Bethenny Frankel has enjoyed filming this last season of The Real Housewives of New York, and she truly enjoys being back on the small screen. As Frankel reveals, it has been a rollercoaster of events, and she often cried during the first half of the season. Now, she is healing and moving on. And while Bethenny herself managed to stay out of the serious drama, she does think that some friendships are damaged beyond repair.
Bethenny Frankel was furious when she learned that Ramona Singer had accused her of cheating on her first husband. In addition, Frankel was shocked that Ramona had stolen her dress and never given it back to her. But these are things that Bethenny can move on from.
According to a new Bravo report, Bethenny Frankel is now revealing that many issues can be solved, including her feud with Ramona Singer, but adds that some things are beyond repair. In fact, Bethenny is referring to the feud between Carole Radziwill and Luann de Lesseps. Even though Carole is happy dating Luann’s personal chef, Luann can’t be happy for her. And the damage is beyond repair in this friendship.
“The damage with Luann and Carole runs deep and will never be fully repaired. I am friendly with both of them and Ramona, so I think I will have the unenviable task of getting them together. In addition, it has been an interesting summer,” Bethenny Frankel reveals about the friendship, which has been rehashed a few times on the reunion show.
Dorinda Medley was a new housewife this season. And while she did have her moments, breakdowns, and screaming matches, Bethenny feels that she was skirting through this season.
“She is very dramatic in a different kind of way that I like. Dorinda was playing a little bit of an innocent game, so she definitely had to be checked. She will party with the best of us, but Season 1 is a time to coast as a new Housewife. We let her slide. We had bigger fish to fry,” Bethenny Frankel points out.
Frankel has been working on herself and she feels that she has healed after her divorce drama. It is no secret that her divorce was tough on her.
“I’m pretty healed and happy, and Luann and Ramona are at turning points in their lives. I’m really trying to have compassion for them and be there for them. I actually am a great shrink—just not for myself I reckon,” Bethenny Frankel reveals about her own life.
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