As Kent and Emmett prepare to tie the knot in April of this year, the Vanderpump Rules couple questioned their podcast guest about what would change once they got married. In response, Maloney compared the idea of marriage to the process of an iPhone update.
“You get married and then the iOS update happens. It’s still the same phone but it’s like… there’s some new features and maybe it runs a little faster. The bugs have maybe been worked out,” she explained.
According to Maloney, marriage also feels a little more permanent than a dating relationship and when it comes to the doubts and questions, she told Kent and Emmett that they go away as one begins to accept that they have found their “person for life.” She also said that marriage is exciting because it feels like one’s life is just starting.
After learning what Maloney had to say about marriage and the way that a partnership changes after “I do,” Kent recalled a sweet moment between herself and her husband, Tom Schwartz, that occurred during a recent couples’ trip to Florida, where Emmett is from.
“Schwartzie said something so cute when we went to Florida for New Years’. You guys were in a tiff. Randall and I had already had our tiff and it was you guys’ turn,” Kent began.
As she continued, Kent revealed that while Maloney was attempting to calm Emmett down from the tiff earlier in the trip, she went to talk to Schwartz. He seemed very calm, cool, and collected about what had gone down between him and Maloney on the trip, saying that their argument would be no big deal in the long run because they had been together for over a decade.
As The Inquisitr recently reported, Jax Taylor opened up to the Bravo Insider days ago about Maloney and Schwartz’s relationship and said that he loves seeing the two of them together. While he expressed doubt in the longevity of the relationships of several of his other Vanderpump Rules castmates — including Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix and James Kennedy and Raquel Leviss — Taylor said Maloney was a “firecracker” as he applauded his longtime friend Schwartz as “the most easy-going guy in the world.”