Lala Kent is erasing any trace of her former fiancé.
The Vanderpump Rules star, 31, recently broke off her 3-year engagement with Randall Emmett, 50 — and she has the new ink to prove it.
Kent originally debuted her “Rand” tattoo in honor of her ex-fiancé in July 2020, after previously revealing her “very first tattoo ever” was of Emmett’s initials, per UsWeekly.
Now, the Give Them Lala author is flaunting her brand new ink to cover up the memories of her past.
On Thursday, November 18, Kent posed for a series of photos, posted to her Instagram page, to promote an eyewear collaboration, showing off the modified tattoo on her arm. The letters that once spelled “Rand” have been changed to read, “bRand new.”
The estranged pair — who originally announced their engagement in September 2018 — welcomed their 7-month-old daughter Ocean earlier this year. Breakup rumors began circulating last month following speculation that Emmett was cheating on the TV personality.
A source previously confirmed the former flames had called things off, telling Us Weekly: “Randall did not want to split but it was Lala’s decision. The trust is gone."
“He’s been trying to win her back,” the source continued. “He’s constantly posting about Ocean in hopes of getting Lala’s attention and putting on the ‘I’m a good father’ act.”
Kent has since explained she is solely focusing on her child for the time being, and that she is even trying to be grateful for Emmett because of their shared little one.
“For me, I look at it and I’m like, ‘I would never have Ocean,” she said on her podcast last week. “This independence that I have wouldn’t be here.”
The Bravo star gave her former flame the boot from her podcast “Give Them Lala...with Randall,” although an official name change has yet to be announced.
The mom-of-one also revealed she's not yet ready to publicly hash out the details of her split, even though she did previously acknowledge the situation on her podcast earlier this month.
“I’m sure everyone knows what is going on between Randall and myself and just in my personal life,” she said at the time. “There will be a time where I feel comfortable enough to open up and share. Today is definitely not that day.”