Vanderpump rules star Lala Kent posted a cryptic message about “making mistakes” on Sunday, July 26, after removing photos of fiancé Randall Emmett from Instagram.
“Dear God, it is I who has made my life a mess. I did it, but I can’t undo it, ’29-year-old Bravo wrote in an Instagram story. “My mistakes are mine and I will start a searching and fearless moral inventory. I will write down my mistakes, but I will also record what is right. I pray for the strength to complete the task. ‘
Her message came after she removed photos of the film producer and director from her social media account and stopped following him.
On Sunday afternoon, Emmett posted videos of Kent and his daughters, London and Rylee, which he shares with his ex-wife, Ambyr Childers, as well as a photo of the trio on Instagram. “Family,” captioned the photo of Kent lying on a bed with his children. “Happy time together.”
Kent’s actions came two days after she posted on Friday, July 24 about her struggles with substance abuse.
“It’s been a while since I posted anything about sobriety,” she wrote. “I think it is important to say that this is a disease that can only be diagnosed by itself. Nobody made me sober … I sobered up. I chose to work hard every day to not get a drink. If I feel weak, I call my sponsor. I go to meetings (sign them now) to keep my mood high and remember why I made this life-changing choice. ”
She also explained how she deals with seeing people around her struggling with the same problems.
“I often see addiction in front of me, but it’s not my job to speak about it, nor is it my job to judge,” she wrote. “My job is to pray for them and take a moment of silence for the alcoholic who is still suffering. And when someone comes to me for help, I offer my ear and knowledge and point them in the direction that was directed to me. # 1year9 months2 days. “
The reality TV star, who was engaged to Emmett in September 2018, was last portrayed with her fiancé in Puerto Rico, where he is directing his first movie, Midnight in the Switchgrass, with Megan Fox and Machine gun Kelly.
On Monday, July 20, the model posted a photo of a new tattoo to her Instagram story, with the word ‘Edge’ on her right arm.
The couple planned to get married on April 18, but were forced to delay their marriage due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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