Baby on the brain! Vanderpump Rules star LaLa Kent revealed that she and fiancé Randall Emmett are planning to start a family sooner than later. The starlet has been very open about wanting children and she’ll obviously make an amazing mom.
“Yes, that’s all I want in my whole life is to be a mama,” the 29-year-old gushed during an interview on Monday, April 15, with Jenny McCarthy on her SiriusXM radio show. She assured fans, “I’m meant to be a mom, for sure.”
The couple is still planning their upcoming nuptials and babies will be on the horizon shortly after. The Bravo celebrity explained, “We originally said two years after we get married, but Rand told me that we can start like right after we get married.”
The producer, 48, already has two children from his previous marriage to actress Ambyr Childers — London and Riley. He seems like he adores his little girls and they also get along great with his soon-to-be wife.
As far as their actual wedding plans, LaLa told the blonde actress that she expects to have a date picked by the end of April. As for televising the nuptials, the makeup mogul is against it unless someone “offered a million dollars.” She joked, “They could televise the s–t out of my wedding.”
Until she walks down the aisle, the SUR-ver is focusing on her relationship and her sobriety. “I felt like I was falling into a pattern,” she told Cosmopolitan in December about her decision to quit drinking. “But I am actually, for real now, completely sober. I’ve never been happier. So I know it’s something I’ll have to deal with on a day-to-day basis, but it’s the right decision for me.” At the time the article was published, she was 42 days booze-free.
Her overuse of alcohol had a lot to do with the tragic passing of her father, Kent Burningham, last year. She continued, “Drinking for me was medication instead of celebration. Instead of going and talking to somebody about losing someone extremely important to you, we turn to things to medicate.”
The starlet seems to be doing well and working through things one day at a time.