Bethenny Frankel reveals which “housewives” she talks to

Bethenny Frankel.

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Bethenny Frankel in 2022.

Even though Bethenny Frankel isn’t a Real Housewives star anymore, that doesn’t mean she can’t still keep up with them.

During a recent Interview with decision maker Frankel, who was released on Dec. 14, revealed which of her Real Housewives of New York co-stars she’s still in touch with and how her relationship with them is today.

“It’s so funny Sonia [Morgan] texted me yesterday,” Frankel told the outlet. “I think she has a softness because of our daughters, and we’ve always loved, respected and liked each other. Dorinda [Medley] wrote me afterwards See what’s happening liveTo say I hope you come back, which I always say, is very gracious and flattering. It just means they aren’t bitter and say we really hope you’ll come back. And I find that flattering and nice.”

Frankel continued, “I’m speaking to Andy [Cohen], I’m writing him. ramona [Singer] texted me asking for business advice. So this is new and different, and I’m always open to business advice. And then I kind of have an Instagram-esque, TikTok-esque relationship with someone else housewives I’ve never met.”

Frankel was a cast member on The Real Housewives of New York for seasons 1-3 and then returned for seasons 7-11. She recently started a new podcast recaping old episodes of The Real Housewives, which she dubbed “ReWives.”


Bethenny Frankel has no plans to return to The Real Housewives of New York

It doesn’t look like Frankel will be returning for the new legacy reboot of Real Housewives of New York. During an April 2022 episode of her Just B podcast, Frankel said she didn’t find the new spin-off “appealing.”

“It’s not something that appeals to me, it seems like a hodgepodge when they’ve already mixed up a few series of hodgepodge of everyone, so this is a hodgepodge of people who used to be in a town,” Frankel said during an episode their April 1 podcast, only B about the new series. “It’s a little unclear and confusing for me.”

Frankel added, “Listen, I think they’re smart to keep coming back to the well and keep finding new ways to make things. This is a show from when we did it and we didn’t have glam teams and we didn’t have big budgets and we just had great conversation and freshness, it was a different show.

In March 2022, Andy Cohen announced diversity that the “Real Housewives of New York” would look a little different next year. The franchise will be split into two shows, one featuring an all-new cast of women and one featuring veteran cast members such as Luann de Lesseps and Sonja Morgan.


Andy Cohen is looking forward to the new RHONY spinoff

Even though Frankel won’t be returning, Andy Cohen is still excited for the new Real Housewives of New York reboots to come.

“I think our plan is actually brilliant because we’re allowing people to not just get a whole new reboot of The real housewives of New Yorkwhere, outside of this little stamp area on the Upper East Side, we’ll be telling new stories from these women we’ve followed for so many years,” Cohen said people during an interview at BravoCon 2022.

Cohen continued, “But we’ll still be able to be with the women we love, no matter what the name of the legacy show is. And so I think it’s the best of all possible worlds for RHONY fans.”

CONTINUE READING: Lisa Rinna talks about her future on RHOBH

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