As the Vanderpump Rules star, 32, continues to publicly discuss her sex life with the unnamed man, her former partner, 51, is feeling “happy” to see that the mother of his youngest daughter, 19-month-old Ocean Kent Emmett, has moved on, and he hopes it will mean she’ll be talking about him less.
“Randall is happy Lala is having other relationships,” Randall’s rep told Us Weekly on October 20. “He hopes this will help her move on with her life and find peace.”
Earlier this month, while appearing on Jeff Lewis Live, Lala said she “might be in love with someone,” who she said was “perfect” at 38 years old.
“His face doesn’t match what comes out of his mouth. He’s a unicorn,” she gushed. “I’m going to have to have his babies or something.”
And after hearing about the new relationship, Randall is hoping to take a step back from the headlines he’s often seen in due to Lala, who accused him just last week of cheating on her with a masseuse amid their gender reveal.
“What the f-ck? Who does that, you crazy, sick motherf-cker?” Lala wondered on the Sofia With an F podcast.
“Maybe now she can stop talking about him every opportunity she gets,” Randall’s rep said in response.
Speaking to Us Weekly at BravoCon, Lala said fans “won’t see me, like, dating” on season 10. But, she explained, they will be getting a glimpse of “the first boy I slept with since my last relationship.”
In addition to not seeing Lala’s new man on season 10, Pump Rules fans will also not be seeing her daughter.
In a statement to Reality Blurb in September, Randall’s rep confirmed he took legal steps to ensure his child would not be exposed to the cameras.
“Randall felt being a storyline on a reality show was not in the best interest of his child and continues to put her wellbeing and privacy first and foremost,” the rep said in a statement.
Vanderpump Rules season 10 is expected to premiere on Bravo sometime later this year or early next year.
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