After six seasons on The Real Housewives of New York City, Carole Radziwill exited the show at the conclusion of Season 10 on the heels of a friendship-ending feud with BFF Bethenny Frankel.
However, following Queen B’s last-minute departure from the series ahead of filming for Season 12, many fans began to wonder if there was now an opening for Carole to get her golden apple back. In a new interview, RHONY‘s resident Writer Girl opened up about her potential return to the series and whether her reasons have anything to do with Bethenny.
Who would have thought that Carole Radiziwill setting Tinsley Mortimer up for an on-camera date for
a storyline Real Housewives of New York would result in an engagement? Of course, the story isn’t that simple.
Tinsley and Scott Kluth broke up more times than I can count. They struggled to maintain a long-distance relationship with Scott living in Chicago while Tinsley films RHONY in the Big Apple. Tinsley spent seasons talking about how she wants to get engaged and have a baby and now she finally has that rock. I’m sure her mother Dale Mercer is thrilled, but what does Carole Radiziwill think about the engagement?
BravoCon was a dream come true with so many Bravolebrities in New York City. While that many Bravo stars won’t be in the same building until BravoCon 2020, the cast members from different shows do get together from time to time.
Plenty of Real Housewives and Vanderpump Rules stars attended the 2019 Daily Mail holiday party in the Big Apple.
Real Housewives of New York star Tinsley Mortimer has been off-and on-again
a million many times with Coupon King Scott Kluth. After spending about a year apart, the duo once again decided to give it another try in October. Again.
RHONY viewers know that all Tinsley wants is a wealthy husband who is ready to fertilize her frozen eggs. Tinsley really wants to be a mom. But given all the drama in this relationship, who would have bet that Scott would commit to Tinsley? Complicating matters is the fact that Scott lives in Chicago, and Tinsley is a New York Housewife.
Even though I like Kristen Taekman, she didn’t exactly make her mark on Real Housewives of New York. Other than facing Ramona Singer’s wrath for getting her hair wet, Kristen was just, well, there. In all honesty, she was just too normal for reality TV.
I thought things might get interesting when her husband Josh Taekman was implicated in the Ashley Madison scandal. In case anyone forgot, Ashley Madison is a dating site for people looking to have affairs. Josh was a member of that website. That news broke right after Kristen wrapped up her final season. I thought it was enough for her to get another season, but she moved on. Or she was fired. I have no idea.
Well, she actually could have returned to the show last season. Apparently, Bethenny Frankel asked Kristen to film. Who had any idea that these two were friends? I didn’t, but I would have loved to see if Kristen could make a bigger impact the second time around. Plus, she would be a way better “Friend of the Housewives” than Barbara Kavovit was. The RHONY ladies just didn’t give Barbara a chance.. and neither did the viewers.
This is very interesting. As Real Housewives of New York devotees know, all Tinsley Mortimer really wants is to be a wife. A rich wife. But keep in mind, Tinsley’s wallet isn’t exactly empty on her own. The
always crying emotional reality star has a rep of being unlucky in love, with a mugshot to prove it. After a failed marriage and an abusive ex-boyfriend, viewers watched as Tinsley trolled New York society for a man worthy of fertilizing her frozen embryos.
Former RHONY alum, Carole Radziwill introduced Tins to coupon king, Scott Kluth. The two shared an on/off relationship
during filming, but couldn’t seem to jump the hurdle of actually staying together. A long distance relationship was to blame, and Tinsley found herself under the microscope of co-stars Dorinda Medley and Sonja Morgan, questioning Tinsley’s motives and her bank account. Scott appears to be back in the picture just in time, as cameras capture the show’s 12th season. Rumor has it, Tinsley has jumped ship in the name of love.
If there’s one thing Jules Wainstein is remembered for from her single season on The Real Housewives of New York City, it’s the awareness she brought to eating disorders by sharing her own lifelong struggle with one.
In a new interview, the RHONY one-season wonder is looking back on her decision to open up about her battle with bulimia, how it was received by her fellow Housewives and the impact her story had on fans watching the show.
It’s safe to say Jules Wainstein and Carole Radziwill were not pals during their time as cast mates on The Real Housewives of New York City.
However, it’s been years since the two butted heads in front of Bravo’s cameras. In a new interview, Jules is finally speaking out about what she thought of Carole while she was a Housewife and, perhaps more surprisingly, how her opinion of Writer Girl changed after leaving the show.