‘Vanderpump Rules’ star Lala Kent is pregnant with baby No. 2

‘Vanderpump Rules’ star Lala Kent is pregnant with baby No. 2

Lala Kent is expanding her family.

The “Vanderpump Rules” star took to Instagram on Sunday to announce she’s pregnant and expecting her second child.

While sharing a black and white photo of her bare baby bump with 2-year-old daughter Ocean in the frame, the 33-year-old reality TV star wrote, “I’m expanding my pod,” and further revealed there will be a “new addition to my little family.”

The “Vanderpump Rules” star shared the news on Instagram Sunday. lalakent/Instagram She shared a black and white image of her bare baby bump with daughter Ocean in the frame. lala/Instagram

Immediately after seeing the news, Kent’s “Vanderpump Rules” co-stars flocked to the comments section to congratulate the young mom.

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Scheana Shay said, “ITS ALL HAPPENING!!!! Couldn’t be any happier for you. I love you and your family sooooo much!!!”

Series alum Stassi Schroeder added, “I can not wait to meet this baby. I love you,” while newly single Brittany Cartwright wrote, “I’m so happy for you!!!!!!! ❤❤❤ love you guys so much can’t wait to meet this little angel! ❤❤❤.”

Kent first entered motherhood nearly three years ago when she and her ex-fiancé, Randall Emmett, welcomed a baby girl.

This will be the second child for Kent, who shares Ocean with ex-fiancé, Randall Emmett. randallemmettfilms/Instagram “I’m expanding my pod. A @maryruthorganics cheers to a new addition to my little family,” she said on Instagram. randallemmettfilms/Instagram

One month after giving birth, Kent took to social media to reveal she had a difficult pregnancy that involved a health scare.

“At 6 weeks I started bleeding. I went to the emergency room, already knowing what they could tell me,” she wrote in a 2021 Instagram Story.

“They took me into the room for an ultrasound and I laid there quietly… I started to sob and gently asked how I was supposed to know what was going on. [The nurse] stayed silent, and then turned up the monitor where, for the first time, I heard the pitter patter of my baby’s heartbeat. ‘Your baby is still there.’”

One month after giving birth to Ocean, Kent revealed she had a difficult pregnancy. lala/Instagram A health scare even put her on bed rest. scheana/Instagram

“For the next 3 weeks I would continue to randomly bleed and each time I would call my OB and be beside myself. Although bleeding during pregnancy isn’t normal, it is common. My bleeding was the result of a clot. I was put on bed rest until it was gone,” she continued.

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Still, Kent said having a baby was “the most amazing thing to ever happen to” her.

She also spoke about wanting a sibling for Ocean at the “Vanderpump Rules” Season 11 premiere party in January.

Still, she was determined to expand her family. scheana/Instagram Earlier this year she revealed she wanted to give Ocean a sibling. Lala Kent / Instagram

“That is the plan,” she told BravoTV.com at the time.

“And I think [‘Vanderpump Rules’] viewers will see another reason why I’m trying to practice a softer side because that is something that I’m actively thinking about doing and taking the next step… Ocean’s [almost] three, I’d like them to be close in age. She deserves a sibling. So yes, that’s in the cards for me.” 

That same month Kent also revealed that she wanted to use a sperm donor to get pregnant.

She also said she had “secured” a sperm donor to make her dream come true. Lala Kent/Instagram “We’ve got all our ducks in a row,” she said in January. lalakent/Instagram

In an interview with Cosmopolitan, Kent said, “We’ve got all our ducks in a row. The donor is secured, which I’m super excited about.”

“It took a really long time to find the donor because, you know, it’s strange… It’s like you’re shopping for your partner but only to have a child, so there’s a lot that goes into it,” she added.

“But the moment I found this donor, it just spoke to me. He felt like my baby daddy. So that’s where we’re at. The moment I can go forward with the IUI, then we’ll be there.”