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Lala Kent on How Sex Is 'Different' Before and After Giving Birth to Baby Ocean: 'I Feel Weird'

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Lala Kent has some hang-ups about sex after becoming a mom.

The Vanderpump Rules star, 30, answered fan questions on her Instagram Story this week, including a few who were curious about Kent's sex life with fiancé Randall Emmett. The couple welcomed baby daughter Ocean on March 15, and Kent says while she was pregnant, sex wasn't on their mind.

"We only did it twice. Because I was put on bed rest a few times, then her head was RIGHT THERE. We both had no interest," she wrote with a laughing emoji after a user asked, "How was sex while u were pregnant towards the end?"

Another follower inquired about postpartum sex. Kent says, "It's different! I feel weird doing it with this face sleeping next to us..." while sharing a photo of the infant smiling for the camera.

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During an Amazon Live conversation last month, the Give Them Lala author told Real Housewives of Potomac star Gizelle Bryant that Emmett is eager to have another baby ASAP.

"I love that you asked that, because I thought I was gonna have to fight so hard to get baby No. 2. Randall, two days ago, was like, 'I think I'm ready to start trying again,' " she said at the time. "I was like, 'I'm still trying to get my bounce-back bod on!' I am not about to get pregnant again!"

Also in her Instagram Story Q&A this week, Kent says she wants one more baby at some point, noting that it took her and Emmett two months to conceive Ocean, having sex daily, "sometimes twice" a day, she recalls.

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Kent told Entertainment Tonight last month that she has a newfound appreciation for mothers after becoming a parent herself.

"I'm strong in a way that I really didn't think that I was. I used to see moms and be like, 'Oh, that's so cute. They're a mom...' and now I have a different respect for them," she said at the time. "And I can't believe that I embody the things that moms are supposed to. You just kind of sink into it. And I didn't think that I had that in me."

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