Lala Kent isn't exactly on the fast-track when it comes to her upcoming wedding to movie producer Randall Emmett. In fact, the "Vanderpump Rules" cast member, beauty mogul, and actress is in no hurry at all when it comes to tying the knot and has barely done a thing to prepare for her big day.

During a November 29 interview with Us Weekly magazine, Kent opened up about the wedding planning process, admitting that she hasn't decided on a dress, or much else, quite yet. “Which way will Lala go? Will she be classic or will she be gangster?" Kent asked.

"You never know," she replied. "Maybe both. Gangster-chic.”

According to Lala Kent, she's the worst bride-to-be ever and hasn't done anything in regard to her wedding except for scrolling through Instagram and liking different styles of wedding dresses. As for the other important aspects of her big day, including the wedding date, she hasn't thought about much but said she's shooting for a 2020 wedding.

Lala Kent kept Randall Emmett secret for two years

After striking up a romance with Emmett in early 2018, Kent attempted to keep their relationship out of the spotlight but after facing years of sugar daddy rumors, she finally confirmed they were together on New Year's Eve of last year and has been sharing images of the two of them together ever since.

Looking back on her secretive behavior, Kent now says it "was kind of fun for a while" to keep her romance with Emmett on the down-low.

When asked about what she'll be sharing in regard to her wedding plans on the show, Kent confirmed she is completely open to chronicling the process for the cameras during a future season of the show.

Randall Emmett does not have a role on Vanderpump Rules

While Randall Emmett won't be making any guest appearances on the seventh season of "Vanderpump Rules," he and Lala Kent did recently appear together on television for the first time in Bravo TV's "Flipping Out." In their episode, Emmett and Kent welcomed cameras, and Jeff Lewis, into their Los Angeles home for a renovation on their main living area and kitchen.

Speaking of the episode during her interview with Us Weekly magazine, Kent said it was nice to show fans a different look at her life outside of what they see on "Vanderpump Rules." ‘It was pretty refreshing for both of us," Kent said, adding that she hoped viewers felt the same about getting a glimpse of her life at home with Emmett.

To see more of Lala Kent and her co-stars, don't miss the upcoming premiere of the seventh season of "Vanderpump Rules," which airs this Monday night, December 3 at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.