Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent devastated as she posts an emotional tribute to her dad after his death
Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent announced the death of her father and how much his death has impacted her.
Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent's father passed away and she is devastated. The 28-year-old announced that her father had passed away earlier in the week. She shared a silly Snapchat video of the two of them sharing a car ride together and laughing at funny filters.
She uploaded the post along with a caption that read, "Rest in paradise, my sweet dad. The world seems to be spinning much slower. I’ve never felt so lost. I’ve never felt so sad. My world has crumbled." The team at BravoTV also sent their condolences to Lala Kent on Twitter.
A source told Page Six, "He passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. They’re not sure if it was a stroke yet. He passed away in his sleep." Lala plans to commemorate his life by "setting up a fund in his name for the Humane Society of Utah." Kent is originally from Utah and has shared how she has always had the support of her family despite her wild moments on the show.
When the Monday evenings episode of Pump Rules aired, Lala Kent's co-star, Kristen Doute tweeted, "proud of you for slaying that stage on tonight's episode, @lala_kent. Your amazing pops is going to be looking down. I'm so humbled to have spent time with him. love you, baby girl."
Earlier in March, Lala had uploaded a tweet which expressed how grateful she was that her father was coming home. She wrote, "Today I feel happy. I feel blessed. I feel grateful. Welcome home, dad. You're my champion."
Lala's parents had been married for 35 years and their commitment and love made a huge difference to the 'Vanderpump Rules' star and her opinion of marriage.
In the year 2015, she told Heavy, "I take marriage seriously. My parents have been together for 35 years, through thick and thin. I haven’t ever been married, but I still hold that title sacred. I grew up in a very open home. We talked about literally everything — we still do, which sometimes my dad is like, okay I don’t need to know EVERYTHING! My family is extremely close. I don't have family in Utah except for immediate family so it is kind of like, we all we got," she continued.