Luann de Lesseps is not cool with whom Carole Radziwill has chosen to hook up. The Real Housewives of New York star says her cast mate should stick to Tinder instead of scavenging for dates in a friend’s kitchen.
During filming of Tuesday’s episode of the Real Housewives of New York, Luann was still in the dark in regards to Carole having hooked up with Adam, de Lesseps’ personal chef. Of course, Luann has been enlightened to the relationship since then, and during the airing of this week’s episode, she took to Twitter to put her RHONY co-star on blast, as the Inquisitr previously reported.
Starting a Twitter feud was not enough for the Countess, however. On her Bravo blog published Wednesday, Luann de Lesseps let the world, and Carole Radziwill, know again that she is not happy with a friend who hooks up with her staff.
“I had no idea that Carole, ever-so-single and ready to mingle, would start mingling with my chef, who happens to be my niece’s recent ex-boyfriend and my son’s friend. I had no idea I’d have to keep an eye on a close friend, whom I would assume would know better than to pick up my staff. There’s a certain level of discretion and respect that we women should maintain for our inner circles, especially when there’s close family involved.”
As Us Weekly reports, during Tuesday’s episode, Carole Radziwill made it a point to keep Luann de Lesseps in the dark, not about her latest tryst with a younger man, but who exactly the man is. The Countess says that is because her co-star knew hooking up with a friend’s staff was just not cool.
“Obviously, she knew she was in the wrong; this is why she struggled for so long on how to tell me. It seems everyone else, including Heather, knew about it. (And Heather even knows my niece, which was just a tad more insulting than I expected from her, too.) Ultimately, it was sneaky, disrespectful, and uncool.”
Luann de Lesseps is adamant that her friend has crossed a line and that maybe Carole should look elsewhere for men.
“I’m fiercely loyal to my friends and devoted to my family, and when anyone crosses that line, I defend it to the fullest. Carole should stick to good ol’ fashioned Tinder and not scavenge for dates in my kitchen. Cool? OK.”
The Real Housewives of New York airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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