and had Beyoncé’s “Sorry” play ing in the background with the lyrics, “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.”
The “Give Them Lala” author and Emmett got engaged in 2018 while celebrating her birthday in Mexico.
This would have been Kent’s first marriage and Emmett’s second. He and ex-wife Ambyr Childers — the mother of his older children, London and Rylee — finalized their divorce in December 2017.
Just last week, the Bravolebrity revealed the custom Pronovias wedding dress she was meant to wear to their nuptials, which never took place because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The two were open about their struggles during quarantine and seemed to put their wedding plans on hold indefinitely.
“Well Randall and I have almost broken up about a dozen times, so, you know you, this is definitely a test for people’s relationships,” she said in May 2020, just three months before their rescheduled wedding, “but it’s so crazy because you know you sit there and you start bickering about little things and you start overanalyzing everything.”