Jules Wainstein divorce shocker: her husband Michael filed for divorce!
I still feel like I don’t really “know” Jules Wainstein, but I do like her. I wish we got to see more of her life on Real Housewives of New York though. I feel like the other ladies are just screaming for attention so she gets lost in the shuffle.
And now I’m just totally in shock by the news that her husband Michael Wainstein has filed for divorce. Again, I have to emphasize that we still haven’t really seen a lot about Jules, but she seems like a very devoted wife and mother, so this is very sad news. And it’s such bad timing since she is newly in the spotlight. Now I’m going to be watching these RHONYepisodes looking for signs of strain in the marriage.
“Why do the girls care who I date or what I do with my private life? I’m living my life the way I choose and as long as I don’t harm anyone in the process, I say “chic ce la vie!” Dating is a game and flirting is part of it, but I’ve never tried to steal a man away from his woman. The fact that I have so many great girlfriends is proof that I respect other people’s relationships and that I’m a loyal friend. Sometimes, I think the girls confuse morality with jealousy.” (Ramona would disagree)
Bethenny Frankel is explaining why she’s turned into a chronic bolter this season on The Real Housewives of New York. The reality star took to her blog to give some insight to where her head was at during the insanity of the past few episodes. And she also touches on that whole “dating a married man” thing.
Bethenny starts, “That argument was insane. I meant it all. I am not a slut shamer. I am a hypocrite and dishonesty shamer. Many of you noticed that Luann spelled my name incorrectly on her phone. Perhaps I would have been softer on her or forgiven her if she knew how to spell my name after eight years.” Eric(k)a Jayne feels your pain, Bethenny.
Yeah, I’m just gonna admit it – I didn’t want to write this Real Housewives Of New York recap. I had to rally and force myself, because last night was just so icky, fake, mean, desperate, and scheming. I wish for Carole Radziwill and Bethenny Frankel to take a good, hard, long inventory of their lives before they judge one more person. That display last night was, again, all kinds of hypocrisy and person-shaming, and lady bashing. I don’t care how much they boast about how it was one of the greatest episodes of all time – it wasn’t, in my opinion. So it’s round two of Get Crass With The Countess.
I don’t think Luann is any sort of innocent – she is annoyingly self-righteous, her jumpsuit was sinfully ugly, and I was pissed that she turned supplicant by apologizing to Bethenny after Bethenny’s barrage of insults. Also, I do think Luann likes to shift around the truth of things – like her relationship with Tom – but I don’t think anyone deserves the sort of treatment Bethenny dished out and I think Luann more than held her own in a calm manner, which impressed me.
“If there was anything I would do now that I never would have done when I was younger, it’s a reality show. I could only do it now because I am so grounded in who I am,” explains Carole. “So there’s no fear that I am suddenly going to become this crazy, screaming lunatic.” Well… maybe not the “screaming” part… Or wait – didn’t Carole grab Aviva Drescher on a flight of stairs over #BookGate?
Kyle and her husband Mauricio Umansky were soaking up the sun in the Bahamas during a celebrity golf event (and also celebrating his possible sale of the Playboy Mansion, I’m sure!).
Joanna Krupa attended the 2nd Annual Art for Animals Fundraiser Evening for Eastwood Ranch Foundation.
Also spotted out and about in NYC: Bethenny Frankel and new bestie Carole Radziwill, as well as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West out with their daughter North. Bethenny was also seen apartment hunting with her new beau and Million Dollar Listing New York’s Fredrik Eklund.
Last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York has been the hot topic of conversation all over the reality realm since it aired and Dorinda Medley is finally weighing in on her Christmas slumber party from hell. She gives her opinion on the “crucifixion of the countess” and says that Bethenny Frankel was mean and inappropriate.
Dorinda starts off, “Boy oh boy, what an episode right?! Here I am thinking I’m going to have a beautiful weekend, and I mean #BeautifulWeekend, away from some of the chaos and madness we’ve been dealing with in the city, only to find the Berkshires went BERSERKSHIRES on us!”
With each passing week, I like Jules Wainstein more and more. I initially thought she’d be boring and vapid and care too much about the veterans’ opinions to voice her own. Sure, she may place a little extra emphasis on how much a stay at home mom needs a nanny, but she’s got a good sense of humor seems to know how to act right…a rare trait in this bunch.