The film producer proposed to the Vanderpump Rules star in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in September 2018.
“I can’t stop calling him my fiancé,” Kent gushed to Us Weekly after the proposal. “My face hurts from smiling! I just can’t believe I get to have this man forever. I’m the luckiest girl in the world.”
A source told Us at the time that Kent had “no idea” that Emmett was about to pop the question.
“Randall is the most incredible human in the world. Like, I have to pinch myself that he’s mine because I’m like, ‘What did I do right in my short lifetime to get someone who supports everything I do, even when I may mess up?’” the SUR hostess gushed to Us about her fiancé in February 2019. “He’s totally there to pick me up and get me back on my feet.”
Kent added at the time that Emmett wants the wedding to be a “huge event.”
“He wants [the wedding] to be extravagant, so we, like, sometimes battle it out,” she told Us at the time. “He wants chicken crunch from Planet Hollywood, and I’m like, ‘That’s gonna have to be a negotiation because I don’t know about that.’”
Emmett was previously married to actress Ambyr Childers. They share two daughters: London and Rylee.
“I’m, like, my life is very different than what it used to be, but I’m obsessed. I’m obsessed with them,” Kent told Us about being a stepmother in December 2018. “I love it so much.”
While the twosome were set to wed in April 2020, they were forced to postpone their big day amid the coronavirus pandemic. Emmett shared a sweet tribute to Kent on what would have been their wedding day.
“This was the most magical night of my life when I asked you to be my wife,” he wrote via Instagram. “Today was the day we were supposed to get married. COVID had other plans for us. I want you to know Lala your [sic] the love of my life and I can’t wait to become your husband in July! I love you to the moon and back! You always have been and always will be my everything.”
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