Lala Kent Gets Emotional When Reflecting on Difficult ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Season


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Lala Kent is saying goodbye to season 11 of Vanderpump Rules with a variety of emotions. After the 3-part reunion show finished airing, Lala, 33, reflected on her experience filming the show.

Vanderpump Rules season 11 has officially wrapped. It is bittersweet. Filming this season was bittersweet,” she said on the Wednesday, May 29, episode of her “Give Them Lala” podcast. “Reliving it was — in my opinion — one of the most difficult things or difficult seasons that I’ve ever had. It’s more difficult than filming the season when my dad had passed away.”

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While Lala typically uses her podcast to discuss the show, she took a different approach this season after she saw comments on social media criticizing her role as a mother. (She shares 3-year-old daughter Ocean with ex Randall Emmett.)

“I don’t show Ocean on the show. I’m very protective of motherhood and Ocean and the bond that we have,” Lala explained while holding back tears. “She’s a very, very special child and she’s always going to have the most sacred soft space in my heart because of what we went through together when she was seven months old.”

In October 2021, Lala and Randall called off their engagement. After their breakup, Randall expressed his wish to have their child not be filmed for Bravo.

“Originally, me not being able to have her on the show was not my choice,” Lala explained. “Two parents have to sign off on a child’s appearance on TV and the other side was not about it. And I felt like that was okay because I got to hold this part of my life so close to my heart.”

She continued, “Then I see this season people really coming at me as a mother. Something they really know nothing about. I didn’t feel like that was fair game.”

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Lala Kent is saying goodbye to season 11 of Vanderpump Rules with a variety of emotions. After the 3-part reunion show finished airing, Lala, 33, reflected on her experience filming the show.

Vanderpump Rules season 11 has officially wrapped. It is bittersweet. Filming this season was bittersweet,” she said on the Wednesday, May 29, episode of her “Give Them Lala” podcast. “Reliving it was — in my opinion — one of the most difficult things or difficult seasons that I’ve ever had. It’s more difficult than filming the season when my dad had passed away.”

While Lala typically uses her podcast to discuss the show, she took a different approach this season after she saw comments on social media criticizing her role as a mother. (She shares 3-year-old daughter Ocean with ex Randall Emmett.)

“I don’t show Ocean on the show. I’m very protective of motherhood and Ocean and the bond that we have,” Lala explained while holding back tears. “She’s a very, very special child and she’s always going to have the most sacred soft space in my heart because of what we went through together when she was seven months old.”

In October 2021, Lala and Randall called off their engagement. After their breakup, Randall expressed his wish to have their child not be filmed for Bravo.

“Originally, me not being able to have her on the show was not my choice,” Lala explained. “Two parents have to sign off on a child’s appearance on TV and the other side was not about it. And I felt like that was okay because I got to hold this part of my life so close to my heart.”

She continued, “Then I see this season people really coming at me as a mother. Something they really know nothing about. I didn’t feel like that was fair game.”

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